"I realized it wasn't that he was not wanted, it was that he was waiting for us."
Teens urged to diet do the same to their own children, study finds
"When you have three kids in college it is a huge treat to have everyone home at the same time."
"Last October my middle son was born. Then on May 5 of this year, he graduated from college. Today I’m trying to figure out how time works."
The FDA is calling teen vaping an 'epidemic' and is considering a ban on all flavored e-cigarettes. Here's what you need to know.
"One day, around the holidays, usually on one of the coldest days of the year, my kids excitedly proclaim, 'It’s Pajama Day!'"
"Something is going to happen to our daughters, and we have no excuse for complacence."
The district wants to boost kids' confidence and cut down on body shaming.
"I'll follow you. From now until my dying breath."
Here's how Kyle Richards made her daughter's dorm room feel like a cozy apartment.
"I am mindful of this moment before he launches. I hold onto his jokes, his messy hair and his room full of half drank glasses of tea."
"Describing my daughter this way is not an exaggeration so I can put some sizzle in this story and make it a bigger deal than it is."
Aija Mayrock, author of "The Survival Guide to Bullying," doesn't believe bullying will ever end — but we can all help lessen the problem.
"In the end, having a litany of lasts means we had and have a boatload of firsts. Therein lies the blessing. Twofold."
Researchers have found that teens raised in a religious or spiritual environment may be less likely to do drugs and engage in risky sexual behaviors.
"I mirrored his small, sad smile and waved goodbye as I watched a piece of my heart walk away ... to start his new life at college."
Early school start times leave teens and their parents suffering the real and harmful effects of sleep deprivation.
"My children are little, yet so grown up. Fifteen is independent. Twelve is on the cusp of needing so much less from me."
At least 1 million U.S. children experience a mild traumatic brain injury each year.
The Parent Teacher Organization at an Alabama high school is telling parents they can opt out of volunteering — for a price.
College freshman Emery Bergmann was surprised when she didn't immediately find "her people" at college. Turns out she is not alone.
"We just dropped our son off at college, and on the car ride home it occurred to me it's his sophomore year and I have no idea how his first year went."
A horrific event has happened once again. What do we tell our children?
"Teaching my tween daughter to be confident and authentic is more important to me than how she dresses."
"You don't need to be good with words or crafty."
"I’m not ready to turn the page quite yet. I’m not ready for this chapter to be over."
College dorms are a hotbed for the transmission of meningitis, which can be deadly.
"Your teen will become your best friend. That is ... your teen will become your best friend if you let them."
What to do when online drama affects your kids IRL.
"Middle school is the perfect time to help your child learn how to learn."
"It’s been a thrill watching him navigate the world, little by little on his own ... I’m so proud of the young man he’s become."
"I read the bedtime stories for my oldest and I let my youngest crawl all over me and I make sure to encourage my middle kid ... but I am exhausted."
"Don't be fooled by the bad rap it gets. This, indeed, is a magical time. And so far I love who you are morphing into."
We can’t stand the cuteness!
"Right now, we've got a big first going on and it's one that I always knew would eventually happen, but I just wasn't sure how I'd personally be with it."
"When she messes up, remind her how much you love her. Let her know that she is so much more than the sum of her mistakes."
The actress and her 15-year-old daughter, Carys, opened up about their family life for Town & Country's September issue.
Sheila Ybarra and daughter Skylar Bantz prove not all dorm rooms have to be basic in this gorgeous transformation at Texas State University.
"It wasn’t a punishment, although I’m pretty sure you don’t believe that right now."
"I'm no expert, but I am a mom who has learned a lot about cruising. Here's some of the advice I give my first-time-cruiser friends when they ask."
"Be you. Trying to be cool is totally uncool. Square pegs end up changing the world."
"She’ll get you. She’ll understand you. She’ll make you want to be the absolute best version of yourself. Just remember I called you baby first."