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After 15 years, Metro Parent's COO says goodbye to readers as she assimilates to a different role with the magazine, away from writing our monthly Note.
Winter is just getting started and one local mom wants to know how other parents are holding onto joy through it. Here's what they had to say.
The holidays are going to look different this year but you can still make it great with these five simple ideas.
Rituals remains at the core of holiday traditions. Here's some information on why holiday traditions are important to kids and how you can keep them.
How four Black serial entrepreneurs are inspiring their kids to succeed and what you can learn from them.
A tough childhood doesn't stop when you become an adult. It also has an impact on parenting, good and bad. Find out how and what you can do to overcome it.
Does your mom seem more stressed than usual? Treat her to one of these three products including a wrap, wine club and beauty box.
Mom and Detroit native Lauren Winfrey talks how the events of this year put strain on her relationship — and how she and her husband made it through.
Some kids just don't understand that it's the thought behind gifts that truly counts. Explore why some kids are selfish and what you can do to curb the me, me, me.
Feeling overwhelmed with motherhood? A doctor offers her tips and support to help moms stop being so hard on themselves.
We sat down with Trever and Miranda Graham, the owners of Sabbath Coffee Roasters in Clawson to find out what inspired them to start the shop.
The Legend of Long Leg Larry is the brainchild of three Michigan friends and aims to teach kids important lessons in kindness.