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How Parents Can Show Kids What Grown-Up Love Looks Like

From listening and hanging out to holding hands, giving compliments and even being happy to help out, here are 12 ways to show children what emotional maturity in relationships looks like.

12 Easy Ways Parents Can Show Their Love to Their Kids

Instead of roses, we offer a dozen ways parents can show their love, from kitchen and game bonding time to twists on little notes — and just listening.

Is It OK for Kids to See Parents Naked?

Have you ever wondered if it's OK for kids to see parents naked? Find out what a metro Detroit board-certified psychologist has to say.

5 Tips on Parenting Adult Children Living at Home

Empty nesters no more. Are you parenting adult children that have moved back home? We've got tips and advice to help you adjust and cope.

How Can I Stop the Nickname My Family Gave My Kid?

One mom wrote in and says she wants her family to drop her baby's nickname but doesn't know how to tell them that. Here are some suggestions from other parents.

DIY Beauty Tricks While Stuck At Home

Being responsible and staying home to protect others comes with sacrifices but you can still pamper yourself from home with these DIY beauty tricks.

Easy April Fools’ Day Crafts for Kids

Fool family and friends with a fart maker, lollipops and more. Take a peek at these April Fools' Day crafts for kids to do at home.

CARE of Southeastern Michigan Parenting Conference in Clinton Township

The 25th annual CARE of Southeastern Michigan Parenting Conference returns to Clinton Township on March 7, 2020, with workshops and presentations for parents and caregivers.

Getting a Grip on Your Role as Parent, Your Kids’ Behavior and More

Parents are under a lot of pressure and spring is the perfect time to get a handle on it all. From parenting to housework and beyond, here are some practical tips to getting a grip on it all.

Sorry, Kids: Parents Do Pick Favorites, Survey Says

A recent survey by Boudreaux's Butt Paste found that parents do pick favorites among their kids – and That's just one of many outrageous claims it found.

The Protective Italian Mom and Wild Child Ferndale Dad

European and American parenting cultures collide for this family living in Italy. Here, mom details some of the differences – and how they've struck a balance.
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Adaptive Sports for Kids with Disabilities and Special Needs

In search of adaptive sports for kids with physical or developmental disabilities? Here are local sports programs for kids with special needs in the metro Detroit and Ann Arbor areas.

Earth Day Events in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

Celebrate Mother Earth on April 22, 2021, at one of these eco-friendly Earth Day events in Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties.

Freebies for Vaccinated People in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

These spots offering free items or discounts to people who can prove they have been vaccinated against COVID-19.

What Every Parent Should Know About Developmental Delays

You have a new baby in your life. But how will you know if your child is developing normally? An expert from the Autism Alliance of Michigan offers some insight.

MSU Research Reports Sagging Areas in Pandemic Teaching

A survey from Michigan State University’s Education Policy Innovation Collaborative found teachers are struggling to find students and maintain attendance during virtual school.