Welcome to Part 2 of our College Admission series! Part 1 looked at exactly how competitive college admission is these days—and why.
A few months ago, we spoke to news anchor Willie Geist and his wife Christina about their busy family life with two working parents, their happy marriage, and more. Christina mentioned her upcoming book, Sorry Grownups, You Can’t Go to School!, and now that it’s out and we’re in back to school mode, we wanted to find out more. Here’s a bit more about this accomplished executive, entrepreneur, writer and mom of two (son George is 10 and daughter Lucie is 12), and this wonderful new book.
It’s family vacay season, and while making memories is fun, the sleep disruptions that kids (and as a result, parents) encounter while away are not as enjoyable. We spoke to Craig Canapari, MD, a Yale Medicine pediatric sleep expert and author of It’s Never Too Late to Sleep Train (2019 Rodale Books, an imprint of Penguin Random House), about the most common issues that pop up and how you can deal with them.
Prep and Rally, a popular meal plan subscription service, was created by Dini Klein, a CA-based mom of two daughters (with another baby in the way in January!).
We’ve all heard that taking care of yourself as a mom—aka self-care—is important. The thing is, this is so much easier said than done.
As we start to head back into the school season, parents can use all the help they can get during this busy time. Megan Sullivan, the co-founder of The Local Mom’s Network, has some helpful tips for parents and caregivers. She recommends sticking to a routine to help manage tasks and chores. Below are some guidelines:
Traveling with kids is just that—relocating with your children.
The American Academy of Pediatrics is changing its guidelines for how long a child should remain in a rear-facing car seat.
Sisters Barbara and Carolina are the talented entertaining experts behind Host to Perfection.