In an effort to teach her children to bike, Courtney Vallejo learned a few mom lessons of her own.
How do you parent in public?
Family reunions: dreaded, dreadful or heartwarming and life-affirming? As the Church prepares for an October synod on the Family, Jay reflects on his own family reunion and the complexities of today's family life as they gather around
Stephanie Gulya shares a special prayer and words of encouragement for new mothers.
Some gems from canon law for encouragement to stand your ground at home.
I am somehow so schizophrenically lazy that I would rather carry, birth, diaper, breastfeed and raise forevermore a human being than put color-coded baby stickers on a paper chart each night. Don't even get me started on
Parenting is very similar to our visits to an amusement park.
This summer my boy has learned to cook, and it's been wonderful!
Just because you have a baby in your home doesn’t mean you need to Clorox your floors daily and buy a vacuum with a HEPA filter. Being a germ-a-phobe isn’t healthy for your baby.
Laura wants to know how you teach your teens to realize that parents are people too.
Summer is supposed to be a time for slowing down, yet for many of us it can be a hectic time of summer camps and planning for the school year ahead. Jay seeks a bit of advice
Learn how to protect yourself when you're getting into your car. And, learn a longterm way to make sure women stay safe.
Studies show more and more families are eating their meals in front of the TV or in a hurry as they rush from one place to another. Is there still a value in family time each night
Kirk Whitney shares how "Joseph's Way" by Devin Schadt has enhanced his commitment to the vocation of fatherhood.
Dr. Kathleen offers preventative suggestions for avoiding the horrific tragedy of infant heatstroke deaths.