The short, unpaid leaves that most mothers are forced to take when they have a baby is one of the main factors leading to America’s ranking as 31 out of 43 developed countries. Here's what the rest of the world offers moms.
Research shows that parents are increasingly using online chore charts to help their kids keep track of chores.
We’re always interested in how other people teach their kids good money habits… especially when those people are financial experts. Here are the most valuable lessons they’ve put in practice with their own families.
Using a comprehensive set of indicators, the Foundation for Child Development paints a diverse picture of children’s well-being in the U.S. While some states excelled, these 10 failed miserably.
With all the begging for things that kids tend to do, introducing the concept of saving money may seem like a tough sell. But it's not impossible.
IKEA is recalling approximately 133,000 high chairs sold in the U.S. because the products’ restraint buckle can open unexpectedly, posing a fall hazard to children.
Retailers added a few recalls to the list of those taking place in 2011. MainStreet rounded up a few of the bigger ones.
As finals approach and the first semester of the 2011-2012 school year draws to a close, MainStreet rounds up some incentives that businesses are offering students who earn good grades.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission and Bumbo International warned parents to never place Bumbo baby seats on raised surfaces due to a serious risk of injury to the child.
Shipments of timeless toys far outnumber shipments of many items on this year’s hot toys lists.