The term orchid child is becoming more mainstream and hopefully this can help families better understand what it means.
We live in a society that has actively ignored that we are primates. This makes parenting so much harder, especially as our children hit the toddler years.
I had the pleasure of interviewing author David Epstein about his new book Range and how it pertains to the topic at the forefront of my mind - parenting.
Could the root of many of our parenting woes lie in the evolutionary mismatch theory? New research looking at one example makes a strong case for this.
Is harsh discipline always bad for kids? If not, how can we reconcile a desire to end such practices with research that may suggest they have a role?
We often hear people talk about sleep regressions, but this can send parents off on a tangent, fearing their child is losing skills they once had. Understanding what's happening is essential to helping parents cope with these times and truly help their kids.