Self-care doesn’t have to mean hours of planning and big bucks on childcare. Learn strategies for how to take care of yourself even when you’re busy.
Skip the colorful tie, average dinner and practical socks, and consider things to do on Father’s Day that won’t bore a millennial dad.
Get inspired by other women this Mother’s Day. Two sisters and writers pen a tribute to the millennial moms they know and love.
Anyone who knows me knows I have no problems asking for what I want. I’m too old to play coy. I know what I want, and I’m not going to pretend I don’t. So every year I make a Christmas list and send it to all my friends and family.
I’m not like those other women who shame working moms for putting their babies in daycare. I get it. We can’t all quit our jobs and become stay-at-home moms. But for those of us who are blessed enough and cursed enough (depending on the day) to serve in that role, you may still find yourself …
Letting go is an essential part of parenting, but ask any mom. It is one of the most challenging parts of parenting, so start early. Practice how to let go of your child and still keep him safe.
You don’t have to drive all over Georgia to find the best Easter egg hunts. Step no further than metro Atlanta’s south communities to get Easter bunny pictures and Easter egg hunt galore.
Don’t stress about dinner. Follow these recipes for vegetarian dinner ideas for toddlers that easily convert to options for the meat-eaters too.
Sure, you could dabble in the world of tourist traps, or you could take advantage of Atlanta’s warm weather and experience the city like a local. Find free things to do with kids during Atlanta’s festival season.
Every parent needs a will, but creating one can be time-consuming and costly. Read our guide to learn what happens to your child if you die and how you can plan for your baby.