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Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell have been together since 2007.

Dax Shepard almost turned down his role on ‘Parenthood’ because he didn’t think a long-distance relationship with Kristen Bell would...

Dax Shepard spoke candidly about his relationship with Kristen Bell, who he has been married to since 2013, during his podcast "Armchair Expert."
Andy Cohen revealed he would soon become a parent in December 2018.

Andy Cohen revealed the first look at his baby boy’s face — and the newborn’s full head of hair

The "Watch What Happens Live" host welcomed his first child via surrogate, Benjamin Allen Cohen, in early February.
The author, Steven John, and his family.

Raising kids doesn’t come with a handbook — here are 30 mistakes every parent makes

Parenting doesn’t come with a guidebook, and there are many ways to approach different aspects of parenting. Parents aren't perfect, and there may be times when you wish you'd done something different. But you're not alone — here are 30 parenting mistakes every mom and dad makes.
Sometimes, finding a nanny isn't easy.

I was a nanny for 5 years — here are the only questions parents should ask during the interview

When it comes to hiring someone to look after your children, being vague won't help you in the long run. Get specific and borrow these questions when it comes time to interview your next babysitter or nanny.
Today's kids have way less free time than their parents.

5 ways kids spend time differently today than in the past

Today’s kids are busier than ever, their days packed with structured activities like school, sports, and tutoring. Kids a century ago had increased free time, spent more time outside, and slept longer than the kids of today’s digital era. Here are five ways modern kids spend their time differently.
Our parents never had to worry about etiquette rules around smartphones.

15 difficult etiquette questions your parents never had to ask

Etiquette standards for previous generations look very different than today's. Modern etiquette questions center around technology and acceptable behavior for using devices. According to experts, there are at least 15 etiquette questions your parents never had to ask.
The author, Kristie Kam, as a toddler.

7 reasons the way my parents raised me just won’t work for my kids

Living in Hong Kong, my parents followed a Chinese style of parenting, which tends to emphasize control and obedience. After moving to New York at 15, I realized that the parenting style practiced by my parents limited self-expression and creativity. Here's how I plan to raise my kids differently.
Many believe middle children are neglected, damaged, and more shy than their siblings.

4 myths about being a middle child that you should stop believing — according to a psychology professor

The middle child is often portrayed as an underachiever with underdeveloped social skills. Many believe that those with "middle-child syndrome" are damaged from receiving less attention. In reality, the middle child can cultivate skills that their siblings often don't because of their birth order.
Spend quality time with your parents when you live with them.

Living with your parents at 30 can be a challenge — here are 8 tips for making it work from someone who’s been there

Parents bring us into the world, care for us, and teach us how to grow into independent adults. It’s shameful in the US to live with your parents as adults, but it's common in other cultures. Author Dylan Love moved back home with his parents at age 29 — here are eight things he did to make it work.
The author, Steven John, and his family.

The 6 smartest things I did before I had my second child

Having a second kid can bring different challenges than the first. Though you've been through the process, having a second kid can compromise your time and energy in new ways — plus you already know how hard it is this time around. Here are the six smartest things I did to prepare for baby No. 2.