Parenting

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Abigail and Samuel

By Daniel James Devine
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Birth | A pair of tiny twins illustrates the agonizing challenges that premature births present to parents and doctors

Womb to grow

By Mary Jackson
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Lifestyle | The thriving practice of embryo adoption is saving little lives from destruction

Conversations with wisdom

Conversations with wisdom

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Faith & Inspiration | Your parents can introduce you to her, but you must get to know her yourself

Yahoo adopts new family-friendly policies

By Whitney Williams
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Parenting | Whoa, baby! Working moms at Yahoo will now receive up to 16 weeks of paid maternity leave, and working dads? Take up to eight weeks, the company announced…

State-owned, state-run children

By D.C. Innes
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Government | Melissa Harris-Perry, a political scientist at Tulane University and an MSNBC talk show host, has ignited conservative rage with one of the network’s…

Not allowing boys to be boys

Not allowing boys to be boys

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Parenting | When my little boy started first grade we faced a crisis. He had weathered kindergarten just fine. Back in those days, kindergarten was only three hours long…

Tucker Carlson on raising eyebrows, raising children

By Marvin Olasky
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Q&A | Tucker Carlson, editor in chief of The Daily Caller and a Fox News commentator, has been a newspaper reporter, magazine writer, and anchor and host on CNN and…

Moms fighting Victoria’s dirty little secret

By Amy Henry
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Parenting | Twenty-two years ago, my military-wife friends and I used to spend our Friday evenings at Victoria’s Secret looking for something special to wear when our…

Do you own technology, or does it own you?

Do you own technology, or does it own you?

By Bill Newton
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Technology | “Wow!” the instructor exulted to her 8-year-old trainee. The student’s big brown eyes flashed with excitement. She was 4 feet 3 inches tall, her gymnast…

Self-control in the city

Self-control in the city

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Parenting | New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg took some well-deserved ridicule over outlawing tank-size sodas, only to see the ban struck down at the eleventh hour by…

Shamers should be ashamed

Shamers should be ashamed

By Barnabas Piper
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Faith & Inspiration | Shame is a powerful force, like an explosive. A person full of shame is unpredictable, even dangerous to himself and others. He feels sub-human, unworthy,

Let the children fail … still

Let the children fail … still

By Amy Henry
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Parenting | Every night, 8-year-old Cooper faces his dreaded literature guide. Little House in the Big Woods is Cooper’s current nemesis. Each afternoon he does his…

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