Kim's Recent Articles
I didn't sleep train my son and he's now a happy, independent 3-year-old. He still needs help getting to sleep, but I cherish this time and I've never regretted my choice. For me, it was a gut decision: CIO ran counter to everything in me. Here's why.
Teenagers present unique challenges in every household. But many can be overcome if you enlist your kids' help in raising them to become fabulous adults. Here, Circle of Moms members share five important lessons learned about raising teens.
Have you ever felt secretly happy when your child hit a milestone ahead of a classmate or friend? Or perhaps a twinge of jealousy when a kid the same age as yours got there first? Here's why comparisons are dangerous — and how to deflect them.
Should we really tell our little ones to never talk to strangers?
Is there an age at which seeing mom or dad naked suddenly becomes harmful to children? Here are three questions and perspectives to consider.
You got the sleep-training thing down long ago.... well, sort of. Your preschool-aged child goes to sleep happily in her own room, and has for years, but still wakes every night at some point and crawls into bed with you. What to do?
Does your toddler do anything that drives you nuts or that makes you struggle to stifle your laughter? Kids morph into wacky little creatures at this stage, and their quirky habits can drive even the most patient of parents to distraction.