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Published: 05/05/2013 in Health & Wellness
A new poll of parents finds that more than 40 percent are giving their very young children over the counter cough and cold medicines to relieve cold symptoms, despite federal warnings against this.
Infant sign language is one of the many skills out there for new parents to learn. Here's a humorous look at whether it's necessary, from Boston Parents Paper columnist Steve Calechman.
Avocados are not easy to eat when you're a baby. Here, first-time dad and humor columnist Steve Calechman details his efforts to get enough of this super food into his son.
The Panera restaurant chain is opening a new "pay as you go" café in downtown Boston. People with limited income will be allowed to pay what they can afford for a meal, while those who want to give back can pay a bit more than a meal is worth.
Published: 01/18/2013 by Steve Calechman in Child Development
A child's first birthday is a special occasion, full of parental expectations. Here, columnist Steve Calechman recounts the reality of celebrating with a 1-year-old.
Published: 10/19/2012 by Deirdre Wilson in Behavior
A new national survey reveals that while voters think that parents should be educating their kids about politics, most parents really aren't doing it.
Are new or expectant parents like politicians? Boston Parents Paper humor columnist Steve Calechman explores the similarities and takes on one campaign promise that he doubts presidential candidates can keep – keeping college tuition affordable.
New babies mean less sleep. Here, our Pure Guesswork columnist Steve Calechman proposes some inventions he'd like to see created to help parents and their infants get more shut-eye.
Published: 06/24/2012 by Lisa Armony in Family Entertainment
Few activities make kids happier than a plunge into the pool. Learn tips on how to keep all your guests safe as they splash around with their friends.
The first installment of our new humor column chronicling the adventures of a new dad follows our intrepid hero into a grocery store with his infant son for the first time.