I am the Executive Director of The Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA). We exist as the voice of the industry on quality and safety for products intended for babies and children.
Only your daughter and son-in-law can grant you access to your grandchildren under the specific set of circumstances you describe. Perhaps they will have a change of heart and allow you to see your grandchildren in the near future.
Being a new parent can be a fun and exciting experience. The first year for a new parent is full of awe and wonder at the new life you’ve created, but it can also be full of worry and anxiety. If you’re worried about making mistakes the first year (and every year thereafter), you aren’t alone!
Being a new mom is an amazing experience, but the adjustment can also be very difficult. From the sleepless nights to wondering when you are going to look and feel like your old self again it can all be very confusing.
Taxes may not be the first thing on your mind as an expectant parent, but they shouldn’t be last, either. Your family situation is about to change, and that means your tax situation likely will change, too.
As we crawled closer to a commitment, I began to envision the better world our children would live in. And one thing I was sure about: Our children were going to be mixed. No child of mine was ever going to describe herself as “Black, with a white parent” — a phrase that I associated with the double whammy of being ignored or abandoned by your white family and labeled by an America that believes in the “one drop rule” and has enslaved, subjugated, and oppressed people accordingly.
This question is a tough one. When a 2, 3, or 4 year old is struggling, our instinct is to jump in and help. Your kids are sad, and they’re tantruming, they’re crying. It can be heart-wrenching. We should help, right? What’s the big deal?
Springtime is one of the most exciting times of the year. Warm and sunny days replace cold and snow-covered wintery afternoons as the flowers in your backyard finally begin to bloom. But as with any season, even the springtime isn’t exempt from the occasional illness or two. Because spring follows the winter, this season experiences […]