There's no exact science to raising kids — but most of us agree about what you shouldn't do. Are you guilty of these bad parenting habits?
The road to starting a family isn't always direct — or easy to pay for. Make adoption more affordable with grants, tax credits, and creativity.
Parents lead by example. If your kids are picking up your bad financial habits, help yourself, and them, by doing money the right way.
Looking after little kids often means failing to lookout for yourself. Combine child care with quick workouts you can do almost anywhere.
No, etiquette is not dead! Help your little ones get ahead by teaching them these basic manners.
For some of us frugality is a choice. For the rest, it's a choice we're given — usually when we're blessed with a couple more mouths to feed.
Kids have voracious appetites — for their parents' time. Claw some of it back with this collection of daily kidcare shortcuts and family-life time-savers.
A recent study found that daughters of fathers who help with household chores are more ambitious. Try more ways to encourage children to aim high.
While kids are sopping up lessons from their elders, adults would be wise to learn something in return. Here's what you can learn from kids.
Keep your home clean AND your kid happy with these tricks for corralling your child's clutter.
From music lessons to fundraisers and more, even public school expenses can cost you nearly $20,000 per child. Here's how to cut costs.
Financial management is one of the most important lessons you can teach children — start early with these great (and fun!) financial gifts for kids.
It seems like back-to-school "must buy" lists get longer every year, but that doesn't mean this end-of-summer shopping tradition has to empty your wallet.
Tell us how you save on kids toys and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!
Today we found some awesome articles on discussing money in front of your kids, ways to make $50 in a day, and ways to get out of debt.
New comforters arrive in study, zippered bags that beg to be reused. From the garden to the car and more, discover all the ways to give new life to these bags.
You don't need to buy expensive toys or costly movie tickets to keep your young one occupied. Just try one of these frugal, fun ways to entertain your kid.
Generally, buying used is a smart decision. But from car seats to pet supplies, there are some items that you're always better off buying new.
Being frugal can make us feel like we're depriving our kids sometimes. But frugal parenting can provide so much more than any fancy toy ever could.
Is your child too young to get a real job? These five entrepreneurial activities are great ways for kids to earn their allowances and raise cash.
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