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7 holiday survival tips for parents of kids with behavior challenges

A counselor at the Overlake Specialty School in Bellevue offers strategies for parents of behaviorally challenged kids.

Spiritual parenting at any age and anywhere

While attending church has become less of a priority, many parents still want to ensure their children are developing spiritually.

How to find great books for your kids

You owe your kids better books than your childhood classics: juicy, well-written stories that truthfully represent our complex world.

New Mom Dispatch: This is 2

There must be a special word in the parenting dictionary for feeling nostalgic about something while it’s still happening.

What kids want you to know

What advice do boys and girls from 5 to 15 years like to give parents?

Do What You Do and Not What I Say

My son's teaching me how to raise him. Can I listen?

Arguing in a wetsuit

If I’ve learned nothing else from the past 7½ years of single parenting, it’s that life is made up of the small, ordinary things that are easy to miss.

Talking the talk

Seattle’s experts on adult-child conversations discuss their work

When should parents talk about race? It’s never too early

A lot of parents will say that their kids don’t notice race. They do.

New Mom Dispatch: Doubling down

It does seem to require a bit of temporary insanity to confidently say, yes, I'm ready for another baby

Tinkergarten: Learning in the great outdoors (rain or shine)

Valuing difference

New flu vaccine recommendations for kids: Here’s what you need to know

Healthy competition

Youth sports offer kids many benefits, but parents ask: How much is too much and is it fun?

Three tips for easing those back-to-school jitters

School Just Got Longer For Students in the Seattle Public School District

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