Sibling rivalry is common among kids, but these suggestions can help you teach them to cooperate and — could it be? — form a lasting friendship.
It's tough for kids to grasp why it's not their own birthday yet.
Help brothers and sisters learn to get along better with only a minimum of bickering.
Help your child handle following in his big brother's or sister's footsteps at school.
Baby on the way? Use our tips to ease the transition for your older child.
Studies show that more kids are being bullied in their own homes than at school. Here’s how to stop a bullying problem before it starts.
Prepare yourself for the common, and perfectly natural, jealous feelings from new big brothers and sisters.
Use stories to stay connected even as kids become independent readers.
Kids can (and almost always should) help around the house. Here's what they are capable of.
See eight ways to plan a super start to school for your second (or third or fourth!) child.