Family

states with the most stay at home moms

Cities with the most (and fewest) stay-at-home parents

Although stay-at-home parenting is on the rise nationally, the proportion of households with a stay-at-home parent varies significantly by location.

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How to help your kid with homework without losing your mind

When I first started teaching, I had to learn completely new ways of doing almost everything I learned in elementary school. Second-grade addition and subtraction problems started to stump me.

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Questions to ask your parents before they die

How to talk end-of-life wishes with your parents

Having a thoughtful end-of-life discussion with your parents is an opportunity to reach a new level of caring and understanding.

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Multigenerational living: the new normal

As Americans face higher housing costs, rising costs of living, and childcare costs that may amount to nearly a third of a family’s take-home pay, multigenerational living can simultaneously decrease expenses and add more flexibility in terms of childcare.

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The 2018 financial checklist for new parents

Discover essential financial moves that new parents should check off when welcoming a new baby.

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12 staples you need in your kitchen

12 ingredients all families should have on hand

A home-cooked family meal that’s affordable, filling, and fast? It’s possible if you have these staple ingredients on hand.

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Millennial parents are dedicated to raising well-rounded kids at any cost

Millennials are – or are about to become – parents.

Actually, 9,000 per day if you’re keeping score at home.

So, how are we doing so far?

Good question.

Haven Life surveyed parents (with children ages 0-5) to find out what they are prioritizing when raising Generation Alpha.

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Worth it or not: dental and vision plans for young kids

Vision insurance and dental insurance are commonly opt-in policies for young children. But, if you don’t have an employer-sponsored plan, at what age is it worth it?

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How playdates can be fun for parents, too

Even when your playdate doesn’t have a “happily ever after”, they can still provide valuable intel about neighborhood activities, schools, and the opportunity to swap parenting tips (or hilarious brunch anecdotes).

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FSA or Tax Credit: which is best to save on childcare?

A child care tax credit can help you save on childcare expenses. So can putting money in an FSA account can help you save on childcare bills. But which is better?

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