Rappler's latest stories on parenting tips
You can't take on their problems — they need to face it themselves. But here's how you can guide them
First-time parents Mark and Ana walk us through things every new parent should know
More than the toys and gifts, it's the little things that Pedro and Morena do for their son whenever they're at home that count
Moms, you can win special gift packs and P100,000 in cash!
If you’re a Filipina mom 20 years old and above with a baby 3 years old or younger, you can join the Pampers Go Galaw contest from March 17-May 16, 2018!
Letting your kids face the world on their own builds character
Building solid relationships with your children at home will have profound effects on their well being and character
But does lying about whether Santa exists really do children any psychological harm? And if you do choose to lie to them when’s the best age to break the news?
At the end of the day I tell myself that while I’m the parent and the mature adult in the relationship I may still be wrong So I try to talk and listen do things with them choose my battles and enjoy the adventure
Do you still know how to play these traditional Filipino street games?
Caring for baby need not break the bank Check if your spending tactics are on point
Should you start being a better example for your kids?
Here s a week long checklist that you and your family can commit to
Save on time money and electricity while spending more time with your family
Turn your home in a cozy haven for restless imaginative kids
Want healthy happy kids? Get them moving Here are some facts and tips for parents
A year end convo with a twist: share the tips and tricks that brought homemagic to your family’s haven
There are real merits to having your kids start chores early but how will you start? Here are a few tips
Does your child set very high standards have a great fear of failure? Here are a few ways to support him or her
Kids today know more games on their tablets than on the playground This can take a toll on their health
How Internet at home helps Tweetie De Leon Gonzalez build a stronger relationship with her family