A former T-Mobile employee going through a difficult pregnancy says she was told to clock out every time she used the bathroom, as her visits were too frequent.
(parent.thesis) blogger Amy Tiemann critiques David Pogue's New York Times article "How Dangerous is the Internet for Children?" She asserts that his minimization of online risks is inaccurate and unhelpful.
The Web site HealthyToys.org provides parents and gift-givers a much-needed resource to help weed out the toys that contain high levels of lead, arsenic, mercury, PVC plastic, and other chemicals.
I have found that the biggest impact that technology has had on my "parenting" life isn't in my relationship with my child, it's in my identity as a mother. The internet has revolutionized motherhood by allowing us to make connections that wouldn't have
Introduction to Amy and Michael Tiemann's new CNET blog network offering, the (parent . thesis) parenting & technology blog.