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Kids In The House is the world’s largest parenting video library! Our editorial staff brings you the latest information on parenting subjects from how to get pregnant to sending your teenager off to college. Every week we focus on one topic to bring you parenting tips for all parenting styles from top our top experts!

Having twins can be exciting until you realize it's double the diapers, double the tantrums, and eventually double the college tuitions. However, having twins and multiples of any kind can be a great blessing to your family and is manageable as you work to prioritize and organize your life. Kids In The House interviewed twin and multiples experts to help you survive raising multiples.
It is inevitable that your child will have questions about life and death, and whether or not you are religious, these can be hard for any parent to answer. Being a spiritual parent can mean incorporating faith-based routines in your family's lifestyle or simply being in-tune with your child's needs and teaching them important values to live by. Kids In The House parents and religious experts have tips for every parenting style to help children through their own spiritual journey.
Kermit the Frog said, "It's not easy being green," and sometimes it seems as though this applies to living a green lifestyle as well. However, having a natural pregnancy, childbirth, and implementing green baby care routines can help you raise a healthy child. While this may take some thought and time, who better to help you prepare than Dr. Alan Greene! Kids In The House interviewed Dr. Greene to share with you some of his top tips for going green and raising a healthy baby!
Having a teenager in the house can be both fun and unpredictable. Parents have the great opportunity to help their child prepare for adulthood and see them start succeeding in their independence. However, when teenagers are struggling it can be frustrating for both the child and the parent. Every teenager is different and learning how to communicate and connect with your teen is a rewarding and fulfilling experience. Kids In The House experts have the answers to help build a strong relationship between you and your teen.
Being a parent is a constant learning process. For 2015, Kids In The House wants to continue helping you through this process to help you as you raise your children. This month we have partnered up with Mamalode to help you Live & Learn as a parent.
The holiday season should be a time of peace and happiness in your household; however, if things start to feel too stressful it oftentimes becomes a time of chaos and hostility. Creating a holiday budget while making sure your children are happy can make any parent feel overwhelmed this winter. Kids In The House experts have the answers to bring the peace and happiness back into your home this season.
The cold weather this holiday season often brings with it a rise in sicknesses as well. As you try to fight off the common cold in your household, it can be hard to know exactly what your child needs to get better and keep it from spreading. Kids In The House pediatricians know how to help you keep your kids healthy this winter!
Being a parent in this age of social media expansion can be overwhelming and worrisome. Monitoring your children’s social media accounts may seem easy at first, but then you come to realize they are engaging on websites and apps you didn’t even know existed! Kids In The House is ready to arm you with the knowledge to make sure your kids are safe online. This week our experts will share with you their knowledge to help you better understand the workings of social media sites such as SnapChat and
As parents, we often feel pressure to set the right kinds of limits with our kids. Knowing exactly how we need to discipline them in order to help them learn and develop can be an overwhelming  responsibility. We often feel guilty that we may be doing it wrong. This overwhelming pressure can lead us to start yelling at our kids in frustration. However, there are better ways we can communicate with our kids and Kids In The House experts can help you deal with the problems you face on a daily basis.
As Thanksgiving approaches, it is a great time to reflect on everything we are grateful for. At Kids In The House, we are grateful for our families and friends that support and motivate us. Experts agree that gratitude is directly connected to our happiness and the happiness of those around us. Some family members may struggle with narcissism or selfishness. How can we help them develop a greater sense of charity? Kids In The House experts have the answers to help you create healthy relationships in your household this holiday season.
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