The Post-Trump ThanksgivingHow to share a table with relatives whose views you abhor.
What Does a President Look Like?Ask a kid to draw one.
The “Things Could Be Worse” Guide to ParentingWhat I’ve learned as a mother of a kinda-sick kid.
Don’t Call Him a HeroThere are better ways to honor 9/11 first responders—people like my father.
How to Turn Pokémon Go Into a Lifelong PassionPeople who love the game are collectors at heart. Here’s how to entertain them forever.
My Father’s Secret PastAnd how it shaped my own search for my Jewish identity.
Exes and O’sOn figuring out the best name for the father of my children.
Please Don’t Ask Me to Put Down My Phone It’s a time machine to a place where my husband is still alive.
The Cupcake RevolutionI can’t save my daughter from a terminal illness. But we can help save other children from the same fate.
What’s in a Name?I agonized over changing mine when I got married. Then I lost my husband.
How to Win Every Argument With Your Kids ForeverThe answer can be found in game theory, according to a new book.
The Oatmeal ExchangeSeven ways to get through a divorce when you have small children.
Don’t Procrastinate on Getting Your Baby a Passport! She’ll Thank You Later.Flying with a baby on board? Slate’s president, Keith Hernandez, shares a parenting triumph.
How to Talk to Other People’s ChildrenThere are two schools of thought.
Slate Voice: “Two Kinds of Goodbyes”Listen to Jill Bialosky’s heart-wrenching story about motherhood, love, and loss.
How Do I Explain to My Daughters What Happened in This Election?Deciding whether to protect them or to have a very difficult conversation.
I’m Not a Great MotherBut I’m an awesome dad.
Silent BirthSeventeen years ago, I had stillborn twins. They made me the mother I am today.
No One Ever “Just Adopts”Why it’s the one thing you should never say to an infertile couple.
Alone, TogetherTo avoid travel stress and major arguments, more couples should vacation together but fly alone.
The CrewAfter my father’s death, these men taught me about family, friendship, and kindness.
More Young Adults Are Living With Their ParentsWe say that like it’s a bad thing. It’s not.
Single-Mother Families Aren’t the “Other”They’re increasingly the norm. And it’s time to end the shaming and stigmatizing of solo moms.
In Praise of the AuntieThey’re the rule-breaking, adventure-taking, hug-dispensing women who make every family stronger.
Let’s Get LostWhy you should let your kids plan your vacation.
Being Mindful About MindfulnessIs the push to teach meditation in schools just a way to mold shiny corporate humanoids?
Unequal PartnershipWe both have jobs. Why am I the one who remembers the preschool snack?
Like Tinder, but for BabysittersWhy finding a caregiver online is a lot like Internet dating.
Should I Make My Kid Hug His Grandma at Christmas?There’s no one way to handle this situation.
No, Busybody Strangers of the World, My Baby Is Not ColdWinter is prime time for a certain brand of parental concern-trolling.