There's never a shortage of news in the parenting world — from differing parenting styles to new studies and beyond. But there are only so many hours in the day, and we can't cover every story that catches our eyes. Take a look at the seven stories you may have missed this week but need to read.
- Think you've seen every Frozen sing-along? Think again! Earlier this week, a nurse at New York's Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center tried to cheer up a 7-year-old patient with his rendition of "Love Is an Open Door." Judging by the smile on her face, we can see he was a success.
- We want to give our children the world, but doing so can often turn sweet tots into spoiled brats. But you can keep that from happening by following a few simple tricks.
- What goes into naming a child? Family history, trends, and . . . time of year? It turns out your child's birth month may play a huge part when it comes to the name game.
- A child's piano recital doesn't usually draw a large crowd, but it does in Minnesota. More than 400 people showed up for 8-year-old Dylan Spoering's backyard performance, and after hearing him play, we can see why!
- This has been a long time coming. After more than 30 years, the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission has updated its guidelines for pregnant women in the workplace. The commission hopes this puts an end to pregnancy discrimination once and for all.
- Before cuddling with your baby, you may want to read this. A new study suggests that bed-sharing may be the biggest sleep hazard for your child.
- Love is all around, even at Best Buy. One little boy fell madly in love with a girl at the electronics store. There's just one problem — she's not real.