Sarah Jessica Parker has been a style and fashion icon for a long time now, which means it's no surprise that the actress and Jewish mom designed a limited-edition clothing line for GapKids. The…line, filled with a vintage feel and rabbit motifs, was inspired by the tradition of saying "rabbit rabbit" for good luck at the beginning of every month. Parker, who is a mom of three, wanted to infuse a little more magic into kids' lives, saying, "With children, you can do things that are slightly magical — and obviously… >> Read More
One 7-year-old Jewish girl from London is making her modeling dreams come true. The twist: Eliza Brichto isn't into dresses and wrote to the fashion brand Zara to ask if she could model their boy…clothes. Eliza sent a handwritten note to the company telling them she loved their clothes. "I’m your number one fan," Eliza wrote in her letter. "You might think that it’s quite weird that a girl wears boy clothes but anyway let me tell you the story. When I was four I looked at Zara girls… >> Read More
Comedian and Jewish dad of two Michael Ian Black has a lot to say about the tragic Florida school shooting this week that left 17 dead.
In a time when parents, kids, and teachers fear they soon…could be the victims of the next school shooting, it's not a surprise that Black spoke out in a Twitter thread last night, as a parent himself. He also happens to live with his family just 10 miles away from Newtown, Connecticut, where a gunman killed 26 people including many children in 2012. A post… >> Read More
In our social media-driven age, and especially amidst the #MetToo movement, raising daughters can be terrifying — particularly for dads. From issues regarding body positivity and self-confidence to…learning about boundaries and consent, there is a lot of ground to cover. Of course, this is a struggle for all parents, regardless of the gender of their offspring. But two famous Jewish dads recently opened up about their own struggles with raising daughters — and how they're ensuring they'll grow up independent and confident.… >> Read More
Parenting is filled with "firsts" — and last month was the first time I, as a mom, I wanted to rip a little boy apart.
This happened when my daughter told me a classmate was hitting and pushing…her on the bus. Upon further questioning, it became clear this little boy was trying to get her attention. My initial response — aside from thinking: why have we not moved beyond this? — was a practical one: How can I raise my three daughters to stand up for themselves? This is a heavy responsibility,… >> Read More