Editor's Note

Mental health check

No one could have predicted what we would soon be facing when we welcomed the new year Jan. 1.

Remembering my mother

I don’t think anyone, no matter the situation or circumstances, is prepared to lose their parent. We always think we have more time.

Column: Carter's Corner

Moms do it all

We are the calendar keepers, the play date assistants, the magic makers of the holiday season, the housekeepers, the milestone markers

Carter’s Corner is written by Lauren Martone, a mom of two children (one with special needs) who lives in southern New Hampshire.

Column: Senior Year Interrupted

Katie Burke graduated from Timberlane Regional High School in 2020. She has been sharing her thoughts with readers about what it is like to make the transition to college freshman during a pandemic. 

Column: Adventures in Gardening

Photographer, and novice gardener, Kendal J. Bush, and her partner with the green thumb, Nate Laing, are taking readers on an adventure this summer via their southern New Hampshire garden.

Transcendental Dad

We give thanks

"Daddy, did you know that Thanksgiving is because of the Maryflower?”

Local author, journalist and dad, Dan Szczesny, writes about life’s adventures with his daughter, Uma. Find more from Dan at danszczesny.com.

Column: House Calls

House Calls is a monthly column written by health care professionals from Dartmouth Hitchcock.

Column: Never A Dull Moment

Never A Dull Moment is a monthly column written by Kathleen Palmer.

Column: Dad on Board

Bill Burke is a writer who lives in southern New Hampshire with his wife and daughter. He’s also ParentingNH’s resident Disney World guru.

Column: My Turn

My Turn is an occasional feature in ParentingNH. If you are a reader interested in sharing your parenting journey, please email editor@parentingnh.com. The views of those expressed by the writers of My Turn do not necessarily reflect the views of ParentingNH.

Column: Time Out

A virtual night out for mom and dad

Entertainment venues and museums will slowly open back up, but in the meantime, sit back and relax and take in a show from the comfort or your home.

Time Out, written by Editor Melanie Hitchcock, focuses on things that parents can do with their partners and friends when they are taking a “time out” from their children.