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Helping Foster Creativity: Toyota’s Dream Car of the Day

Promoted by Toyota Over the past couple of days, we have been discussing the importance of fostering self-confidence and creativity in our children. Our job is to encourage our children and teach them that what they can accomplish in life is limited

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Little girl with one hand inspires her mother to create beautiful imagery

By A.M., IANtB Science Editor. Images by Holly Spring via Bored Panda.  I wanted to share this series by Holly Spring because it illustrates so well how the narrative we create for our children about who they are matters so

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Is This Sex Education Book Too Sexy? Parents Say Yes.

“Your Health Today” is an educational book which was a sex-ed publication given to 9th graders in Fremont, California, and voted in as part of their curriculum by the school board. But parents are saying it’s too sexy. (Watch out

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Toddler Squeezes Through White House Gates and Gives Secret Service a Run for Their Money

  The White House has had its share of bizarre incidents over the years. It was just a few months ago that a naked man tried to scale the White House fence. But that doesn’t hold a candle to one of

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‘All Roads Home to Big Sur’ by Alanis Morissette

Images and text by Alanis Morissette. hiking in big sur. ever’s early days….     two months ago we were walking down this same road and i told him he had been on this road 4 times already (altho this

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The SlideRider Makes a Childhood Dream Come True

As a child, I remember using sleeping bags to ride down my my parents’ staircase. Safe? Probably not, but it was definitely fun. Trisha Cleveland decided to tackle the safety issues if this classic childhood practice when she created a

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“Nursery of the Future” from 1930

This image was taken at the Ideal Home Exhibition in Olympia, London on March 24, 1930. They gave it their best shot, but lucky for us the artists were quite off the mark when it came to the future of

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A Mother’s Song

Director Matty Brown noticed  a woman who walks through the streets randomly singing opera. Wherever she goes she is singing, sometimes under her breath, sometimes loud enough for whole blocks to hear. The reactions by the public were mixed- people

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