Controversial toys are about as fascinating to me as naughty things hidden in Disney movies.
Of course, most of these ended up being hilariously inappropriate by accident. But other toys on this list were so insensitive and stupid that it makes me wonder how they ever made it onto store shelves in the first place.
The only toy on the list that I thought was completely normal was the breastfeeding doll… Teen pregnancy risk? C’mon…… Keep Reading!!!
Shanee Hart broke the news to her children that they were going to have another sibling. Instead of being excited, little Trey chastises his mother for getting pregnant again. We hope Shanee posts an update of Trey’s reaction once the baby is born.
Until then, check out this cute video.
I asked Aram if I could sit down with him and ask him some questions about breastfeeding. The first thing he said was, “Oh, to help other mommies? Sure!” But at the time, it was really just for a book full of their thoughts as children that I am currently creating for the boys. After we finished the interview, I realized that he was right. Hopefully this inspires some of you on your breastfeeding journey.
Me: What do you think … Keep Reading!!!
I remember thinking that when we had children, we would not allow any screen time.
Then, I had kids.
For our family, we’ve discovered that limited and appropriate screen and tech time works best, but we are also particular about what sites the boys are on. We want to make sure that, when we allow computer time and as we start the learning process on how to work the internet, the children … Keep Reading!!!
The Fine Brothers have once again made us all feel old.
In this episode of “Kids React to Technology” they show a bunch of kids a typewriter. And of course, their reactions are hysterical. It’s crazy to think most children have never seen one in “real life” before! Come to think of it, when was the last time you were in the presence of a good old-fashioned typewriter? I can’t even remember!
“You don’t need to worry, I’ll protect you.”
Oh my goodness! How cute is this little boy who is comforting his new friend on her first day of kindergarten? The little girl is reassured by the boy that mommy will return. In the meantime, he promises to keep her safe at school.
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 collapsible, padded stair slide that could be added and removed from the stairs.
Feast your eyes on the SlideRider!
It isn’t available for purchase right now, but Cleveland is working with Quirky to get the slide market-ready.