When your husband offers to bring you a snack while you’re breastfeeding.
When your childless friends try to tell you how they’ll parent differently…
When you tell your kids to pick a different flavor than the crazy ice-cream with a million artificial colors in it… which displeases them…
When you stay strong through your child’s tantrum…
When someone tries to make you feel better about your rough day with the kids…
Grocery shopping with a toddler…… Keep Reading!!!
Kid president is at it again with his adorable charm and wise words. He recently created a short for Mother’s Day about supporting mothers. He pointed out that in our society it’s common and somewhat accepted for mothers to shame their peers based on their parenting choices.
In his segment Kid president dons a ridiculous wig and reveals the character of a judgmental mother.
When you go to a comedy show it’s highly likely something is going to offend you. Most people will either laugh at themselves or let it go and enjoy the rest of the show. One mom just couldn’t stop herself when Steve Hoffstetter made jokes about parents thinking their kids are special.… Keep Reading!!!
What kid wouldn’t love a 50 meter (160 foot) long crazy straw? While his 5-year-old daughter took a birthday nap by the pool, dad got to work. When she woke up this straw was hanging in front of her. Tearing it down when they were done seems to be the highlight for her, because children love desctruction.
The struggle to stay active when you have young children is a common one for most new parents. Finding the time for your hobbies while spending quality time with your kids is a tough balance to figure out. Calum Neff found the secret. He shares his love of running with his 11-month-old daughter, Holland. He even brought her along to his half-marathon race! In just 1 hour, 11 minutes and 27 seconds Calum and Holland were the first to cross … Keep Reading!!!
When someone makes a comment about your child you don’t like what’s the logical thing to do? Confront them? Let it go? Vent to friends? For a Southern California couple the answer was to plant drugs in her car.
Yes, you read that right. Kent and Jill Easter were unhappy with the PTA President of their son’s school so they set her up.
The tale begins way back in the year 2010, Jill was waiting for her 7-year-old son … Keep Reading!!!
Recently, a Facebook post, from a mom who insists that we all put our phones down when our children are around, has gone viral. She traded her phone for a pen and paper and tallied up her children’s glances in her direction.
28 times my loves would have questioned if they were alone emotionally. 28 times my kids would have been reassured that who you are online is what really matters
It made me think. Of those 28 times, … Keep Reading!!!
When Season Wilwert’s eight-year-old-son, Ethan, said he wanted to become a professional makeup artist she immediately took him for a lesson with MAC cosmetics make-up artist Joey Killmeyer.
Ethan told Joey that he wanted to learn to do drag make-up like Jeffree Star and Joey gave him just that.
Joey did one side of Ethan’s face and had Ethan do the other. I’m not even sure who did what side. Ethan is clearly a natural talent and got a lot … Keep Reading!!!
After watching Banksy’s “Exit Through the Giftshop” with her family, 10-year-old Gracie insisted she was going to be a street artist. Torn between supporting her creativity and passion, and not encouraging vandalism her dad came up with an idea. Together, they started painting rocks that they could leave around town. They had so much fun doing it that they expanded to other materials, as well.
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By A.M., IANtB Science Editor
I saw this meme getting passed around on Facebook, and it makes me kind of want to say a thing.
You see, we sciencey people, we kind of have a love/hate relationship with memes. On the one hand, they can be really good at visually or succinctly illustrating a scientific concept in a way that often scientists cannot. But by virtue of their succinctness, they
sometimes often oversimplify what is actually a complicated issue, or … Keep Reading!!!
Richard Scarry has created more than 300 children books in his career, dating back to 1949. He’s been quietly re-writing many of them, to adjust to society’s growing understanding and acceptance of gender roles and cultural relations. In fact, the changes have been there since 1991 and no one has taken much notice. It was Alan Taylor, a senior photo editor at The Atlantic, who noticed the changes in his child’s version of Best Word Book Ever and posted them … Keep Reading!!!