Motherhood isn’t easy, especially for a new mom navigating her way through life while keeping another human being alive and well. It’s sticky, smelly, exhausting but, of course, well worth it.
Cartoonist, Alison Wong took it in stride and used her comics as an outlet. In the process, she created a series that every mother can relate to.
You’ve got to give these kids credit for trying. And bless their hearts for not even knowing what our filthy adult minds will come up with.
The internet has graced us with one creative professor’s attempt to keep his students on their toes. Photos of his extra credit questions on his exams have hit the internet and are hilarious.
My personal favourite is the pink pen one. Hey, he warned you!
No word on who the professor is, or what school you need to attend to get the job of learning from him but it’s great to see creative ways to engage students.
Just as we were all getting into the ugly sweater trend it’s out, passe, so last year. A new trend is emerging. Taking it up a notch to ugly Christmas pasties. I would recommend this trend remain in warmer climates, though.
It’s not just women who are saying Merry Breastmas.
As fun as these look, I think I’ll stick to a plain old ugly sweater for now.
Written by: Nikki Waring
Elf on the Shelf has become a staple of Christmas for so many children. The creepy little guy is a ton of fun for kids. For parents, he is the source of many midnight Google sessions for last second ideas and extra time cleaning in the morning. Needing some payback, these creative parents got their revenge on Scout.
Everyone’s favourite troll is back again. Mike Melgaard is the gift that keeps on giving. First he took on the negative commenters when Target went gender-neutral; then he helped Doritos deal with the nasty comments over their Rainbow chips (you know, the ones that raised money to stop teen suicide); now he’s taking on Campbell’s Soup haters over a commercial that features a family with two dads.
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This week Frito-Lay launched Doritos Rainbows. It’s a limited edition version of the chips to raise money for the “It Gets Better” campaign. Gay and Bisexual youth are 4 times more likely, and questioning youth are 3 times more likely, to attempt suicide as their straight peers. Nearly half of transgender youth have considered taking their lives, and one-quarter report having made a suicide attempt. It Gets Better‘s goal is to prevent these suicides by having … Keep Reading!!!
Mommie Pickles, formerly known as Mommie Poppins, has graced us with these 10 hilarious revelations made when pregnant. They are so on point.
Well, that’s one way to … Keep Reading!!!
Our screens and devices are always demanding we make split second decisions, and let’s face it; most of us have stopped paying much attention to those question. Time to pay attention to what technology is really saying to us
At some point it just becomes a game – how many times can I click “remind me in 48 hours” before I have no more choice. Eventually, I always lose. Well played, computer!
That extra 9 minutes is well worth the … Keep Reading!!!
Personalizing your newborn photo shoot is nothing new. These fandom related photos take it to the next level and are awesome!
The force is strong in this one (Staci Noel)
Hogwarts Bound (Amy Cook)
Filling your drawers in a Flash (Staci Noel)
Watch out for his butt (JME)
You can always spot a noob (Kimberly G)
The future 30th Doctor (J Lobbins)
Nap, I must. Kept you up … Keep Reading!!!
After the Happily Ever After comes parenting. I’ve always wondered what the Princesses would be like as moms.
Her mom life: Merida has her own set of triplets she can’t seem to potty train. This drives her mad, especially when they pee around the potty. She often scolds, “If I can hit a bullseye from a hundred yards, you can tinkle in the toilet!”
Her mom life: Ariel is constantly battling her husband over how much freedom they should give … Keep Reading!!!