Your argumentative teen may drive you crazy sometimes, but take heart. New research from the University of Virginia indicates those strong-willed adolescents are better at resisting peer pressure and are thus less likely to drink or do drugs.
In years past, parents would often quiet a crying child by giving him a toy or popping a pacifier in his mouth. But these days, it’s more likely that fussy kid will wind up with mom’s cell phone instead.
Here is a video that a Dad with a whole lot more talent than me created. He used his son playing with his toys as the basis for the track. He added some rhythm and a very kid friendly vocal track and voila the song you might could use to help your kid have fun drinking his or her milk.
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