There aren't many times I would suggest singling out a kid in front of his whole school. This message in this video may be the most important message you and your children can hear leading into a brand new school year.
A song from the musical Wicked inspires my rant today. Okay it isn't so much of a rant as it is a plea from a father trying to come to grips with the fact that his kids are growing up and ready to soar into their own future.
To curb parents from berating coaches, umpires and yes even the children playing the game one city has crafted a rather clever solution. Read what the rest of this sign says and tell me if you would like to see something similar posted where your child plays ball.
Some kids are musically talented, some children make great musical instruments. This is one of the joys of having kids. When my two were younger we'd actually turn off the TV and just play on the floor. Those were very fun times for me. We didn't need computers or toys we j
The popularity of social networking has given parents all new ways to embarrass their offspring, and often in hilarious fashion. Our favorite funny tweets by parents this week perfectly captured the frustration (and humiliation) that comes along with parenting
If you're a parent now, then you probably didn't "get" some of things your parents would talk about. You know, stuff like drive-in movies or candy for a penny! Now it's our turn to educate our kids on how great they have it now and how things used to be.
She has 15 children, not married and is complaining about how it is "the systems" fault that she can't provide for them. I am all about helping those less fortunate get back on their feet. I also believe that in order to get back on your feet you have to close your legs.
Mom, "Can we go home now?" Have you ever been in a store and seen children just going wild? Crying, screaming, throwing things off the shelf, etc. You might be surprised to find out just how much well behaved children can help you.
We've done some dumb things after a night of drinking -- ask us about our butterfly tattoo -- but getting stuck in a piece of furniture (as far as we can recall) isn't one of them. That's not the case for our heroine today, though: a drunk 31-year-old mother, who intentionally wedged herself in a high chair and had to be rescued by the fire department.
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