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Akash Vukoti, 6-Year-Old Spelling Bee Whiz, Will Blow Your Mind

He may not have won the Scripps National Spelling Bee, but this 6-year-old Texan is already winning hearts around the nation. Akash Vukoti is this year's youngest spelling bee contestant. Even though he's only in first grade, Akash has...Show More Summary

Dad honors daughter with cerebral palsy by running marathons — in all 50 states

When Kevin Ely crosses the finish line on Saturday, he will have successfully completed his goal of running a marathon in all 50 states.

'She's just so full of life': 6-year-old fights paralysis with new therapy

Though they had no way of knowing it, a simple exercise would forever change the life of this young girl as she knew it.

Board Game Review: Fantasy-Opoly

There are more versions and variations of the classic board game Monopoly than any other. From national versions in dozens of languages to versions themed around animals, industries, and even movies, there’s an entire cottage industry of companies and designers producing variant “opoly” games. Show More Summary

This Cinnamon-Bun-Themed Baby Shower Will Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

This post was originally featured on Kara's Party Ideas and written by Kara Allen, who is part of POPSUGAR Select Moms. Although in this particular case this daring little party is geared toward a little one, the gorgeous glam ideasShow More Summary

Rocking Fatherhood + The Out-of-Sync Child Grows Up

Interviews with Chris Korneliss, author of "Rocking Fatherhood," about how dads-to-be can stay cool; and Carol Stock Kranowitz, author of "The Out-of-Sync Child Grows Up," about how teens and young adults can cope--and thrive--with a Sensory Processing Disorder. The post Rocking Fatherhood + The Out-of-Sync Child Grows Up appeared first on Mr. Show More Summary

These Dads Reveal How They Created Their Beautiful 'Forever Family' On A Farm

In this week’s RaiseAChild “Let Love Define Family®” series installment for Huffington Post Queer Voices, contributing writer Eric Criswell spoke with Raymond and Daniel Stazonne who, with their two sons Jacob and Cody, make for an all-American...Show More Summary

Watch These Chinese Kids Scale A 2,600-Foot Cliff To Get To School

Never complain about your commute again. Recent footage of Chinese schoolchildren scaling a treacherous, 2,600-foot cliff to get to school is shocking social media users worldwide. The dangers facing the dozen or so schoolchildren --...Show More Summary

NFL players write touching letters to kids of former coach battling Parkinson's

A group of current and former NFL players have written touching letters to the daughters of former college coach Don Horton, who is battling Parkinson's disease.

Kid's Party Drink: Zootopia Fox and Bunny Mocktail

Post by The Stir Bloggers. I don’t need a crystal ball to predict one of the newest birthday party themes. All you have to do is go to the theatre and you’ll see what I mean. When Mike, Sam and I were at the Disney Hollywood StudiosShow More Summary

Tips to Teach Children Hard Work Pays Off

Post by The Stir Bloggers. One of my favorite things to do is spend time with my kids because they grow up way too fast.  I want every possible second with them that I can.  I honestly don't care if we sit down for family move nightShow More Summary

23 Low-Cost and Super Fun Activities for Your Summer Family Bucket List

Post by Tanvier Peart. With the promise of summer finally here, families everywhere are looking to fill their calendars with fun things to do -- without breaking the bank! While it would be nice if we could all jet off to Europe every summer, there are plenty of things to do without stretching your budget. Show More Summary

Zootopia Inspired Recipe: Blueberry Paw-sicles

Post by The Stir Bloggers. Pursuing your dreams against all odds is not an easy thing. Ever since I was eight years old, I wanted to be a writer. Instead of pursuing that dream when I grew up, I took the "safe" path. I became an accountant and spent ten years in a job that made me miserable. Show More Summary

Becoming Who I Really Am

I have this dream pretty regularly. I am running from someone who intends to do me harm but can't get far enough away. I end up backing myself into a corner, in a dimly lit room with this beat up creaky old white door that doesn't lock. Show More Summary

Schoolyard Bullying: It's Ok To Be Different

Bullying. A word that has only gained in intensity and power despite its frequent use. Everyone is outraged by bullying. It's the hot topic at parent meetings and "zero tolerance for bullying" has become every school's catch phrase. And rightly so. Show More Summary

Easy Ways Moms Can Be More Eco-Friendly

I never realized exactly how wasteful people can be until I became a mom. I never really paid any attention to how much garbage I threw out, because honestly it wasn't very much. That all changed the day I had my son. We changed his diaper every 3 hours around the clock, because that is what we were taught to do at the hospital. Show More Summary

Check Your Kid's Sippy Cup Now – 3.1 Million Have Just Been Recalled For Mold

If your child drinks out of a sippy cup, you are going to want to triple-check that it's not a part of the most recent product recall. Roughly 3.1 million Tommee Tippee children's spill-proof cups are a part of a massive voluntary recall...Show More Summary

Marine Returns Home And Surprises 10-Year-Old Son At Bat

Now, this was a really close call at the plate. A 10-year-old baseball player was overjoyed to find out that the umpire was actually his dad, a Marine who'd secretly returned from a six-month deployment overseas. Master Sgt. Randy Brock called balls and strikes in disguise until his son A.J. Show More Summary

My Messy Home Doesn't Make Me A Bad Mom

"Do you need any help?" my eldest daughter asked. I stared at her for a moment instead of answering the question. Unprepared for her offer but already planning to ask for her help, I searched my mental to-do's for what I knew she could...Show More Summary

Summer Learning Loss

It's almost June which means soon signs will be popping up at all the busy intersections... you know the ones, the ones that demand you STOP SUMMER LEARNING LOSS. I suppose I could listen but the thing is, I don't believe in summer learning loss. Show More Summary

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