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After Kids Made Fun of Her Brother With Autism, This 6-Year-Old Wrote a Powerful Letter

Even though Lex is only 6 years old, she understands something that many far beyond her years struggle to comprehend: it's important to celebrate everyone's differences instead of tearing them down. The compassionate little girl from...Show More Summary

Spot-On Parody Goes Out To Parents Who Bought Halloween Candy Too Soon

Buying candy weeks before Halloween is a sugar-filled mistake the Holderness family knows all too well. The famous fam on YouTube posted a new parody set to Shaggy’s “It Wasn’t Me.” The catchy twist on the song shows just how hard it is to keep Halloween candy untouched. Show More Summary

The Sweetest Dad Ever Just Turned His Son's Wheelchair Into a Ghostbusters Mobile

Every year, Ryan Scott Miller searches for the ultimate Halloween costume for his son, Jeremy. His son has a condition called spina bifida, which requires him to use a wheelchair, but his dad will not let this get in the way of his incredible Halloween costumes. Show More Summary

Halloween Safety: 10 Tips To Keep Your Teens Safe

According to the National Safety Council, in 2013, there were an estimated 6,100 pedestrian deaths on Halloween due to motor vehicle incidents. If you have a teen, its even scarier because chances are they are roaming around in the dark unchaperoned and darting across the street with friends. Show More Summary

These Photos of Brides Breastfeeding on Their Wedding Days Will Take Your Breath Away

Typically, a wedding is about more than just the actual couple getting married. It's also a time when two families are joined and everyone gathers in honor of their new beginning. But for some couples, their wedding day is also an opportunity to celebrate the life they have already created with their little one. Show More Summary

Is Today's Version of the Tupperware Party Empowering For Moms or Just Plain Annoying?

Today, I attended one of many similar events I've been invited to in the five-and-a-half years since I became a mom. It wasn't a playdate or a kids' birthday party, though I've been to dozens and dozens of each. It was a 10 a.m. party...Show More Summary

Children, Screens, and Why It's Time to Take Back Childhood

"Our children deserve the freedom to unleash their imagination and experience wonder in the world so that they can discover themselves, their passions, and their purpose." The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has released their much-anticipated new guidelines parents on children's media use. Show More Summary

130+ New Baby and Kid Products You’ll Wish You Could Get Your Hands on ASAP

It never fails that the minute you buy a stroller or a car seat, or even a bib, a newer, better model is being made. That's all we could think about when we attended the annual ABC Kids Expo - the largest juvenile-products trade show in North America - in Las Vegas. Show More Summary

Mom Pulls Daughter Out Of School After Teacher Says Her Hair 'Stinks'

After a day care teacher asked Tionna Harris to use less coconut oil in her 3-year-old daughter’s hair, a reporter asked how she felt about the teacher’s request. Harris summed up her view of the situation in three words: “Discriminative, stereotypical, racist.” On Oct. Show More Summary

New Study Says Parents and Babies Should Share a Room For 1 Year to Protect Against SIDS

Although many newborns usually start out sharing a room with their parents, a new report recommends that this practice should continue for at least six months to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. According to the American...Show More Summary

What Happened When This Lotto Winner Learned The Truth About Her 'Random' Winning Numbers

Marie Holmes’ lottery win has been built on a lie. The 27-year-old single mother of four won $188 million in North Carolina’s Powerball lottery in 2015. Since then, Holmes has believed that random chance led to her good fortune. ButShow More Summary

This Husband's Letter to His Wife Will Change the Way You Think of Stay-at-Home Moms

People often turn their noses up at the idea of being a stay-at-home mom, but what those individuals don't realize is that being a mom is the hardest job of all. There are no lunch breaks, vacation days, or conference calls, and this...Show More Summary

How This Brother Has Coped With The 'God-Awful' Guilt Of Accidentally Killing His Little Sister

It is still “bone-chilling” for 37-year-old Sean Smith to listen to the 911 call he made in 1989 after accidentally shooting his little sister, Erin. The siblings were 10 and 8 at the time and home alone after school. Sean had just found...Show More Summary

Parents Share the (Sometimes Hilarious) Ways They Came Up With Their Kids' Names

Source: NBC Although my name happens to reflect my Italian heritage, I found out when I was a teenager that my mom picked my name when she heard a mother screaming at her toddler on a New York City bus. Even though many parents tendShow More Summary

Cyndi Lauper Plans Incredible Show To Benefit LGBT Homeless Youth

Cyndi Lauper’s True Colors Fund is once again staging a holiday concert benefit, the proceeds of which will go towards the needs of homeless lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth. The Home For The Holidays concert will be hosted by Carson Kressley on Saturday, Dec. Show More Summary

Girl, 6, Writes Touching Letter To Defend Brother With Autism

Six-year-old Lex is already fighting the good fight for disability equality. After a classmate at her school in southern England called her 9-year-old brother, who has autism, “weird,” she decided to take an heroic stand. Lex pennedShow More Summary

Why I Stopped Telling My Kids to 'Get Over It'

Post by Eve Vawter. One of the hardest aspects of parenting is seeing your child get hurt. Whether it's due to a sibling's teasing, a slight from a friend or classmate, or a skinned knee, a child's sadness or disappointment has given all parents that same pang in their hearts. Show More Summary

5 Ways to Model Compassion and Kindness for Girls

Post by The Stir Bloggers. Ask any mom if she hopes her daughter will grow up to be kind and compassionate, and the answer’s going to be something along the lines of “Yes! Of course!” You may also use words like smart, happy, and brave when you’re talking about your little girl, but we’ve all got our eyes on empathy these days. Show More Summary

6 Ways to Celebrate Girls’ Special Friendships

Post by The Stir Bloggers. Whether they bond over a love of shoveling sand into buckets at the local park or their mutual affinity for the blue chairs in pre-school, finding that first friend is a milestone for little girls. Of course,...Show More Summary

The Wine Glass that Plugs Straight Into the Bottle Is the Perfect Gift for 2016

14 hours agoLifestyle / Parenting : Mommyish

This wine glass that plugs straight into the bottle is the perfect gift for anybody dealing with a teething toddler or a stressful election year. More » The Wine Glass that Plugs Straight Into the Bottle Is the Perfect Gift for 2016 is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.

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