A child's fear of the dentist chair isn't anything new, but for the patients of 78-year-old Howard Schneider, a dentist practicing in Florida, the screams aren't part of a normal rite of passage. They're horrifying. Brandi Motley's daughter, 6-year-old Bri'el, for instance, went to have one tooth pulled by Schneider back in December. Show More Summary
Iowa police are speaking out against co-sleeping after three infants died in the past week while sharing a bed with their parents, but co-sleeping isn't the issue here. More » Police Warn Against Co-Sleeping In Wake Of 3 Infant Deaths, But Co-Sleeping Isn’t The Issue is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
F ew things stir up childhood nostalgia as quickly as a fresh box of crayons. It's easy to see what makes them an appealing collectors' item. Ed Welter, a former Nike project manager in Oregon, takes the allure a step further. No one,...Show More Summary
The lifting of the United States' embargo on Cuban imports, which many expect to occur within the next two years, could be great news for American fans of drinks like the mojito. For the past 53 years, Americans have been unable to get their hands on Cuban rum. Show More Summary
I have three kids ages 6, 4 and 2. This statement alone should make you, dear reader, tired. There are plenty of articles, blog posts and mom conversations about the hardships of parenting multiple young children. For certain, the hardships...Show More Summary
Between fancy updos and no-frizz curls, it often looks like little girls are stopping by the salon en route to school. Unfortunately, you're a one-trick ponytail when it comes to hairstyling. Though you may not have a cosmetology degree, it doesn't mean you have to send your girl to school with lackluster locks. Show More Summary
Teachers have a lot of responsibilities to their students - make sure they are actively learning, are following along with the curriculum, and can pass the state exams - but what one teacher did for her 9-year-old student was definitely not in the curriculum. Show More Summary
There were 1,393 new baby names coined by creatively inclined parents in 2014. From celebrity surnames to inanimate objects to new spellings of traditional names, these baby names were given for the very first time to at least five American...Show More Summary
A Random Penguin to brighten your day.
As usual, Instagram was full of adorable kid snaps from celebrities this week. From hockey games to face painting, Kourtney Kardashian, Tori Spelling, Ivanka Trump, and other celebrities shared sweet photos of their littles. Read through...Show More Summary
On the cover of Elle Australia‘s latest issue, supermodel Nicole Trunfio appears both gorgeous and maternal with her newborn son Zion cradled in her arms and nuzzled at her brest. The photo wasn’t planned and happened organically when she brought her son onto the shoot and he got hungry. “When we saw how beautiful they
These are the people who take advantage of our new digital form of communication and inject bits of their lives as though people on the other end are listening. And who knows, maybe they are. Maybe they care. But I doubt it. Let's check out some examples of ways parents are doing it wrong on Facebook business pages. Show More Summary
By Allison Slater Tate Like most parents I know, I care deeply about my children's educations. Where we live, the house we own, and our family budget and schedule all, to some extent, revolve around making sure that we are doing theShow More Summary
Tanishq Abraham is brilliant—so brilliant that last year he received a high school diploma at age 10. And now at the age of 11 the Sacramento boy has received three associate degrees — in math, general and physical science and foreign language studies from American River College in Sacramento, the Los Angeles Times reports. How is
As far as one baby is concerned, there's simply nothing funnier than the seeing a catalog ripped to shreds.
I've long said that I couldn't wait for some kind of ridiculous scandal to undo the Duggars. What I'd always envisioned was the kids writing tell-all books about their parents and the ridiculous brain-washing they were subjected to.Show More Summary
When you became a father, you knew there would be some less-than-glamorous moments, like changing diapers on squirming babies, cleaning up Lord-knows-what from the carpet, and rocking sick kids to sleep at 2 a.m. What you didn’t agree to was driving a minivan. Show More Summary
Not all that long ago, “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” meant that gay and lesbian servicemembers couldn’t serve openly. But ever since it was repealed, that’s no longer an issue. It’s been a long time coming, and there’s still a way to go. Still,...Show More Summary
The story of a city that came together to make a young leukemia survivor’s wish come true is about to hit the big screen. Yesterday, Warner Bros. released the trailer for the movie detailing the events of Nov. 15, 2013, when 25,000 people in San Francisco turned up to help Miles Scott, 5, become Batman
In North Central Florida, two women are busy helping local teens in foster care by welcoming them in to a home and family built on simple principles of love, respect, and equality. Contributing writer Beth Hallstrom shares their story...Show More Summary