Jill Duggar doesn’t regret going through 70 hours of labor. In fact, the 19 Kids and Counting star believes that she had to endure that physically painful, mentally exhausting ordeal so that she and Derick Dillard could forge a stronger bond. Show More Summary
Excessive movement common among children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is actually vital to how they remember information and work out complex cognitive tasks, a new study shows. The findings show the longtime prevailing methods for helping children with ADHD may be misguided.
I'll be honest, I've always wanted to say that in relation to, something, so I may as well say it now that the new teaser for Boruto -Naruto the Movie- is out. But it's not just Marty Naruto's kid that's the problem: Sasuke's kid, Sarada,...Show More Summary
As an event planner with offices in New York and Los Angeles and the mother of two, Jenifour Jones knows what it’s like to travel with kids — and to not travel with them. “My biggest challenge is flight attendants,” says Jones, who flies frequently with her sons Wesley, 2, and Grant, 1. Show More Summary
How many of you out there were at one point a hopelessly romantic seven-year-old uber-nerd? If I had to guess, I would say that describes about 90 to 99% of the Pajiba readership. So meet Colin, a young Star...
These shoes come with a nifty trait: They grow. That's important, says inventor Kenton Lee, who designed them for needy kids in developing countries who don't have easy access to footwear. When kids outgrow the shoes they have, theyShow More Summary
I'm going to say the thing that moms aren't supposed to say. My kids eat chicken nuggets for dinner. Frequently. And... I'm cool with it. I realize my potential for being judged here is high. I'm supposed to want to serve and protect my children from the perils of artificial additives. Show More Summary
Kids may say the darndest things, but parents tweet about them in the funniest ways -- so we like to round up the most hilarious 140-character quips from moms and dads to spread the joy. Our guest curator this week is Kate Hall, co-editor...Show More Summary
People tend to say that special needs kids are born to special parents. Special needs kids are born to any kind of parent. The post Living With My Own Puzzle Piece: My Experience as an Autism Dad appeared first on The Good Men Proje...
Too "kid-friendly." Adults are taking notice of Ben & Jerry's sudden embrace of beer (not to mention unapologetic stoner food), and some don't like what they see. Alcohol watchdogs say that the New Belgium beer label looks irresponsibly...Show More Summary
School Official Says White Kids Aren’t Used To Heat Parents in California are demanding an explanation from a longtime member of their school board for making comments they call insensitive. Via ABC 7 News reports: During a school board meeting
Kids have a way of challenging us and pushing us to look at our lives from a different perspective. As cliché as it may sound, I can honestly say that my children have changed me in so many ways. And some of the change is difficult to process because our kids force us to see Keep Reading ?
It's time for me to say goodbye to those last pounds of baby weight that have been holding on for dear life ever since - wait a sec - who am I kidding? I've had them ever since I lost those 40 pounds from college; they just don't want to let go! I'm on a mission, though. Show More Summary
A Walk in the Park says: Four teens were caught sneaking into the Worlds Fair’s Astro Towers on Tuesday afternoon. Park Enforcement Patrol (PEP) officers caught up to the group on the first observation deck, 126 feet in the air, and surprised them. Here’s the story and photo.
I try not to say no to my kids. That doesn't mean I don't discipline. It means I don't refuse requests just because society says I should.
I SAY, PUNCH BACK TWICE AS HARD: Why has America gone lunatic on the subject of unattended children? Parents hover over their kids as if every step might be their last. If they don’t hover, strangers do, calling the police to report any parent who leaves their child to run into the store for a […]
Someone told me of a Twitter exchange that took place a few weeks ago in which teachers were saying that their kids found Scratch boring. Well (he says, arms akimbo), here are my views on that. First, it is axiomatic that kids either find lots of things “boring” or say they do. Show More Summary
A “free range” family fights back: “The police coerced our children into the back of a patrol car.” Maryland parents Danielle and Alexander Meitiv say they’re afraid of their children being snatched away from them. They are not, however, concerned about the ominous threat of stranger danger. Show More Summary
The group Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets says its youth shelter is especially important for LGBTQ youth. The idea for a shelter specifically for LGBTQ youth also gained traction at a forum on hate crimes (above) last month. Show More Summary