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Groundbreaking Technology Could Allow Parents to See Hologram of Their Unborn Baby

Ultrasound has been described as the “window to the womb” and the advent of 3-D and 4-D ultrasounds have helped entire generations of people have an enhanced respect for the value of human life. That people could see the development of an unborn child in the womb like never before has prompted some to say […]

Thanksgiving Anthem of the Day: The Women of SNL are ‘Back Home Ballers’

7 hours agoOdd : The Daily What

Cameron Diaz hosted SNL on Saturday for its Thanksgiving episode, and this might be the best skit of the night. With the help of Diaz, the women on the cast performed a song about being back home with your parents for the holiday, and - you know - mooching, napping and eating way too much food out of bowls.

Cakey, An App That Helps Parents Find and Manage Age-Appropriate YouTube Videos for Their Children

8 hours agoOdd : Laughing Squid

Cakey is an app that helps parents find and manage age-appropriate YouTube videos for their children. The app works by allowing parents to create a custom list of approved videos, or to access community-created collections curated by other Cakey users. Cakey was created by Hot-or-Not founder James Hong. Although parents control what content the app […]

4 Suggestions for Helping Kids Deal With Grief

So, we had a very sad week here at Earnest Parenting. We decided that Marlee, one of our beloved dogs, needed to find a new home. To explain: we got Keely when she was a puppy in 2009. In 2012, […] Be the first to comment... RelatedShow More Summary

How the Child Tax Credit Can Help You

The child tax credit can give parents a meaningful boost to their income.

World’s Coolest Nanny Offers To Fall On A Taylor Swift-Shaped Grenade For You

Did you give birth to a bunch of Taylor Swift fans? You need this babysitter's help. More » World’s Coolest Nanny Offers To Fall On A Taylor Swift-Shaped Grenade For You is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.

Report: Newtown Shooter Could Have Been Helped

Parental denial and stunning breakdowns in his educational and medical treatment led to plenty of missed opportunities to get Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza the help he needed and perhaps avoid the 2012 tragedy, a report released today by the Office of the Child Advocate reveals. Lanza had "'crippling' social...

25 Ways to Help a Caregiver Manage Life During a Medical Crisis

As a breast cancer survivor and a parent who cared for child in long term medical care, I enjoy spending time with other survivors and caregivers. Not only is it empowering to share stories, but I learn so much from other's perspectives on the journey to recovery. Show More Summary

Dad Can’t Help But Laugh While Scolding Paint-Covered Kids Feel Good Video Of The Day

EVERY parent knows the situation in this video. Even if you aren’t a parent, you probably remember this happening at least once with your own parents when you were a kid. This father found his kids covered in paint. He put them in the shower before beginning his interrogation, but he couldn’t stop laughing. RELATED: Here’s another […]

Pearson Foundation closing (after paying big fines for helping corporate parent)

Last year the Pearson Charitable Foundation — the nonprofit arm of the largest education publishing company in the world — paid $7.7 million in fines to the state of New York after authorities found that it had broken state law by helping its for-profit parent. How? By helping it develop Common Core educational products and by […]

We're Living Every Parent's Worst Nightmare. Here's What You Can Do To Help.

When we laid our 2-year-old daughter Savannah down to sleep on April 3, it was a seemingly normal night for a seemingly normal child. Nicknamed "Godzilla," she spent her days tearing through the house like a tornado of enthusiasm and...Show More Summary

Solutions in Seattle: A partnership has helped The Seattle Times rethink its education coverage

For nearly two decades, a community group on Chicago’s Northwest Side has been recruiting parents to spend more time in their children’s schools. Since its formation in 1995, about 1,800 parents have spent two hours a day during the academic week in their kids’ school for a semester or more through the Logan Square Neighborhood...

Want A Cool Way To Help You Teach Your Kids About Money?

One of the most important things that many parents struggle with as they raise their children is to instill in them a sense of financial responsibility. Once upon a time that meant just buying your kid a piggy bank. That worked up to a point, but finances are a bit more complicated than just stashing away a few bucks. Show More Summary

BabyCenter Finds PPD Moms Don’t Seek Help Due To Guilt & Shame

BabyCenter®, the number one pregnancy and parenting digital resource, recently asked 1,400 moms about their experience with postpartum depression and found that 40% said they didn’t seek medical help for their illness. Their reasonsShow More Summary

Kate Middleton’s Letter To Cancer Patient Helps Grieving Parents

A letter Kate Middleton sent to a brave young cancer victim back in 2011 is helping his parents grieve after he lost his battle to the disease. Fabian Bate perished earlier this month after being treated for acute lymphosblastic leukemia for over eight years. Show More Summary

Gay and Muslim?

A Cry for Help I have a question and I really don't know where to turn. This is something I can't even talk to my parents or friends about, so I hope you can help me. I am a 19-year-old Muslim girl and I'm sexually attracted to other girls. Please don't judge me. I know […] The post Gay and Muslim? appeared first on MuslimMatters.org.

Non-genetic changes can help parents or offspring, not both, researchers say

A new study challenges current theory about how an organism changes physical characteristics because of its environment. Current theory says similar conditions will favor phenotype changes within and across generations of organisms. This experiment, which involved about 25 lineages of Daphnia, contradicts that thought.

Listen–Bryan Cranston Reads Book for Weary Parents: 'You Have to Fing Eat'

Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston has lent his voice to a new audiobook titled You Have To Fing Eat to help parents avoid power struggles and finally feed the picky eaters in their families. Cranston and the book's author, Adam Mansbach, have partnered with Audible to bring this tale to life. Show More Summary

The Hard, Daily Switch from Work to Home

An Australian website recently sent me a list of interview questions about my book, Backbone, including one about how "time-poor" working parents can help their children develop character strengths like resilience and persistence. But...Show More Summary

UT Arlington team says non-genetic changes can help parents or offspring, not both

A new study from The University of Texas at Arlington biologists examining non-genetic changes in water flea development suggests something human parents have known for years - ensuring a future generations' success often means sacrifice. read more

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