All kids these days want to do is stare at computer screens, video game screens, anything that's electronic. Most of us parents try to minimize how much we let them stare at electronics, but it can be a tough battle. And honestly, it's a lot easier to just get them out of your hair for a bit and let them play. I ran across a blog I wanted to share with you that has a great idea on how to handle
I usually don't even try watching new TV shows anymore because inevitably they get cancelled before they get a chance to grow an audience. Last night, I couldn't find the remote control, so I ended up watching "The Slap" on NBC. I originally was mildly intereste I'm hooked. Here's why.
I'm missing out on seeing some of my friends lately. In fact, it may seem like I've dropped off the face of the earth. Sometimes I don't return phone calls, sometimes I'll have to cancel meeting up with you, and some of my favorite social activities I never do anymore...
Bravo Cheerios, you've got me smiling. All too often Dad's have been the butt of jokes when it comes to parenting. Not this time, Cheerios nails it. I have a feeling there will be some other dads like me just buying this product to say thanks. Plus it looks pretty good!
I've learned that some days parenting is easier than other. Other days, the baby just seems to be fussier. Maybe it's because she is bored. Well that was the case yesterday and after playing with her and swinging her mobile around for 10 minutes, I came up with a better idea.
There has been a blog that has gone viral that's titled "This Man Is Dating Someone Even Though He's Married. Sounds So Wrong...But I'm On His Side."
It's basically about how this married couple still dates and keeps their relationship strong. Are you doing the same? Well for a lot of us it may not be that easy.
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I'm usually not the type of person who seeks out emotional inspirational videos. In fact, most of the time I'll skim past them and go on to something else. I am so glad I took the time to watch this video. After the first 30 seconds I was hooked. Please take a look.
We've seen parents use unique methods to punish kids in the past -- through Facebook and by making them carry signs on busy streets, for example. But a Utah woman punished her stepdaughter in the most creative way yet by forcing her to wear ill-fitting thrift store clothing for being a bully.