As every parent knows, kids can be remarkably fickle when it comes to food. Seemingly on the slightest whim dietary requirements can drastically change, now your little bundle of joy will only eat foods that are orange, for example.
A few months ago we introduced you to an adorable project called “All that is three” by a UK-based lifestyle Instagrammer and a mother of two named Dominique. She takes amazing pictures of herself and her two daughters, Amelia (11) and Penny (4).
Dominique is managing her blog and Instagram account where she posts pictures of herself and daughters dressed in similar fashion.
Welcome to Survey Says, FiveThirtyEight’s advice column. In each installment, our two advice-givers will take a reader question, debate what he or she should do, and then survey a panel of people about what the best course of action is. Need our advice? Send us your quandary! My neighbor is infringing on my good nature! […]
Being a parent can be stressful. While the temptation to take shortcuts when in a rush can be real, this mom’s viral post clearly illustrates that your child’s car seat safety is definitely not something to take lightly.
When Sally Bunkham was pregnant with her first child, she really missed a lot of her favourite foods—not to mention her best-loved alcoholic tipples—that weren’t allowed.
Bunkham’s longing for these items grew even stronger when she became pregnant again a few months after giving birth. That’s when she got an idea for a new venture.
Three years on from her first pregnancy, she’s just launched a business which sends hampers full of goodies that are forbidden (or at least, not recommended) during pregnancy. Read more…
Few things age a person quite like parenting. The late nights, early mornings, broken sleep, and daily worries of having a child all conspire to turn your dark hair white and your smooth skin wrinkled. But as you can see from this incredible list compiled by Bored Panda, some moms seem immune to the aging process no matter how many kids she has.
When a struggling 16-year-old girl came into an Iowa salon with tangled, matted locks, she told stylist Kayley Olsson to “just cut it all off.” Instead, Olsson worked a record-breaking 2 days and 13 hours to restore both the young lady’s hair and her confidence.
A London mom was recently breastfeeding her 1-year-old son in the courtyard of the Victoria and Albert Museum when a staff member asked her to ‘cover up’ while doing so. Yeah, it’s 2017 and we’re still dealing with this.
Periods are normal, but kids pointing them out in their sketches is something else.
Australian woman Penny Rohleder shared a photo of her son’s drawing on the Facebook page of blogger Constance Hall on Jul. 25, which well, says it all.
“I don’t know whether to be proud or embarrassed that my 5 year old son knows this,” Rohleder wrote.
“Julian drew a family portrait. I said ‘What’s that red bit on me?’ And he replied, real casual, ‘That’s your period.'”
Well, at least he knows.
To give further context, Rohleder revealed she had pulmonary embolism in October 2016, and was put on blood thinning treatment which makes her periods “very, very bad,” she explained to the Daily Mail. Read more…
Moms. Damned if they do keep 9-to-5 jobs while raising kids, accused that they’re neglecting them, damned if they don’t leave their career behind to become a housewife. Eitherway, they are expected to multi-task and be more than superheroes all the time. Since when are they expected to please everyone else when they’re doing their best […]
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Most parents tell their kids not to play with their food, but for oil painter Alya Chaglar and her 3-year-old daughter, Stefani, playing with food is part of their daily fun.
According to statistics, since 1998 around 712 children are thought to have died from heatstroke in the US alone after being left in hot vehicles. But thanks to one bright 10-year-old boy called Bishop Curry from McKinney, Texas, tragic and preventable deaths like these could soon be a thing of the past.
“This dad had been emotional from the moment the midwife told his partner it was time to push. He supported her through every second of her painful labor — and two epidurals. There was so much anticipation and lead-up to this moment that when the time came, his emotions utterly overwhelmed him in the most precious and authentic way.
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Take a ride on the spouse gravy train Tom and his daughter, Ryan A few weeks ago, before my birthday, my…
When our daughter Emilia was born, we staged this photoshoot that made it look like our little baby could fly. The pictures went viral. That was 2 years ago.
What was supposed to be a regular trip to Walmart turned out to be an awful experience for one mother. The woman decided to post her story on Facebook where it went viral and got nearly 70K likes.
Some parents are embarrassing. Then there’s Justin Beadles.
Justin’s 15-year-old son, Jack, had his last day of junior high recently, so to make it very memorable, Justin decided to pull a super embarrassing prank on his kid.
Dressed in a Speedo, a swimming cap, and medals hanging around his neck, Justin ran barefoot towards his son who was hanging outside of his school, screaming Jack’s name. Yep, his dad decided to dress up as swimmer Michael Phelps while his mother filmed it.
The project all started when Scout’s grandma, her Nonnie, was diagnosed with breast cancer. We were looking for a way to keep our minds busy during a really hard time.
When Nonnie’s hair started to fall out, Scout got very concerned and I wanted to put both of our minds at ease.