Parents share nearly three dozen winning tips and tricks for getting the family up and running every morning. Here’s a morning hack from a mother named Dorothy, for instance: “I use my daughter to wake my husband. How she does it? Totally up to her.” (Spoiler alert: It’s not gently.)
“According to the National Alliance for Youth Sports, 70 percent of all kids ages 12 to 14 will quit all sports, and sideline behavior by adults is a top contributing factor.”
We all get wrapped up in the game from time to time. And all parents want their kids to win and secretly cringe when they don’t. But this article asks if you’re THAT parent or coach at children’s sporting events.
The kids will LOVE this! Heck, so will you! (What is it with our fascination with dragons, anyway?) In northeastern China, a donkey-sized dinosaur of the velociraptor family showed off its beautiful, but flightless, wings approximately 125 million years ago. Now, if only they could discover the Philosopher’s Stone and Atlantis . . .
If bacon was the main thing holding you back from converting to a meatless diet (so true for so many of us), then you’ll have to try this bacon seaweed with me! How crazy is it that when fried, this superfood algae called dulse tastes just like bacon? It’s like the earth is sending us some kind of message (hmm).
You probably knew car seats were a good idea, or you’d just toss your child in the car and hope for the best. But did you know they can potentially cause more harm in accidents if your child is not strapped in correctly and/or if the seat is not installed just right? More than 3 out of 4 well-meaning parents and caregivers unknowingly get it wrong. As a result, approximately 75-80% of kids are riding around thinking they’re safe, when in fact they are not.
Law enforcement and hospital emergency room staff agree that having your child’s car seat inspected by a certified child passenger safety technician is highly recommended. Inspections are often free and installations, affordable. Please look up your local car seat inspection provider today for your child’s sake and for your peace of mind.
NFL player and proud papa, Torrey Smith, posted an adorable video of his one-year-old popping up and busting out dancing like “that’s my jam!” It’s like watching your inner child every time your favorite song surprises you. Here’s your viral parenting vid of the week!
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