“Is all about the children.” How many times have we heard that rhetoric? For Inge Paolini, author No Brats Allowed!, it isn't just talk or words on a page. It’s a mission.
We've all heard the stories about stressed-out parents drugging their unruly toddlers with a dose of Benadryl so that they can get some shut-eye, but this is certainly a new twist. On December 28, a 16 year-old girl and her 15-year-old friend from Northern California decided to buy her parents two milkshakes from a local fast-food joint and crush prescription sleeping pills in them so that they ca
This guy's Dad Level = Outer space. With some donated old electronics and a master control board found in a TV station's dumpster, he built his son a spaceship. Then Redditor JeremiahGordon shared his results with the world. We must admit, we're pretty impressed. Take a look!
Fall means school, and school means homework, and homework –- for many a family -– means stress and arguments. But getting homework done doesn’t have to be a daily battle. Here are a few easy ways for parents to make the routine a little easier for kids.
A child’s day doesn’t end when the final school bell rings. In fact for many children it’s just beginning. Where to go for ideas? Oddly, pull from what your kids love most about school — and think outside the sandbox. From the physical, to