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Charlie Chaplin once expressed that “a day without laughter is a day wasted” – and Chelsea Houska’s  youngsters are living by this timeless motto.   The Teen Mom 2 parent shared a sweet look at her smaller than normal me Aubree and her newborn child Watson interfacing, smiles what not.

Hello, you there. We know, we know — you’re occupied. In any case, those entire grapes you’re serving to your children are little lumps of risk. It’s not a myth, and we are very brave visual verification to get the point over. So get cutting — and cut them lengthwise

Superheroes are strengths of the right who go to bat for the little folks and are respected for their important qualities. Shockingly, the impacts these mainstream characters truly have on young kids might be the inverse. In a study revealed for the current month in the Journal of Abnormal Child

Those of us who depend on grandparents to help us out with child care: We’re really helping them out. It’s true. As per a recent study published in the journal Evolution and Human Behavior, caring for your adored grandkids can add five years to your life. We may feel as

After a 3-year-old boy fell into the gorilla enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo in late May, plenty of people took the child’s mom to task for not keeping a closer eye on him, sparking a national conversation on “good” parenting. (And mommy shaming…) We weren’t there, but we know that
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There has been some time of year in our life that the best plan of sick-proofing our children, during the winter is literally staying at home, and isolating ourselves from others. We do this a lot when our last child struggled with so many issues due to his immune system

Different schools, organizations and culture use the term of “giftedness” in different ways. Some use this term strictly to indicate a person with well-above average intelligence as measured by IQ scores, and others embrace a broader range of criteria. According to the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC), “Gifted individuals