Before I had my daughter, I was determined that I would make as much noise as I pleased while she slept. She'll need to get conditioned, I told myself. I'm going to take up playing the cymbals and have my marching band walk right through our hallway during nap time. I was not about to raise a child who was a sensitive sleeper. Nope. No siree. My daughter would learn to sleep through everything.Read Full Story
Come December, many of us share the story of Santa with our kids as part of a family tradition, but when you stop to think about how creepy some of Santa's habits are, it's a wonder our children manage to sleep at all on Christmas Eve.Read Full Story
If you have teenagers at home, the holiday season creates a lot of problems. Your son or daughter is not a cute little kid anxiously waiting for Santa Claus anymore. They are unpredictable, and somehow expect you to know what they want. What can you buy to make them happy — at least for the holidays? Here is a list of gift ideas to add some fun to your holiday season.Read Full Story
A Toronto eighth-grader was called to the principal's office last week and counseled on her appearance. Specifically, her hair was "too poofy" and "unprofessional." Yes, you read the whole part about the girl being in the eighth grade correctly.Read Full Story
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