Just because summer is over doesn't mean you have to fall into a boring routine at home. But, dragging kids out of the house after they're worn out from a long week of school is not at the top of my list, either. So, check out these fall family bucket list ideas that aren't lame and you won't hear any grumbles from the peanut gallery.Read Full Story
We love us some Hello Kitty in our family, and news that the first ever Hello Kitty Con is set to hit Los Angeles at the end of October this year has us bubbling with excitement. But, before you snatch up tickets for you and your daughter to hit the 40th anniversary celebration, there are a few things you'll need to brush up on about the cute Japanese character. From the fact that Hello Kitty is not a cat to details like Hello Kitty is a twin, discover everything your daughter needs to know about Hello Kitty.Read Full Story
A new mom, proudly showing off her profoundly premature daughter breastfeeding for the first time, was slapped in the face when someone reported the photo to Facebook, who went against their own policies and removed it.Read Full Story
Parents with children of all ages often find themselves overwhelmed by the schooling choices available to them. Which district is best? Which learning philosophy is suited to their students' precise requirements? These questions can be difficult to answer given the complexity of each educational approach. What do they entail, and how can you begin to experiment with them in your own home? Read on for a primer on three famous schooling philosophies.Read Full Story
When I was a kid, we had only one day of Halloween, and it was really just at night. When I was a kid, there was a costume contest, and one kid would actually win instead of all the kids winning a prize for participation. Girls were Raggedy Ann, and boys were Raggedy Andy. When I was a kid, life wasn't always fair. Halloween is turning into one of those walk-uphill-both-ways-to-school kind of holidays.Read Full Story
With only four confirmed cases of Ebola in the United States, there still seems to be a general sense of panic and fear over the disease. But the reality is that we do have it under control, and the chances of it becoming an epidemic here are incredibly slim. But what about those in West Africa, where the number of infected are in the thousands? In one African country, it is a group of brave girls who are going out to help educate people on the disease and how to protect themselves from it.Read Full Story
I've long made fun of the sexy Halloween stereotype. It's almost laughable how young 20-something girls can turn almost anything into a sexy costume, sexy Ebola included. But when this sexy Halloween standard is targeted to girls as young as 10, no one's laughing. Sexy Halloween marketing to tweens is just sick.Read Full Story
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