I want to have sympathy for Adrian Peterson. Really, I do. I am staunchly anti-spanking, but I also realize that people make mistakes. I was hoping his brutal "whooping" of his 4-year-old son that resulted in possible felony child abuse charges was just that, but more unpleasant details have come to the surface.Read Full Story
This has been a terrible week for the NFL. First the Ray Rice domestic violence scandal, and now child abuse charges against Adrian Peterson. Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was indicted on charges of reckless or negligent injury to his 4-year-old son for spanking him with a switch.Read Full Story
Getting to the store can be a challenge if you live a busy lifestyle. With these DIY baby food recipes, you'll be able to quickly make delicious food for your baby. The ingredients are items you probably already have at home and each recipe takes just minutes to make.Read Full Story
Nothing shows Grandma and Grandpa that they are loved and appreciated more than a handmade gift from their favorite grandkids. These Pinterest-inspired crafts are easy enough for kids to handle (with a little help from you, Mom) and the end results are classy, beautiful and totally unique.Read Full Story
You've probably never heard the words "adorable" and "KKK" in a sentence before, but there's a first for everything. The Ku Klux Klan is desperate for new recruits, and they want to prove that their organization is fun to join. They're trying to sweeten the deal by leaving recruitment fliers and candy on doors across the U.S.Read Full Story
I came out as a lesbian in college. By 30, I was married to a woman and pregnant with our first child. From finding community to recognizing that life is just hard sometimes, being a lesbian prepared me for parenthood more than I could've anticipated.Read Full Story
Flex your craft IQ and get ready for back to school with your kiddos by helping them make this adorable notebook for their new favorite teacher. This project is easy to customize for the age set you are working with — use fabric glue and felt for younger hands or switch it up to fabric, cotton batting and a hot glue gun for the older kids. Either way, this project comes together in a snap. You favorite teacher will be so pleased to receive something they will actually use — that's not another apple candy jar.Read Full Story
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