Toddlers aren't rational, in case you've never met one before. They've been referred to as little tyrants, but I like to think of them as adorable little crazy people who will always keep you on your toes. Case in point — Reddit has shared hilarious "Welcome to Parenthood" images that explain the reason your toddler is crying.Read Full Story
My husband and I were certain that all of the reading we did while I was pregnant prepared us to be great parents. Our daughter came along and was a shining example of our excellent parenting. Then, our son arrived and blew that theory apart.Read Full Story
The neighborhood kids have chosen your home as the "cool" place to hang out. Great, eh? After all, friends do play a big part of our kids' happiness and well-being, and one of the best ways to instill happy home memories (as well as keep an eye-out for who your child is hanging with) is by making your house kid-friendly.Read Full Story
When can a 2-year-old girl stop an airplane? When she throws such a huge tantrum before takeoff that the pilot and his crew are forced to turn the plane around and boot the family from the flight. Was the airline in the right or did they encroach on this family's right to fly?Read Full Story
Scientists have deconstructed the temper tantrum and found a distinct pattern, right down to the pitch of the screams. So, if you see your child flailing his arms and screaming louder than Mariah Carey hitting a seventh octave C, you can rest assured this is perfectly normal behavior.Read Full Story
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