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
It’s one of the most embarrassing experiences a parent can face: Your child has a meltdown in a public place. I daresay that when a tantrum takes place on a confined airplane at 30,000 feet, it’s even worse. The stress of dealing with high-pitched screams and flailing limbs is enough to make you want to jump out of the window (OK, perhaps not really, but almost).Read Full Story
While the powers of coherent speech might not be something this little toddler named Gabi has mastered quite yet, that isn't stopping her from letting her mom know that's she's had it up to HERE with her creator's insistence that she do stuff like "not eat rocks".Read Full Story
I used to love random patriotic holidays, and then I had kids. This isn’t a sad diatribe about being a parent. I actually love spending time with my kids and creating new memories, but it’s hard to ignore the fact that holidays are a little different when you have young children.Read Full Story
Many 3-year-old kids are just beginning to learn how to dress and feed themselves, but Keith Williams is a toddler who can now call himself a hero. When he walked past a stranger who needed help, Keith took all the right steps to save a man's life.Read Full Story
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