As moms, there are times when we'd all love a little "alone time". Well, a 44-year-old mom in Long Island was arrested after she "allegedly" left her 7-year-old son unattended in the Lego Store while she went off to shop elsewhere in the mall, presumably in peace and quiet. Do I understand that we all daydream about doing this? Hell, yeah. Would or could I ever do that? Hell, NO! Does this woman not read my posts? There are crazy people in this world just waiting to find a poor unsuspecting, unattended 7-year-old to accost.
Whether you're an athlete or not, it should be pretty evident the lifelong impact being a part of sports team can have on a person. Aside from the physical and health benefits, playing sports can teach your children valuable life lessons that they will carry with them into adulthood--lessons that will hopefully support the values you are trying to instill at home. Of course, sports are not for everyone, but I firmly believe that you should encourage your kids to try at least one, whether it be dance or hockey. If they try and don't like it that's fine. Even just a single season can make an impact that lasts a lifetime. Keep reading to learn how sports can help your kids overcome obstacles.
I know this article may seem a bit morbid but "accidentally hurting your kids" has been a top topic of conversation among many mamás this week. This theme was prompted by the story of the dad who "accidentally" left his 22-month old son in his car for hours. Now it looks like he and his wife might have done it on purpose. I can't imagine any parent doing this to their own child!
No matter what you child's particular areas of interest are, strong writing skills are an important thing to have, especially when it comes time to apply to and attend college. Writing is something everyone learns in school that most of us actually use on a day-to-day basis in adulthood, whether it's an integral part of someone's career or even just when communicating with others regularly via email and social media. Many job applications involve some writing and of course, in college the majority of courses--particularly core classes--are essay intensive. Nevermind if your child wants to go on to pursue an advanced degree. Plus, it's an incredible way to express opinions and creativity, even in informal settings. So how can you help your child become a good writer? Follow the four tips below.
There's no denying that Hollywood's biggest momager is Kris Jenner. She has made a fortune off the Kardashian family name through Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe. She's even had her youngest daughters Kendall and Kylie Jenner become mini moguls overnight. Kendall, in particular, is known for her aspirations to become a model and for some risqué photoshoots. While most parents wouldn't be okay with their 18-year-old letting posing topless, Kris is super cool with it.
Why? Because apparently she thinks Kylie has the "perfect body." Oh, that's just lovely.Continue Reading >
When you think of tattoo parlors, you rarely associate them with children, which is why you are going to find this next story shocking! Sadie Hennessy decided to open up the first tattoo parlor for children in England called My First Tattoo and there have been some INTERESTING responses to the new shop.
There have been looks of horror, but what's most eyebrow raising is that there have been already 10 real requests. What kind of parent would allow their child to get a tattoo?!Continue Reading >
Being active as a family is all about learning and having new experiences together, but sometimes figuring out where to start is the hardest part, even more so if you're trying to get out and do something spontaneously. But just as in other areas of our lives, there's an app for that.Continue Reading >
Kim Kardashian is a reality TV star, business woman, but most importantly she is a mother. Her daughter, North, with fiance Kanye West seems to live the perfect lavish life with her Hollywood hotshot parents. However, Kim revealed that there are some concerns she has for North in the future. And they're not at all what you're thinking.
Although deep down inside I knew we were doing the right thing, I'm not going to lie, some days, I was truly worried about our decision to speak to our firstborn in Spanish only. I guess it was the part of me that wanted to protect my daughter and make sure she'd be okay in her English-only preschool considering she'd been surrounded by Spanish most of her short life.
When her teachers told me she was shy, I knew there was something up because that's not an adjective I'd used to describe my little girl. I questioned whether I should've taught her some basic vocabulary in English to help her navigate her new surroundings. But then, I relaxed, confident that learning English was inevitable and would happen faster than I could even imagine.Continue Reading >