Why is it so hard? Seriously. Eating. Sleeping. It’s pretty much all humans have to do to survive, but kids are impossible. You Have To Fucking Eat is coming soon to tackle the sequel of Go The Fuck To Sleep.
Guildford Town Centre in Surrey, BC has taken down their playground and put in iPads. Too many kids were getting hurt after being ignored. Now everyone loses.
Today’s Parent Magazine resorted to tired old stereotypes for their Friday afternoon social media click bait, and its a shame. Dads are parents too.
I dont have a problem being naked around my kids. it’s not something I set out to do, but if it happens, it happens. We play Naked Baby, Naked Daddy, and it’s mostly me just being silly. A HuffPo essay this week, however, has me rethinking parental nudity and how it can be used to teach our kids about their own bodies and body hangups.
Keeping your kids up past bedtime is when the magic happens. Yes, having a strict bedtime regime is the priority of any reasonable parent, but… when you break it every now and again, and let your kids get out and experience the world (in this case, monster trucks and a rave) then the smiles come.
It’s not unique when parents play with their kids. Parents love their kids, they love to have fun. It’s the norm, it’s not an outlier, so stop treating dads who have fun with their daughters like they’re a circus side show, or patting them on the head with “you’re such a good dad.” We’re parents. We love our kids. There’s nothing outlying about that.
You don’t need to breast feed in line at Tim Horton’s. One mom thought she would. The store asked her to stop. Then it hit the fan. Sigh. Why can’t we get along?
Would you leave your 7 yr old home alone? Even for just 30 minutes? When you have no childcare and your kids get sick, your decision tree looks a lot differently than you had anticipated in the past.
There are a number of corn maze Calgary places to get lost near the city. Here’s a review of the Calgary Corn Maze and why it’s a fall funfest each year.
33000 kids in Canada and 3500 in Alberta will go back to school with diabetes this month. It’s an easy disease to manage, if schools are willing to help. The willingness, however, is not always there.