Valentine's Day isn't quite the same when you're a parent. Feeling sexy doesn't come easy when you stayed up all night baking peanut-free brownies for school Valentine's Day parties and your pocket is full of a toddler's used tissues. Check out what Valentines to children would look like if moms were honest:
The news of Pope Benedict XVI's resignation quickly spread across social media platforms on Monday. While the pope remained silent on his recently opened Twitter account, his Facebook page (which we completely fabricated) got weird. Check out how (we imagine) the pope's "friends" reacted to his resignation:
Children's unfiltered honesty can be as heart-meltingly adorable as it is embarrassing. (What parent hasn't wished for an invisibility cloak after a loud proclamation by their child in the middle of the grocery store?) Valentine's Day gives kids a chance to put that honesty to good use while telling their family members how much they care
How do you explain the unexplainable to children? Today, parents across the country, including myself, were faced with this -- fumbling over words while explaining the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown - located only 20 miles away from my own daughter's elementary school.
"Happy Christmas Shopping," a parody of John Lennon's "Happy Christmas" perfectly captures the stress associated with filling wish lists during the holiday season. Because who hasn't wanted to drop into fetal position in the middle of the food court?
"It's not a bird, it's not a plane, it's Santa Claus and he's come to Maine!" A song written after a Bangor, Maine radio DJ began lamenting the lack of Christmas songs about Maine, has become a holiday classic in the area.
Why drop a ton of money on holiday ornaments when you can make your own with stuff you probably have lying around the house anyway? Here's 10 DIY holiday ornaments that'll make your friends and family think you should have your own HGTV show and keep your kids busy crafting long enough for you to use the bathroom uninterrupted:
It's the selfless stories that really fill the heart with holiday spirit - and such is the case in St. Cloud, Minn., where an anonymous donor dropped 11 hundred-dollar bills into a Salvation Army kettle.
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