Parenting

Pool Noodles

Health/Nutrition  29 June '18

Parents, Take Note: Pool Noodles Could Have Snakes In Them, Arizona Fire Department Says

The Arizona Fire Department reminded people to check their pool noodles for snakes after a citizen saw a few in an abandoned pool noodle. The department also provided safety measures in case of snake encounters.

Don't Go Down A Slide With Your Kid, Mom Warns

Health/Nutrition  29 June '18

Don't Go Down A Slide With Your Kid, Mom Warns

Heather Clare reminded parents about the dangers of going down the slide with a child as a PSA on playground safety. The mom shared a photo of her 1-year-old daughter who suffered fractures after they went down the slide together.

 Another Reminder Why Gun Safety Is Important: 6-Year-Old Fires Loaded Gun He Found In A Sofa At Ikea

Family Life  28 June '18

Another Reminder Why Gun Safety Is Important: 6-Year-Old Fires Loaded Gun He Found In A Sofa At IKEA

A boy fired a gun at a local IKEA store in Indianapolis not knowing that it was loaded. The gun owner had tested the sofa and did not realize that the firearm had fallen off when he stood up.

Mother Gets Told Her Kid With Autism Shouldn't Be In Public: Here's Her Response

Family Life  22 June '18

Mother Gets Told Her Kid With Autism Shouldn't Be In Public: Here's Her Response

Ashley Wright did what any loving mother would do and defended her autistic son from a man who shamed them in public. The mom said her son does not ruin society and deserves social interaction.

Children Keep On Dying In Hot Cars: What You Need To Know

Health/Nutrition  21 June '18

Children Keep On Dying In Hot Cars: What You Need To Know

The National Safety Council (NSC) released guidelines to remind guardians not to leave a child unattended even for a minute in a car regardless of the weather. Children are susceptible to heatstroke because their body heats up easily than adults’.

Negligent Mother? Boy Breaks $132,000 Statue, Mom Blames Community Center That Put The Artwork On Display

Family Life  19 June '18

Negligent Mother? Boy Breaks $132,000 Statue, Mom Blames Community Center That Put The Artwork On Display

A mom insisted that she is not a negligent mother after her son broke the Aphrodite di Kansas City sculpture on display at the community center. Instead, she blamed the center for displaying the artwork without proper protection.

Skip Kellogg's Honey Smacks Cereal For Now To Keep Your Kids Safe From Salmonella

Health/Nutrition  18 June '18

Skip Kellogg's Honey Smacks Cereal For Now To Keep Your Kids Safe From Salmonella

The CDC has issued a warning against the consumption and retail of Kellogg's Honey Smacks Cereal following a reported outbreak of Salmonella Mbandaka infection. The infected reported eating the cereal before they got sick.

Parents, Take Note: 'Incredibles 2' Uses A Lot Of Strobe Lights

Health/Nutrition  18 June '18

Parents, Take Note: 'Incredibles 2' Uses A Lot Of Strobe Lights

A blogger issued a health alert on some flashing lights in ‘Incredibles 2’ which may be harmful to those suffering from epilepsy and other chronic illnesses. Movie houses have since posted strobe-light warnings on ticket windows to inform viewers.

Mom Loses 2-Year-Old To Measles, Urges Other Parents To Vaccinate Their Kids

Health/Nutrition  16 June '18

Mom Loses 2-Year-Old To Measles, Urges Other Parents To Vaccinate Their Kids

A mother from Serbia shared the loss of her daughter to measles to remind others about the importance of vaccination. The mom also reminded parents that measles can endanger other people's life.

Board Games

Family Life  14 June '18

Want To Make Family Game Nights Fun Again? Here Are Some Board Games To Consider

Family game nights are now enjoyable and memorable with the availability of various board games in the market. The games are now more creative and fun, like the hilarious yet challenging Googly Eyes board game.

Study Says Kids Eat Way Too Much Sugar: Here Are Some 'Healthy' Culprits

Health/Nutrition  12 June '18

Study Says Kids Eat Way Too Much Sugar: Here Are Some 'Healthy' Culprits

A study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed that kids consume more than the recommended added sugar daily. Those as young as six months eat more added sugar than those found in fruits and vegetables.

5-Year-Old Girl Suffers From Tick Paralysis: Another Reminder To Always Check Your Kids For Ticks

Health/Nutrition  12 June '18

5-Year-Old Girl Suffers From Tick Paralysis: Another Reminder To Always Check Your Kids For Ticks

A mom from Mississippi advised parents to check their kids for tick bites after her daughter experienced temporary paralysis from a bite on the scalp. The toddler was unable to walk and struggled to speak because of the tick bite.

Mom Gets Spied On During 'Intimate Moments' Through A Hacked Baby Monitor

Family Life  11 June '18

Mom Gets Spied On During 'Intimate Moments' Through A Hacked Baby Monitor

Jamie Summitt is horrified to learn that someone had been spying on her every time she breastfed her baby. The hacker used the baby monitor to invade her privacy.

Here Are Some Tips To Entertain Kids At The Airport

Parenting  6 June '18

Here Are Some Tips To Entertain Kids At The Airport

Parents can take advantage of some fun activities to pass the time at the airport during flight delays. These include playing the 'I Spy' game or visiting the kid-friendly amenities at the airport.

Bad Parenting: Dad Allegedly Puts Toddlers In Dryer, Records Video To Post On Snapchat

Family Life  9 June '18

Bad Parenting: Dad Allegedly Puts Toddlers In Dryer, Records Video To Post On Snapchat

A dad from Moundsville, West Virginia, is behind bars after he placed his toddlers in the dryer. He also took videos of the kids and shared them on Snapchat.

This Teacher's 'Summer Packet' Is Something Parents Can Really Get Behind

Health/Nutrition  6 June '18

This Teacher's 'Summer Packet' Is Something Parents Can Really Get Behind

A teacher and mom from Florida made her own Summer Packet that teaches kids how to learn from life's experience. These include tying the shoelace and reading a book, to name a few.

Here Are Some Tips To Make Sure Your Kids Are Safe This Summer Swimming Season

Health/Nutrition  28 May '18

Here Are Some Tips To Make Sure Your Kids Are Safe This Summer Swimming Season

Safety should always come first when indulging a child to swim in the pool or on the beach. Young children should have adult supervision and any swimmer, regardless of age, should always have a swimming buddy.

Male Postpartum Depression Is Real, And It Occurs More Often Than We Think

Health/Nutrition  25 May '18

Male Postpartum Depression Is Real, And It Occurs More Often Than We Think

Men experience postpartum depression too although it is not caused by hormonal changes in the body. Male postnatal depression happens because of different factors, including the changes that come with being a parent.

Kate Middleton's Favorite Thing About Motherhood Is Simple And Relatable

Family Life  24 May '18

Kate Middleton's Favorite Thing About Motherhood Is Simple And Relatable

Kate Middleton penned a letter about motherhood and family time in honor of Children's Hospice Week. The Duchess of Cambridge revealed that her most favorite part of being a mom is playing outside with her kids.

May Is Lyme Disease Awareness Month: How To Protect Your Kids From Tick Bites

Health/Nutrition  16 May '18

May Is Lyme Disease Awareness Month: How To Protect Your Kids From Tick Bites

Tick-borne diseases are prevalent in the summer months and one such disease is the Lyme disease. Wearing proper clothing when going outdoors is one way that parents can help prevent their kids from getting the infection.

 Mom Uses Only Paper Plates For Every Meal At Home, And Her Reason Is Touching

Family Life  15 May '18

Mom Uses Only Paper Plates For Every Meal At Home, And Her Reason Is Touching

A mom learned the value of spending more time with her kids than on house chores in an unexpected way. She traded real plates with paper plates so she could spend the time doing the dishes with her children.

Mother Loses Son To Diabetes, Rallies To Make Prescription Drugs More Affordable

Health/Nutrition  14 May '18

Mother Loses Son To Diabetes, Rallies To Make Prescription Drugs More Affordable

Nicole Smith-Holt rallied to lower the prices of pharmaceutical medicines on the eve of Mother's Day. The bereaved mother lost her son to lack of insulin because he could not afford the medicine.

Prevent Drowning

Parenting  4 May '18

May is National Drowning Prevention Awareness Month

How can parents help prevent drowning? Here are some things to remember.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10»

Sign up for our Newsletter

Real Time Analytics