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Zoo Blames Mom for Tragic Death of 2-Year-Old Mauled to Death After Falling Into Pit

Zoo Blames Mom for Tragic Death of 2-Year-Old Mauled to Death After Falling Into Pit

A Pittsburgh zoo where a two-year-old boy died after being mauled in a wild African dogs exhibit has accused the toddler's mom of being at

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Letting Children Watch Hours of TV Improves Academic Ability

Letting Children Watch Hours of TV Improves Academic Ability

Researchers at the University of London found that children who watched three or more hours a day were three months ahead of their peers who

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Should You Teach a Baby to Talk From Birth or Is It Pushy Parenting Gone Mad?

Should You Teach a Baby to Talk From Birth or Is It Pushy Parenting Gone Mad?

My daughter Minnie's favourite topic of conversation at the moment is art school. 'When I go to art college in September I'll get the train

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How a Newborn Can Ruin Your Marriage

How a Newborn Can Ruin Your Marriage

The arrival of a baby is greeted with joy and delight by family and friends alike. For the little one’s parents, however, nothing will ever be

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Parent Forces Children to Hold Embarrassing Signs

Parent Forces Children to Hold Embarrassing Signs

One parent has taken to shaming his sons into submission by making them wear signs detailing all their wrongdoings.  WSVN informs that Darius Hepburn of Northwest

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More Than Three Hours of TV 'Makes Youngsters Naughtier by the Age of Seven'

More Than Three Hours of TV 'Makes Youngsters Naughtier by the Age of Seven'

Children who watch TV for more than three hours a day are more likely to get into trouble, says new research.It found viewing time among

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The REAL Way to Predict a Baby's Sex

The REAL Way to Predict a Baby's Sex

No chapter of human life attracts more curiosity and wonder than pregnancy.The moment a woman announces she is expecting, she opens the floodgates to a

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Parents' Shock After Restaurant Bill Shows $4 Discount for Their 'Well Behaved Kids'

Parents' Shock After Restaurant Bill Shows $4 Discount for Their 'Well Behaved Kids'

A Washington couple were left stunned after their server handed them the bill for their family's dinner - and they saw they had been given

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3 Things Your Daughter Needs From You That You May Not Realize

3 Things Your Daughter Needs From You That You May Not Realize

As Valentine's Day approaches and thoughts of love are in the air, your daughter's future love life may not be occupying your thoughts. Right now,

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When My Daughter Cut Her Own Hair

When My Daughter Cut Her Own Hair

The day after Christmas, my 3-year-old took a pair of scissors to her hair. It wasn't difficult to imagine her methodology: first a small section

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Things You Never Thought You'd Never Ever Have To Say

Things You Never Thought You'd Never Ever Have To Say

Are “Don’t lick the _________” and “Please don’t pee on the _______” parts of your daily conversations? That’s because you’re a mom. In fact, we

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The Season of Innocence

The Season of Innocence

If I had to show you innocence, I would show you smocking on a dress. A cup of milk. Frost on a jack-o-lantern. A dandelion

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Planning Holidays: I'm Dreaming of a Pink Christmas

Planning Holidays: I'm Dreaming of a Pink Christmas

I'm dreaming of a Pink Christmas.I'm not sure why I don't "do holidays" well. Whenever one comes up on the calendar's horizon, I feel antsy.

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Stay-at-Home Dads, Stay Away!

Stay-at-Home Dads, Stay Away!

Sometimes when I see stay-at-home dads being all competent and relaxed, hoisting their toddlers with one hand while making realistic elephant sounds, I feel a

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'My Dad Is Allergic To Facebook'

'My Dad Is Allergic To Facebook'

Title: "Allergic To Facebook" Author: Victoria Age: 7 Assignment: "The teacher had the kids create their 'memory books' for the end of the school year," mom writes. Standard student

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Are Kids Starting Kindergarten Too Soon?

Are Kids Starting Kindergarten Too Soon?

Parents who decide to hold summer babies back and have them start kindergarten a year later may be onto something. New research finds that kids born

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Birth Complications On The Rise in America

Birth Complications On The Rise in America

Severe complications from childbirth are rare in the U.S., but they are becoming more common, a new government study finds. Between 1998 and 2009, the rate

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When Should Kids Hit The 'Off' Switch?

When Should Kids Hit The 'Off' Switch?

Picture this: You're gathered at the dinner table with your family, and the mood is light and relaxed. No one is in a hurry to

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Does Your Kid Need Minecraft Rehab?

Does Your Kid Need Minecraft Rehab?

If there was a 12-step program to get my 11-year-old son to stop playing Minecraft, he'd be going to meetings. Minecraft is an interactive online game

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Let My Daughter Be One of the Boys

Let My Daughter Be One of the Boys

My daughter Ellis was playing with some friends. These friends are older and are boys and the play was getting rowdy -- just a little

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Mom's 10 Technology Commandments

Mom's 10 Technology Commandments

  If I were Queen, I would make everyone repeat after me: "Technology is addictive and allowing children to attempt to regulate themselves is akin to helping

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'Up All Night' Season 2: Will Arnett And Christina Applegate Talk What's To Come

'Up All Night' Season 2: Will Arnett And Christina Applegate Talk What's To Come

The charming "Up All Night" (Thursdays at 8:30 p.m. ET) has always seemed a little like the red-headed stepchild of NBC's comedy line-up; it doesn't

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The Best Parent Blogs This Week

The Best Parent Blogs This Week

This week in Parenthesis, Homemaker Man gets a pocketful of fairy dust, Mike Spohr ruminates on the importance of old friends in dark times and

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The Word I Prefer You Not Use to Describe My Daughter

The Word I Prefer You Not Use to Describe My Daughter

My daughter Ella is amazing, but something rubs me the wrong way when I hear people refer to her as "sad." Not her personality. Her

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6 Silly Baby Products That Aren't Necessary

6 Silly Baby Products That Aren't Necessary

When you're pregnant for the first time, the planning and preparation for your baby can be one of the most thrilling, fun experiences ever. The

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Which Love Language Do You Speak?

Which Love Language Do You Speak?

They say that French is the language of love, but how many of us actually speak French? Well, I do, but that's really neither here

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A Wish For My Daughters

A Wish For My Daughters

I dare you to. Go on. I dare you. Make it through this new Expedia commercial without at least tearing up. It's three minutes long,

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Is Your Child a Cheater?

Is Your Child a Cheater?

In the past year, the headlines have been filled with stories about cheating scandals at some of our most esteemed high schools and colleges, schools

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Help Your Teen Ace the Midterms

Help Your Teen Ace the Midterms

I love teaching at a great public university, the University of Michigan of the West, because my daughters went to a great public university, the

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5 Rules of Netiquette For Kids

What is the "right" age for youngsters to begin texting and using social media? As the Mom of two elementary school-aged daughters and an educator

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Strangers on a Train Trip

Strangers on a Train Trip

Did you know September was Grandparents Month? Neither did I. And now it's over, so if you have kids in the house and parents who

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Forget the Need to Forgive

The Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur always gives me the opportunity to reflect and think about those I may have wronged in the past year

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3 Reasons to Organize Important Documents

3 Reasons to Organize Important Documents

Who doesn't want to live an organized life? Virtually nobody, based on my conversations with women from across the country. Yet many people find the

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Midwife & CEO Langevin on Becoming an Eco-Mom

Midwife & CEO Langevin on Becoming an Eco-Mom

This feisty Fire Dragon leads Topline Marketing, one of the most successful wellness and grocery brokerages in the premium sustainable sector. She's got the gift

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Children Learn About Ownership Quickly

Ownership is an interesting concept. Unlike many other aspects of objects, ownership depends on the history of the object rather than its features. If you

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Embracing Asperger's Syndrome

Last week I celebrated my 50th birthday here in London, surrounded by friends and family members. It was a night of unmitigated revelry; an evening

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Worried Your Kids Don't Eat Enough Calories?

Worried Your Kids Don't Eat Enough Calories?

Americans are consumed with calories. But when it comes to kids, the relationship is backwards: Instead of worrying that kids are eating too many calories,

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20/20 Hindsight Guide for Surviving High School

20/20 Hindsight Guide for Surviving High School

Ahhhh... the beauty, the certainty of 20/20 hindsight. As my youngest nears the end of high school, I have reflected upon what qualities, learned in

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Are Kylie Jenner's lips achievable with just 'overlining' make-up?

There's not much I can say I have in common with Kylie Jenner, but one thing we do share is a somewhat thin upper lip - or at least, we used to. Recently, however, Kylie's appearance has changed, and while thousands have accused the 17-year-old Keeping Up with the Kardashians star of getting lip injections to transform her pillowy pout, Kylie insists it is all thanks to the clever use of make-up to 'overline' the outline of her mouth.
Are Kylie Jenner's lips achievable with just 'overlining' make-up?

In fine feather: TOWIE's Lucy Mecklenburgh makes a statement in winter white at launch party of her new perfume in London

Lucy Mecklenburgh seemed to have taken inspiration from Audrey Hepburn's iconic look in Breakfast at Tiffany's.
In fine feather: TOWIE's Lucy Mecklenburgh makes a statement in winter white at launch party of her new perfume in London

Gemma Collins will still pocket £40,000 for I'm a Celebrity

She barely had time to unpack her swimsuit and didn’t eat so much as a cockroach.
Gemma Collins will still pocket £40,000 for I'm a Celebrity

'The Hunger Games" Thai opening marked by arrests

Police detained three student activists Thursday at the opening of the latest "Hunger Games" movie in Thailand, where opponents of May's military coup have adopted the film's three-finger salute as a sign of defiance.
'The Hunger Games" Thai opening marked by arrests

Kim Kardashian rocking the ripped jeans looks

Kim Kardashian arrives to the nail salon looking toned to wearing ripped jeans and plunging T-shirt
Kim Kardashian rocking the ripped jeans looks

Poppy Delevingne is old-school glam in pearly silk gown

Poppy Delevingne stunned in a cleavage-baring dress at the Save The Children Secret Winter Gala on Wednesday night.
Poppy Delevingne is old-school glam in pearly silk gown

Actress Beverley Stuart-Cole had to use costumes to hide bruises from beatings

An actress whose abusive fiancé lashed out at her when he discovered she was due to appear nude in a play was forced to use her stage costumes to hide bruises.
Actress Beverley Stuart-Cole had to use costumes to hide bruises from beatings

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