Changing rooms could be off-limits, while kids are likely to only be allowed in for lessons.
By Morgan Greenwald, In The Know Two refuse collectors are going viral after getting caught on the wrong end of a family's trash-themed prank (which you can watch below). The stunt began when Shannah Hammons, who runs a TikTok account with
A third of kids would rather spend time in their bedroom alone than hang out with their parents.
"What are you naming her, Maggie May from down the way?" a disappointed grandma-to-be says in a Facebook video that has been shared more than 10,000 times.
A primary school teacher in Texas has decided not to give her pupils any homework at all - so they can enjoy more quality family time. Brandy Young sent a letter home to confirm that any work outside of school was scrapped for the year, after much thought on the issue. “Homework will only consist of work that your student did not finish during the school day.
The Relationship Distress Monitor report outlines how parenting stresses and financial pressures are leaving almost 1.4 million families at breaking point. It is also claimed that the effects of constant bickering and stresses at home have a ‘far-reaching’ impact on children, who are then more likely to fall into antisocial behaviour and crime. Dr David Marjoribanks, senior policy officer at the charity Relate, which carried out the report, said: ‘It is not just the actual breakdown of the relationship itself, it’s specifically the conflict that surrounds that.
I saw my ex-husband in court last week. It was the first time I had seen him in longer than I could remember; the exact date lost in an 8-inch-thick legal file of court proceedings that is currently lying on my desk. In fact, I could count on one hand the number of times I have seen him since I started that file four years ago.
Hannah Yarker, who is white, and Kyle Armstrong, who is of mixed black and white heritage, have twin daughters with different skin tones — Myla is darker while Anaya is fair. Their proud mom says she can’t walk through the grocery store without being stopped multiple times, and she’s constantly explaining that the girls are twins, and yes, they’re both her daughters.
“I need to speak to you about your child.” The usher looked at me with a pained expression. I nodded and stood up. I was at a dance performance in New York City with my 7-year-old daughter, Jo Jo.
“Both my boys, I think, are too young to understand that what we do isn’t a normal thing,” says Trevor Mulligan. The Los Angeles father isn’t talking about anything actually outrageous, though, just the fact that he chose to become a stay-at-home-dad while his wife financially supports their family — despite the fact that he was raking in an impressive $120,000-a-year at work.