One scientist thinks children should be taught swear words to educate them on the way explicit language affects others.
The seven uniformed firemen pose with their babies that were born just a few months apart.
Parents from across the globe are taking to Instagram to highlight the hilarious difference between life before and after having children . Founded by dad Mike Julianelle, Instagram page, Got Toddlered , encourages parents to send in amusing submissions and the results are something to behold. In the bio, Julianelle jokes that the images don’t have to include toddlers, as “they destroy regardless of age.” The father-of-two also runs a popular blog titled ‘Dad and Buried’ where he shares a candid insight into his relatable experiences with newfound parenthood. Julianelle told Huffington Post : “Obviously, it’s meant to be lighthearted, and no one is seriously blaming their children for the state of their faces or lives.” He added, “Except for me when I seriously blame my kids for the state of my face and my life, which is basically all I do on my blog and Facebook page and Twitter.” Inspired by his hilarious comparison between life before and after having kids, parents have taken to the social media platform to share their own experiences. Whether it’s swapping parties for nights in or giving up holidays for sick-stained cuddles, these are the most hilarious before and after pictures to have ever graced the Internet. Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Mum sparks fierce debate about getting her four-year-old daughter’s ears pierced Forget dabbing: ‘The Floss’ is the dance craze you need to know about Should a parent ever admit one child is there favourite?
Airline staffers charmed by the plucky preteen's letter put together their own flight vouchers to cover the cost of an upgrade.
A school district official in Colorado says plans for a four-day school week is a “significant” change for students, parents, and the community, “but our district can no longer be expected to do more with less financial resources.”
Over the years, the 8-year-old experimented with various looks, having stars, stripes, and zigzags shaved into her hair with no complaints from the school — until now.
From "Bambi" to "Moana," many Disney and Pixar movies feature a character death that’s central to the plot. A recent study suggests that these movies can be used to help teach kids about death, and experts agree.
A mom's post about her daughter being shunned by their church because the 9-year-old wanted to wear a pantsuit instead of a dress to communion has gone viral.
A video of a mother and daughter dancing on a stripper pole has caused controversy. A video of a mother and her young daughter dancing on a stripper pole has people divided over the woman’s parenting style. On Wednesday the Shade Room posted an Instagram video of a mother named Ezama and her young daughter performing a dance on a stripper pole, in what looks like their home.
Merce and Mylee are on their way to breaking the Internet — and they’re only 9 years old. The two kids, who playfully call themselves boyfriend and girlfriend, were pictured tearfully hugging each other in a tweet posted on Monday evening.
A little girl who suffers from alopecia and lost all her hair got the chance to celebrate “Crazy Hair Day” at school — with a twist.
Can the Gap shed its boy/girl aisles for a more gender-neutral approach? Five-year-old activist Alice Jacob is learning early in life that standing up for what you believe in can really make a difference. Jacob first made a name for herself earlier this month, when the Washington Post published the letter she’d written to Gap CEO Jeff Kirwan, asking for less girls shirts with “pink and princesses” and more with “cool” images, like the “Superman, Bat Man, rock-and-roll and sports” usually reserved for boys.
Cate Blanchett wore edgy Louis Vuitton to the 2016 Tony Awards and flowery blue Giorgio Armani Privé to the 2016 Oscars. Suffice to say that she takes her style, if not herself, seriously.
Last week, a mom from Louisville, Ky. went viral after she posted a sweet exchange with her 5-year-old son on Facebook. In it, she shared how her son Jax wanted to shave his head so he could look just like his best friend Reddy. “He said he couldn’t wait to go to school on Monday with his hair like Reddy’s so that his teacher wouldn’t be able to tell them apart.