This is the hilarious moment a two-year-old boy accidentally bites his dad while pretending to be a dinosaur. The clip, filmed at the family's home in Blackpool, shows Oliver and his dad sitting together growling at each other like
A man caught a two-year-old boy falling from the fourth floor of a residential building in eastern China. In the terrifying video, filmed in the city of Huai'an in Jiangsu Province, the toddler seen clinging on the fourth-floor aircon ledge
A lift dragged a two-year-old girl up to the ceiling after a leash attached to her hand became trapped in its doors. The CCTV footage, filmed in the city of Huangshi in China's Hubei Province, shows the youngster walking into the lift
A toddler has become a member of Mensa and already knows all 50 American states and the alphabet - in three languages. Brainy Izaak Miller, four, has an IQ of 154 - the top one percent for his age range. He passed the Mensa admission test aged
This is the terrifying moment a young girl was seen scaling the outside of a block of flats while her mum was in the shower. The toddler appears to climb out a window before walking along the narrow ledge in Playa Paraiso, Tenerife, the Daily
Is it time to stop apologising for our children’s behaviour? When I end up in one of those awkward ‘you go, no you go’ stand-offs with a stranger, despite the fact it’s nobody’s fault, I’m the first to offer my humble apologies for getting in their way. Surely, motherhood could cure me of my loose-lipped apologies, but somehow having children (twins) has made me up my sorry game even more.
“Last night, having a meal at 7 in a nice pub and a parent got their child to use the potty by their table,” she wrote on the forum. “Why not take the potty to the toilet and put the child there, they are learning to use the toilet, so parents should do that.
The moment your toddler has PM (that’s Public Meltdown) so epic you’re forced, or sometimes even asked to vacate the building. The presenter who now lives in France with her rugby player husband, Richie Myler, had initially shared a sweet snap of her little one walking into his new playgroup, admitting she was nervous about his first day.
Remember how upset the Internet was last year when parents cracked open their kids’ sippee cups to find them riddled with mould? Well prepare for mould gate part two because turns out your baby’s favourite teething toy might not be quite so hygienic either.
Whether it’s ever ok to discipline someone else’s child is one of the thorniest parenting topics around. So it’s no surprise that the debate has been reignited once again online by a mum seeking advice from other parents.