Keeping the kids occupied while you go about your shopping or on road trips can be a challenge, an even bigger challenge if you want them to be learning at the same time. Parenting.com has come up with a list of cool iPhone apps for kids that are free or really cheap that they say will keep your kids productively occupied. What are they?
When a man grows a beard it may take some getting used to. When he shaves it off it again takes some time to adjust. This little girl had probably never seen daddy without his bushy beard so when he decided to shave it off it came as a shock to her. Did she say, "Daddy, you look so much younger"? Not quite.
When I was a kid my cookingskills were limited to throwing a hot dog into a pan of boiling water. The kids on the new FOX reality show "Masterchef Junior", debuting Friday, are apparently somewhat more skilled in the kitchen. It's described as a cooking competition between 24 kids ages 8 to 13. From the looks of the trailer they're pretty good. Check it out.
I'm sure we've all seen a skateboarder do some kind of crazy trick risking life and limb. Maybe you even have a son or daughter who has scared the heck out of you with some dangerous skateboard maneuver. Just think how Egil Gunnar of Iceland's parents must feel watching him pull off this trick!
No parentwants to be the bad guy but there are times--plenty of them if you ask me--when you have to say "no" to your kids. It may be in a grocery store line, a toy store, a recreation park or any one of a number of places or situations. Here are a few tips on saying "no" along with a video tutorial.
We all have been amazed at one time or the other by kids doing an incredible job singing the National Anthem before a sporting event or other occasion. How about if we combine all these great performances of this really difficult song in one terrific video.
What says "summer is finally here" better than being smacked repeatedly in the chest by a small child? Lemonade? Sure. The distant jangle of ice cream trucks? Absolutely. Fireworks and BBQ? Okay, fine, we get it
She said her hair was "itchy". That's the excuse this little girl gave to her mom when asked why she had cut her own hair. Mom, needless to say, was less than thrilled particularly about the part where she used a forbidden object--a scissors--to do the deed. Check out the result.
Wondering what the kids can do this week, if they're home on spring recess? How about bringing them to the library. The Utica Public Library on Genesee Street in downtown Utica, is offering crafts, movies, games and fun for kids all week.
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