As a parent, you try to find the best person to watch your children when you go to work or have that date night, but sometimes things can go a little crazy. Check out these crazy babysitter stories and if you can’t relate to them, maybe give your sitter a little next time you use her!
If your family loves the outdoors but not this cold weather, here’s a fun idea you can try: build a campfire. You can sit around it, stay warm, enjoy some outside time with your kids, tell stories, roast hot dogs and so much more. Just remember to be safe!
If you have a little iPad fan, and you’re looking for a way to keep them occupied while you’re stuffing the turkey this Thanksgiving, you might just want to stop and give thanks for these apps. Lil Sugar has put together a list of Thanksgiving apps for kids, and it’s got everything – jokes, games, stories and more.
There’s no better way to get in the mood for Halloween than by diving into a spooktacular story. Check out Reader’s Digest’s list of 9 Great Halloween Books for Kids to find fun Halloween books for kids of all ages.
When you married your wonderful husband and started a family, you probably had images of a “happily ever after” kind of life, right? What you may not have imagined is an evil, overbearing mother-in-law trying to have a say in everything you do. That said, if you think your mother-in-law is bad, you should check out these mother-in-law horror stories from moms across the country. They may just make you feel a little better about your life.
Adoption often gets a bad wrap from parents or prospective parents who have suffered through years of waiting, custody disputes, broken systems and other trials and tribulations. Often, the happy, positive stories – and there are many – go unnoticed. Niki Davis at Modern Mom is one mom who has an amazing adoption experience and she’s ready to stare her “mommy story” with the world.
Does your child like to read books on your iPad? If so, you’re not alone. Here is a look at some books that seem to be as big a hit on the iPad as they are in print. Books include favorites such as Toy Story 3, Miss Spider’s Tea Party & The Going to Bed Book.
Ted Geisel, or Dr. Seuss as he is better known, has been dead for nearly two decades, but come September 27, he’ll have a new book on the market. The book, The Bippolo Seed and Other Lost Stories, is an anthology of seven stories that the famous children’s author wrote for Redbook Magazine in the early 1950′s. According to Kate Klimo, the vice president of Random House (the company that is publishing the book), Dr. Seuss books are currently selling better than ever before.