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Frozen Freak Out [VIDEO]

Dads are punks. We know this. Dads are supposed to drive you bananas. When you think about it, they're just like brothers. They love you, want to keep you safe, but can't help it when they feel like pushing their little girls' buttons

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Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

7 Ways To Keep Your Sanity And Entertain The Kids On Snow Days

It's snowing out and schools and day care centers across the South Coast are closed yet again, which means the kiddos are home and are probably three seconds from driving you completely bonkers (if they haven't successfully done so already).

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Are Parents Letting Their Kids Watch More Movies With Sex And Violence?

 

Are parents getting desensitized to sex and violence in movies? A new study reveals that "PG-13" movies now contain more violence than they did in the 90s, and the number of sex scenes in "R" rated movies is up too. But

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Have You Heard How Much It Costs To Raise A Child?

If you recently had a baby, congratulations! Now go find a second job!

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Stressed Parents Need To Get Relief Before It Is Too Late [VIDEO]

A recent Harvard School of Public Health survey found that being the parent of a teenager ranks right up there with single parents!

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An Open Letter To The Mom In the Mini Van

Dear Mom In Van,

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Baby Keeping You Up? Guess How Much Sleep Parents Lose in the First Year?

A new British survey reveals that parents of a newborn lose an average of 44-nights of sleep in the first year of their baby's life. To find this, researchers asked over 1,800 people to estimate how many times they were awoken by various things

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Yelling at Your Teen Makes Matters Worse

Yelling at your teen to behave is more likely to make them defiant and depressed according to a study out of the University of Pittsburgh.

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Breastfeeding May Raise a Babies’ IQ

Breastfed babies may be smarter babies, according to a new study.

Researchers found that children who were breastfed through the first year after birth scored higher on measures of language recognition at age three, and higher on verbal and non-verbal IQ tests at age seven

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What’s the Best Country to Be a Mother?

Being a mother is hard work, but there are just some places where it’s easier than others.

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