Have you ever watched your husband change a diaper, feed your baby, or take them out for the day and wonder to yourself…”I’m never letting him touch my baby again.” Good news for you then. This dad (who nails it by the way), shared an instructional video on “how to” with the baby. He teaches everything from diaper changing to taking a baby on an airplane flight. Have your husband’s watch this instructional video and you’ll never have to worry about leaving him alone with the little ones again.
Since the last Presidential Election we have all heard more than an ear full about Donald Trump becoming President of the United States. I’m willing to bet you’ve heard some good stuff and some not.
However one thing is for sure, everyone has an opinion about it and have no problems sharing that opinion. Something that has always come to mind though, is how do kids feel about it? Do they have honest opinions or are they just repeating what they hear their parent’s saying?
This is kind of a fun video we came across from late night talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live. After you watch this, ask your own little ones how they feel about our current President and see if they have their own take on it.
New Year’s Eve is a favorite of many people. It’s party time galore that usually ends up with the next day off of work, which means hangover…no problem. Well that was before you became a parent. Now come along the kids. You assume at first the kids are going to add to the joy and fun, but sadly that’s not usually the case.
As the night goes on, you’re left holding a screaming child that just wants to go to sleep and has no idea what is happening. Your explaining that it’s about to become 2018 and seriously, they don’t know what that is and couldn’t care less. You’ve been drinking cocktails all night so you are beginning to burn out which isn’t helping. You think the kids will have fun! They will love all of the streamers, confetti and balloons. The reality of it is, after a night of partying, you’ll be listening to that New Year’s Eve kazoo ALL DAY LONG the next day while you nurse a throbbing hangover headache. It won’t end there though. That kazoo will hang around for at least the next month…minimum!
Well…you can always stay up as a family until midnight watching movies and eating junk food, anticipating the fireworks as it turns 2018. The reality of this is you end up with a child that is so tired that they can’t decide if they want to fuss, cry or better yet…both. As they are crashing from a sugar, popcorn high, you’re crashing from an alcohol high. Don’t forget, you still have the next day to look forward too. The kids will still be crabby and chances are you will be too.
The biggest mis-conception is, “if the kids go to sleep at 12:30 am, they will sleep until noon the next day.” Ha…no chance Mom. Unless they are too sick to even move, kids will rise at the crack of dawn no matter what. They will still be up at 5:00 am and they will be extra grumpy from the lack of sleep. Enjoy that day off and Happy New Year!
To read more about spending New Year’s Eve with your kids, go to cafemom.com
Don’t you just love it when your child tells you a joke and you don’t know how to react because it literally makes no sense? They think it’s the funny thing in the world, so you just laugh anyway. Good news…we have a few jokes you can tell your child that they will roll on the floor laughing over. They’ll also have fun sharing them at school or with their friends, or possibly you again.
- What do you call Santa when he stops moving?
- Why was the little boy so cold on Christmas morning?
Because it was Decembrrrrr!
- What comes at the end of Christmas Day?
The letter “Y!”
- What do snowmen eat for breakfast?
- Why do mummies like Christmas so much?
Because of all the wrapping!
- What does an elf study in school?
- What do you get if you mix a vampire with a snowman?
- What is a cow’s favorite holiday?
To see the whole list of these hilarious jokes, go to redtricycle.com
It’s hard trying to keep the Santa story going year after year. With Christmas fast approaching I bet you can already feel the stress. If you have little ones, you go through all sorts of difficulties to keep the children from finding out the Santa myth. At least most of us do. The parents of Mila Stauffer don’t really have to worry about it.
This 3 year old little girl is not at a loss for words or opinions. Check out this video…we think you will get a kick out of it.
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