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This 4-Year-Old Makes Paper Dresses With Her Mom — And They Keep Getting More Amazing

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on February 28, 2014

By Ilana Wiles, Mommy Shorts

o-1643876-570I started following @2sisters_angie a little over a year ago. Back then she was posting the typical stuff you see from moms on Instagram — pics of her daughter at the park, pics of her daughter eating breakfast and lots of photos of her daughter playing dress-up.

You know, the same stuff I post.

Then, about nine months ago, Angie’s feed started to change. It became clear Angie’s daughter (she calls her “Mayhem”) was more interested in fashion than the average 4-year-old. Mayhem shunned her store-bought princess dresses and started wrapping herself with scarves and sheets creating her own styles.

Then one day Angie got tired of finding her clothes in Mayhem’s toy box and suggested they make a dress out of paper. Mayhem loved the idea and they haven’t stopped creating paper dresses since.

I’ve been continually amazed every time Angie’s pictures pop up in my feed. The dresses started like this:

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And over the last few months, I’ve watched them evolve to this: Read the rest of this entry »

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Emotional Baby Is Moved To Tears By Mom’s Singing

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on October 31, 2013

This 10-month-old’s impassioned response to her mother’s private performance of “My Heart Can’t Tell You No” gives a whole new (beautiful) meaning to the word “cry-baby.”

The little one was identified by Canada’s TVA as Mary Lynne Leroux. Mom, Amanda, told TVA that she’s too shy to sing in public — but clearly, she’s found an appreciative audience at home.

Our hearts can’t tell YOU no, kid.

 @HP

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9-Year-Old’s Talent Is About To Make Her Very Famous

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on October 31, 2013

When 9-year-old Amira Willighagen from Nijmegen stepped onto the “Holland’s Got Talent” stage, no one was expecting such a big voice to come out of such a very little girl.

Her incredible rendition of Puccini’s “O Mio Babbino Caro” from the opera “Gianni Schicchi” earned her a Golden Ticket from the judges that would take her straight to the live show. Read the rest of this entry »

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10 Ways Living With a Toddler Is Like Being in Prison

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on August 19, 2013

By Mike Julianelle

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As a parent, your schedule is often dictated by the needs of your child, especially when that child is young.

The necessity of getting a toddler home for a nap — as well as the need to get them to bed for the night before the sun has even gone down — can cripple your day. Being sequestered in your home for a few hours is usually better than dealing with a public meltdown from an overtired toddler, so sometimes, the trade-off is worth it. Still, raising a toddler can be rather suffocating. Read the rest of this entry »

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Latest Parenting Trend: The CTFD Method

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on July 19, 2013

By David Vienna, Screenwriter, playwright and author of  TheDaddyComplex.com

ParentingI know many people want to stay current with the latest parenting trends — attachment parenting, minimalist parenting, Tiger Mother parenting, et al. Well, I’ve stumbled upon a new technique that will guarantee your child grows up to be an exemplary student and citizen. It’s called CTFD, which stands for “Calm The F*ck Down.” And that’s not a message to give your kids. It’s for you.

Using CTFD assures you that — whichever way you choose to parent — your child will be fine (as long as you don’t abuse them, of course). To see it in action, here are some sample parenting scenarios and how CTFD can be employed:

  • Worried your friend’s child has mastered the alphabet quicker than your child?Calm the f*ck down.
  • Scared you’re not imparting the wisdom your child will need to survive in school and beyond? Calm the f*ck down.
  • Concerned that you’re not the type of parent you thought you’d be? Calm the f*ck down.
  • Upset that your child doesn’t show interest in certain areas of learning? Calm the f*ck down.
  • Stressed that your child exhibits behavior in public you find embarrassing? Calm the f*ck down.

Yes, using the CTFD method, you’ll find the pressure lifted and realize your child loves you no matter what, even if they’ve yet to master the alphabet. You’ll also learn that whether or not you’re the best parent in the world, as long as you love your child, they’ll think you are and that’s what matters. Plus, CTFD makes you immune to those that prey upon the fears of new parents, like pseudoscientists and parenting authors.

To use CTFD, just follow these simple steps:

  1. Calm the f*ck down.
  2. There is no second step. Read the rest of this entry »

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Twins Fighting In Womb Video: New MRI Technique Reveals Early Double Trouble (VIDEO)

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on December 3, 2012

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“It’s my womb!” “No, it’s my womb!”

Siblings apparently are never too young to be rivals, a video taken from a new high-clarity MRI scan shows.

The high-tech monitor, also dubbed the “cinematic MRI,” allows doctors to see, in better detail, when twins vie for space in utero, Dr. Marisa Taylor-Clarke of Imperial College’s Robert Steiner MR Unit in London told Reuters.

While the new MRI provides amazing footage, it has an important application on a diagnostic level: Doctors use it to diagnose how fetuses are affected by twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome (TTTS) — a dangerous condition in which one identical twin siphons blood away from the other, the doctor said.

“A lot of the so-called videos in the womb are very processed, so they do a lot of reconstructing and computer work afterwards. These are the raw images that are acquired immediately,” Taylor-Clarke told New Scientist to explain why she uses the technique to study TTTS. Read the rest of this entry »

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Photographer’s Son’s Cuteness Is Just Unbearable

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on August 25, 2012

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Our hearts melted when we came across a photo of toddler Ethan and had to share with the world (you can thank us after you click through the gallery). We’ve had quite a few contenders that could be entered into a “most adorable baby ever”competition here on HuffPost Parents, but Ethan has a few advantages — chubby cheeks, hipster sweaters and a photographer dad, Dotun Ayodeji. Sometimes, when you’re that cute and your parent is a talented photographer, the “OMG” factor can be almost too much to handle. (More proof: Kayla, Kristin and Henry). Click through the slideshow below, say AWW for as long as you need, then let us know in the comments — who are the cute kids in your life?

 Cutest Kid in America? Read the rest of this entry »

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Judging A Book By Its Cover: A 6-Year-Old Guesses What Classic Novels Are All About

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on July 17, 2012

Written by Sunny Chanel for Babble.com.

A 6-Year-Old Guesses What Classic Novels Are All About

“Momma, what’s this book about?” That is a question that I hear every time we go to our local bookstore as my very curious six-year-old daughter picks up eye-catching books from various sections from fiction to biographies to psychology. My family spends a fair amount time in bookstores, so this is a query I’ve become accustomed to hearing and one I try my darndest to answer (but really, how does one explain James Joyce’s “Ulysses” to a 6-year-old?). Read the rest of this entry »

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