Humans by nature defy what is considered right and wrong. Your child is no different and from time-to-time, will challenge your sense of right and wrong. When that happens, try this modern approach to giving your toddler a timeout.
With every passing year, a Terminator style "Judgement Day" seems more and more likely. In the off-chance that machines turn the tides and put humans to work for them (wait doesn't this already happen?) and if it happens in my lifetime, I would like to make a digital record of my plea to be spared …
When my seven year old niece was a toddler, I used to call her a "Donald's Baby". I'm not sure if she ate a lot of McDonald's, but I do know that anytime she was in the car with me, she would yell out "Donalds, Donalds!" every time that big yellow M was nearby. Nothing …
I am a dreamer. Ever since I was 10 years old, I wanted to be a business man. I remember getting in trouble at school for having my own hustle. I was a gum dealer. I would buy Bubblcious in bulk and sell it for a markup. I turned $1 into $5 in a week, …
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