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Relationship PSA: Don't Be the Parent Who Fakes Incompetence to Avoid Doing The Work
When a Redditor asked her husband to take the kids for the day so she could get a break, she was met with confusion, radio silence, and fake incompetence.
These PSAs Show the Beauty and Importance of Adopting Teens From Foster Care
Each year, more than 23,000 teens age out of the U.S. foster care system. This 17-year-old campaign is trying to change that statistic.
Watch This Kid Get More Done in a Day Than Most of Us Do in a Week—Not That We're Avoiding Laundry or Anything
One kid tackles a laundry list of tasks (including laundry) before he even opens a school book. And a TikToker has a video to prove it.
Chasten Buttigieg Claps Back at Homophobe Who Attacked Photo With Pete and Their Twins
A man lost his job after leaving bigoted comments on Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg's family photo.
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Study Shows Babies Born During Pandemic Have Slight Developmental Delays—Here's Why You Shouldn't Worry
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Redditor Wants To Know What Newest Parenting Advice 'Grinds Your Gears'
Despite some people's opinions, you're doing a good job—even if you tell your child they're doing a good job.