I lost my mother last month and I am still having a hard time reconciling the loss. I hope she knew how much I loved her and how much she meant to my life and the person I am. I find myself wishing I could have done more to give back to her, if only a small portion of what she gave me and my siblings for so long.
One thing about kids, they will stick to their guns and stand firm on whatever they are telling you. My son and I had an exchange last night about some homework he said he "lost". As flawed as his argument was, he never broke from his story and stuck to it like glue on a hair piece.
It's Valentine's Day and love is in the air and the below video shows that jealousy is in the air as well, but it's not anywhere near as negative as it might sound. Babies tend to feel a little competition from one parent or the other, especially when one parent shows open affection for the other.
There is no greater gift than the opportunity to give back to your parents for everything they have done and sacrificed for us. This video is a great example of how powerful that can be. Brian's dad is a lifelong Cincinnati Bengals fan, but has never been to any NFL game, let alone a Bengals game. Brian changed that.
This video may not have any real social significance and it's certainly not the most news worthy story of the day. However, with everything going on in the world today and on the nightly newscasts, sometimes we just need something to remind us that life is good and humanity can be a beautiful thing.
Sometimes, the best things come in small packages, like the below video which is less than 10 seconds long but so educational. For dads; having to do your daughter's hair before school can be challenging. I raised three daughters and perfected the top of the head ponytail, or as I liked to call it...'the sprinkler head'.
Sometimes you just need something to get your day started with a smile and a good laugh. This video will certainly accomplish that for anyone who watches it. Two identical twin baby girls are in the high chairs eating their peas when dad decides to provide the girls a little entertainment during their meal on his guitar.
Christmas is done for another year, but for Bethany Arnold will hold the magic of Christmas in her heart for a long time to come. Santa visited Bethany's classroom and gave all the kids the one toy they asked for, except Bethany did not ask for a toy.
Georgia resident Eugene Ashley claims he was too drunk to remember giving his then-three-year-old son a tattoo on his shoulder that read "DB," for "Daddy's Boy."
However, the evidence of the 26-year-old's poor judgement remained etched on his boy's arm, and once a Georgia Department of Child Services worker saw the tattoo ,Ashley was arrested for giving a tattoo to someone unde