What do babies think?
This Halloween, decorate your house with these easy-to-make bat trees using simple supplies.

Kids teach us how to say “Thank You”

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Funniest parenting quotes of the week

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Can’t argue with that!
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Can’t argue with that!

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A whole new [and hilarious] perspective on motherhood… 

4 year old baffled by nursery rhyme. Can’t stop laughing. 

Day of the Dead or Dia de Muertos is a holiday celebrated throughout Mexico and other countries around the world. Traditionally, a skull or “calavera” (in Spanish) is decorated to help celebrate the day. Turn ping pong balls and battery tea lights into “Sugar Skull” magnets for a great way to open up a dialogue with kids about holidays celebrated in other countries.

Day of the Dead or Dia de Muertos is a holiday celebrated throughout Mexico and other countries around the world. Traditionally, a skull or “calavera” (in Spanish) is decorated to help celebrate the day. Turn ping pong balls and battery tea lights into “Sugar Skull” magnets for a great way to open up a dialogue with kids about holidays celebrated in other countries.

Don’t judge a book by its [inside] cover… 

Don’t judge a book by its [inside] cover… 

3-year-old Mateo Makes His Case for Cupcakes: “Linda, honey, just listen.”

THIS CHILD!

Preach!
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Preach!

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Awww. 
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Awww. 

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Dad leaves hilarious notes in his daughter’s lunchbox. 

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Rosh Hashanah begins on September 24. If you’re planning a celebration, consider making THIS simple apple sauce recipe from the new book, “Apple Days: A Rosh Hashanah Story.”

Rosh Hashanah begins on September 24. If you’re planning a celebration, consider making THIS simple apple sauce recipe from the new book, “Apple Days: A Rosh Hashanah Story.”