Posts tagged "kids"

The Beautiful Story Of Ryland Whittington: A 7-Minute Guidebook For Parenting A Transgender Child

"Wow" is all I have to say after watching this beautiful video that tells the story of Ryland Whittington, a bright, fun, loving little boy who happens to be transgender. Ryland's story is fairly typical of many transgender kids -- around age 3, he started rejecting a traditionally feminine presentation and self-identifying as a boy.

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / May 29, 2014

Mommie Dearest: My Son’s Long Hair Gets Him Mistaken For A Girl

My seven-year-old son has hair that many people would kill …  or at least pay an arm and a leg at the salon for: honey blonde with natural ombre highlights, ringlets that cascade down, skimming right above his shoulders. [I have seen photos of Avital's son and his hair is indeed glorious. -- Amelia] To to…

By: Avital Norman Nathman / April 23, 2014

Missing Toddler Found Inside Claw Crane Toy Machine At Bowling Alley

When a mom in Lincoln, Nebraska, realized her three-year-old son was missing from their apartment, she called the police, and a frantic search of the neighborhood ensued. Meanwhile, at a bowling alley down the street, employees were doing a double take at a shockingly realistic stuffed toddler toy that had suddenly appeared in their claw…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / April 16, 2014

Watch This 3-Year-Old Become “Action Movie Kid” With Special Effects

When your dad works for Dreamworks, a few perks come along with it -- like being transformed into an action hero. Daniel Hashimoto, a Dreamworks animator, has put together a series of videos of his three-year-old son James that he's infused with special effects. The videos are an adorably wacky idea, but I'm mostly jealou…

By: Claire Hannum / April 11, 2014

Watch This Adorable Little Girl Learn About Stranger Danger

For little Ye Bin, a.k.a. the Cutest Child Who Ever Lived, stranger danger is a little confusing. After all, why would you ever refuse someone offering you cookies? With her mom's help, she eventually gets the idea, but not before stumbling through an adorable learning curve. [Huffington Post]…

By: Claire Hannum / March 15, 2014

Parents Lip Sync “Frozen” Song Perfectly; Daughter Remains Unimpressed

If your life involves kids in any way, then you've probably had the "Frozen" soundtrack on constant repeat in the car, at home, on the computer, and even in your head. (Is "Let It Go" actually playing out loud right now, or does it just exist on permanent loop in your brain? You may never…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / March 12, 2014

Tired Of People Asking When You’re Going To Get Married And Have Kids? Get A Mannequin Family!

In a move I can only call brilliant, Starz Entertainment Group art director Suzanne Heintz shunned the traditional marriage and family life in favor of something far more unconventional. For the last 14 years, Heintz has been living with her strong but silent husband Chauncey and her never-rebellious teenage daughter Mary Margaret as part of…

By: Ami Angelowicz / March 6, 2014

Frisky Rant: Kids Don’t Belong On Leashes

On my way into work this morning, I had the displeasure of walking behind two women who, in each of their hands not clutching their coffee, held leashes that were harnessed to their respective children. Not dogs — children. The woman on the left had three kids, all on individual leashes, and the woman o…

By: Katie Oldenburg / March 4, 2014

This Baby-Inspired Workout Will Strengthen Your “Awww” Muscles

Tummy time: an important part of your baby's development and, as new dad (and health coach) Michael Stansbury demonstrates, the next best thing to a personal training session for busy parents. Watch Michael follow his baby daughter Lilly Ann's patented core-strengthening moves, including the "Superman," the "head on the ground," and the "lay down." My a…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / March 3, 2014

Four-Year-Old And Her Mom Flawlessly Recreate Red Carpet Dresses … With Construction Paper

See that little girl rocking a flawless -- if slightly more crinkly -- recreation of Lupita Nyong'o's Golden Globes dress? She's known as Mayhem (coolest nickname ever? I think so), and she's become something of an Instagram fashion icon for the amazing construction paper couture she and her mom, Angie, make together. Before the two…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / February 27, 2014

How To Prep For A Meeting With Bill Nye, According To A Fashion-Savvy 9-Year-Old Girl

Fourteen years ago, when author George Dyson was gearing up to meet Bill Nye The Science Guy, his 9-year-old daughter Lauren had some very important advice for him. So important, in fact, that it merited a letter with starred bullet points. My favorite is "Don't wear sweatpants at ALL. Jeans are OK sometimes." Applicable to…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / February 9, 2014

Be My Boyfriend: Guy Who Built An Adult-Sized Version Of The Little Tikes Coupe

Dear John Bitmead, AKA The Guy Who Built An Adult-Sized Version Of The Little Tikes Coupe, When I was growing up, my youngest brother had a Little Tikes coupe car, and my other brothers and I delighted in having him drive it up to the edge of this small cliff by our driveway, and then pushing him…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / January 31, 2014

Photo Of Baby-Toting Dad Doing His Daughter’s Hair Goes Viral

It's not hard to understand why this picture went viral: 39-year-old Doyin Richards and his kids are pretty damn cute. As Doyin explained on his blog, Daddy Doin Work, his wife usually does his two-year-old daughter's hair in the mornings but one day she was running late. He was on paternity leave in October, whe…

By: Jessica Wakeman / January 9, 2014

New Favorite Thing: Kids Who Suck At Hide And Seek

Is there anything cuter than a kid who thinks she's dominating hide and seek, but is actually completely visible to everyone? The answer is no, as illustrated by this hilarious roundup of failed hide and seek photos. I couldn't resist compiling a few of my favorites. Click through to see if you can spot these tiny master…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / January 8, 2014

Aww: Missouri Grandfather Uses His Social Security Check To Build Dollhouses For Disadvantaged Kids

This holiday season, a dozen Missouri kids whose parents couldn't afford gifts received an ornate, handmade dollhouse, all thanks to an 81-year-old retiree named Earl Hurshman. For the past year, Hurshman has been using nearly all of his monthly social security checks to buy dollhouse supplies at his local hobby store, and assembles the miniature Victorians,…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / December 26, 2013

Mommie Dearest: 5 Questions To Ask If You Think You Want To Have Kids

Earlier this week, Jessica asked the question that passes through the mind of many a woman: How do you know — really know — if you want to have kids? It’s a good question and an important one. Kids are a big decision. They’re not like those cute, fuzzy chicks people buy as gifts o…

By: Avital Norman Nathman / December 6, 2013

Girl Talk: How Do You Know, Really Know, You Want To Have Children?

I have a couple of girl friends whom I really envy. They know exactly what they want — or rather, what they don't want.  They don't want to have children.  Two of my girl friends are childless by choice, which means that while they enjoy being involved in the lives other people's children, they have…

By: Jessica Wakeman / December 2, 2013

Call It What You Want, Porscha Starr, But That Looks Like Lingerie For Kids To Me

This picture here?  This is lingerie for kids.  The mesh lace over the belly and the butt?  The lace on the sides?  If I wasn't convinced already due to my own familiarity with lingerie as a grownup lady, I would turn right to the Porscha Starr press release and its vehement protestations that their lingerie…

By: Jessica Wakeman / November 22, 2013

Artist Creates Real-Life Versions Of Kids’ Drawings Of Their Grandparents

Yoni Lefevre was tired of the way elderly people were viewed as frail, weak, and boring in society and the media, so The Netherlands-based designer came up with a way to portray senior citizens through the eyes of people who see them as dynamic characters: their grandkids. In a photo series called "Grey Power," Lefevre…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / November 15, 2013

Awesome Parents Convince Kids Their Plastic Dinosaur Toys Come To Life Every Night In “Dinovember”

Every November, Refe Tuma and his wife wait until their daughters are fast asleep, and then create intricate scenes with their toy dinosaurs, making it look like the toys have come to life overnight and wrought havoc around the family home. The brilliant parents call their tradition "Dinovember." It started with the mischievous dinos getting…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / November 14, 2013
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