Eat less, exercise more. Seems like an easy enough concept, but it isn't working to cure the problem of childhood obesity yet. New research offered in the journal Pediatrics has a new idea, and it's simplicity might just work!
It was an annual event for the Barber babies. The trip to the Sears Portrait Studio was a big deal in our house and in countless homes across the United States. Sadly though, a post on their website indicates that this iconic tradition may not be an option for families anymore.
"It's not fair!" "You're being mean!" The list of things kids scream at their parents when they don't get their way is endless. The mother of a 10-year-old boy from Brockton, Massachusetts told her son to go to bed Wednesday night. Because there was no school the next day, the boy thought that the 8:00pm bedtime was to early and unfair which prompted him to take matters into his own hands.
We're seeing more and more stories these days about parents who come up with wonderfully embarrassing punishments for their teenage kids, instead of the old standards like grounding them or taking away their phones. That's because some of these new tactics actually work!
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