In today's corporate world it might be easy to blame the boss for your work related stress, but a new study suggests that maybe your family is at the root of the problem.
It's not that it's really their fault. It is more likely, scientists say, that genetics are playing a significant role in your reactions to stress.
Christina Diaz and Michael Rubinstein are the parents of 14-week old twins, and before their cross-country flight with the boys, they made up gift bags for fellow passengers, with a cute note written from the twins' perspective.
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These are the toys you made your parents buy for you. Perhaps you stood in line to buy some of these for your kids. Huge bucks were shelled out for the stuff all in the name of fun. Where is all that stuff now? See the toys after the jump.
In years past, it was just moms and dads who got all the rights and responsibilities of parenthood. But thanks to surrogate births, same-sex parenthood and medically-assisted reproduction, all that could be about to change.
One father is getting some flack for videotaping his four-year-old son in the snow, who has nothing on but underwear and shoes. The son is whimpering while his dad makes him run around, but dad says he's only helping his child's character, while others are calling it child abuse.
Watch this video after the jump. Do you think this is funny or do you think this could be a form of child abuse?
We always think about car seats for the small children, but a lot of parents don't know the importance of booster seats for older children too. These seats are often required by law too — yet a new survey finds lots of carpooling moms and dads don't use them consistently.
Sure, the holidays are over, but Jimmy Kimmel is back with some leftover Christmas disappointment! Kimmel's original video of parents giving their kids rotten Christmas presents was such a huge online hit, that they came back with Part II.
What kid wouldn't want to unwrap a can of soup?
Take the jump to catch the video. The presents are horrible, but the kids' reactions are even worse!
If you're a parent, you've probably gotten this question: "Can I open a present early?" Jimmy Kimmel encouraged parents to wrap bad presents, then record their kids' reactions as they opened those "special" gifts a couple of weeks early.
The presents were all bad, but as you'll see in the video, the reactions ranged from cute to downright awful.
Okay, new fathers, pop quiz: it’s 2 a.m. and your infant hasn’t stopped crying for an hour. What do you do?
If you don’t know, maybe it’s time to enroll in baby boot camp.
It’s usually everyone else’s kids who are spoiled (never our own), but a new Parents.com survey reveals that moms and dads are admitting they have a problem when it comes to spoiling their kids during the holidays.