Parents

We feel overwhelmed by the tragic event that led to the death of 20 kids and 6 adults in Connecticut. Violence is never an answer, and an event of this kind is very hard to understand both for grown-ups and for kids. If kids are not given the opportunity to…

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As kids grow up, there are good chances they’ll ask you this question, for instance because an older cousin tells them they’re stupid because they still believe in Santa’s existence. That’s the case of Jameson for instance, who wrote an amazing letter to Auntie Rita (today on Timbuktu), providing several proofs that…

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The 1980s- those were the good ol’ days with MC Hammer pants, slap bracelets, and toys that were, like, totally gnarly! 80s’ kids’ entertainment didn’t come from iPads or Wiis, but these toys still offered hours of endless fun. If you spent your childhood during the 80s, you’ll probably feel…

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It’s Black Friday, let the holiday shopping begin! Whether you are a pro and have been standing in line since early morning to get your hands onto all that goodness on sale or you’re happy to wait for the crowds to thin down before you have a look at the…

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Every year in the U. S., about 10 out of 1,000 people are diagnosed with autism. Usually, parents notice signs of this disorder within the first two years of their child’s life. Despite its prevalence, there are many things we still don’t know about autism. Videomakers Mark Jonathan Harris and Marhsa…

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Happy Universal Children’s Day! We decided to celebrate with something that keeps us connected to childhood: all the things our parents used to tell us when we were kids (that we probably disliked) that we’ll eventually repeat to our own children. Are you already experiencing this cycle? We want to…

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