Apparently not even dolphins are safe from the bullying epidemic.
A lone dolphin who has spent the past five days swimming in California wetlands while the rest of its pod returned to the ocean may be a victim of bullying, according to wildlife experts.
The 7-foot, 700 pound marine mammal has been lingering in a shallow channel in the Bolsa Chica wetlands in Huntington Beach, California.
First a dad shoots his daughter's laptop over Facebook, now a mom X's out her daughter's mouth?
An Ohio mother who’d had enough of her 13-year-old daughter spouting off about her on Facebook exacted her revenge in a creative way. Denise Abbott “replaced her daughter’s profile picture with a photo of the girl with a red ‘X’ superimposed over her mouth," according to MSNBC.
"Bad habits are like a comfortable bed, easy to get into, but hard to get out of." - Anonymous
“Good boy!” My toddler says those two words like they are magic. He points at himself proudly. “I no hit Sienna. Cookie.” He waits for his reward. But I just look at him with a note of dismay, so he adds another magic word. “Please.”
“A little hope is good,” says the wicked President Snow in the best-selling science fiction novel, The Hunger Games. “But too much hope is very dangerous.”
1. Pokemon, Bakugan, LEGOS, Ninetendo DS…(Whatever it is) ROCK
There will be something that your son is intensely interested in (obsessed with) that you could not care one flying leap about.
Last week, we featured a blog post called "Frank and Funny: Kids Have No Filters." It's about those moments when your child says something totally embarrassing and you wish the floor would just open up and swallow you whole.
You know what we're talking about - you're in a public place, when all of the sudden your little darling loudly points out some observation or repeats something you once told them.
Last Sunday, I sat with a group of parents watching our nine-year-old daughters play the first basketball game of the season.
Next to us, a young boy, maybe five years old, sat playing on an iPod. No headphones. It was very loud. It was very annoying.
The following is a guest post from Kristen Wolf, author of The Way.
Today I watched something unfold that upset me as a mother.
This is a letter to all the athletes, singers, actors, actresses and anyone else in the spotlight:
While I believe in freedom of expression and speech, there are many children around the world who idolize and look up to you.
“Having children makes you no more a parent than having a piano makes you a pianist.” - Michael Levine
Driving home from a long day at work, I was imagining the blissful greeting from my beloved children. But the actual scene I came home to was a different story. Sienna, my 9-month-old, was crying. When I picked her up, instead of gurgling a happy hello, she baptized me in the carrot puree she’d had for dinner. Alessio, my 2-year-old, tried to snatch Sienna away so that he could squiggle into my arms. “Sienna down!” he demanded.