Topic: Facebook

Annoyed Preschool Expels 4-Year-Old Because Of Mom’s Bitchy Facebook Post

Annoyed Preschool Expels 4-Year-Old Because Of Mom's Bitchy Facebook Post

A preschooler in Florida has been expelled from the private Christian school he attends because the school was less than happy about something his mom said on her private Facebook page. My kid attends a church-run daycare and this is basically my nightmare. I was totally on her side until I read that she tagged the school in her bitchy post. That was a dumb idea. More »

Stop Bitching About All The Baby Pictures On Facebook

Stop Bitching About All The Baby Pictures On Facebook

Hearing people complain about a constant stream of baby pictures on Facebook isn’t new. I’ve often wondered if I am considered one of these offenders. I post pictures of my kids at least once a week, and it’s pretty much all I post on my Instagram account. But what the hell am I supposed to do? This is my life – as pathetic and boring as the rest of the world may think it is. More »

Mom Sees No Kids With Disabilities Represented In Ads, Takes Matters Into Her Own Hands

Mom Sees No Kids With Disabilities Represented In Ads, Takes Matters Into Her Own Hands

It’s the end of summer, and time for kids to go back to school. All kids, including children with disabilities. Unfortunately, all those back to school ads featuring shiny, happy, pimple and attitude-free children rarely (if ever) include kids with disabilities. Why? Because kids with disabilities aren’t considered attractive. And because they remind us of a fact of life that many would rather forget. Photographer Jenni Driscoll, who is also the mother of a child with Down syndrome, is trying to change that.

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Fake Modeling Page Proves We Really Need To Talk To Our Kids About Facebook Dangers

Fake Modeling Page Proves We Really Need To Talk To Our Kids About Facebook Dangers

Ray McBerry, twice failed candidate for Georgia governor, appears to have taken up a new “hobby.” It involves totally manipulating young women on the internet by reeling them in to his fake modeling company. How cliché can you get? Luckily, one teenager told her mom about the weird interaction, and she busted the creepy internet predator. Yes, I’m calling him a predator. Totally lying to and manipulating young women to get them to disrobe in front of you makes you a predator. More »

Pregnant Woman Busted After Posting Shoplifted Dress Snaps On Facebook

Pregnant Woman Busted After Posting Shoplifted Dress Snaps On Facebook

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, pregnant woman goes into a store, shoplifts an ugly dress, posts the images on Facebook and gets busted after people in her hometown recognize the ugly dress and turn her in. No, you haven’t heard this one before? That’s right, because most pregnant women wouldn’t risk a police record to steal a dress that looks like Lisa Frank created it in the early 80′s. More »

doTERRA US Founder Deals With Son’s Burn Tragedy… By Shilling Products?

doTERRA US Founder Deals With Son's Burn Tragedy... By Shilling Products?

On July 2, 15-year-old Max Goddard was a victim of a horrific explosion.  According to his website there was an explosion, he caught on fire, and he ended up with third degree burns on 30% of his body (with second degree burns on another 10% of his body).  His father detailed the parents’ response on a blog post: as any parent in a crisis would do, they immediately doused him with essential oils, gave him a bath, and then drove to the hospital. More »

Girl Uses Butt Selfie To Prove Bullies Wrong

Girl Uses Butt Selfie To Prove Bullies Wrong

I stumbled across a post on my Facebook feed that put a huge smile on my face today. A mom was sharing a story of her daughter being bullied by some peers at her school. The way her daughter responded to her bullies could teach us all a bit about knowing our self worth, knowing when we’re right, and knowing how to stand in our skin and say, “This is me.” More »