Topic: Childrearing

Paleo Parenting Is Perfect For Raising Children In Hunger And Darkness

Paleo Parenting Is Perfect For Raising Children In Hunger And Darkness

One of today’s most popular diets is the Paleo Diet. If you are not familiar with the Paleo Diet, I would say that you’ve been living under a rock, but living under a rock is very Paleo. To eat the Paleo way is to attempt to mimic our “primal ancestors” (as Paleo followers refer to them) and eat mainly meats, nuts, fruits, and vegetables. If Uggsnorf the caveman couldn’t eat it, then neither can you. Paleo has become so popular that it has turned into a lifestyle for many people, and that includes how they parent. Parenting like cavemen? Sounds dangerous and filthy. Tell me more! More »

Daycare Teacher Bites Toddler In Idiot Attempt To Teach Him Not To Bite

Daycare Teacher Bites Toddler In Idiot Attempt To Teach Him Not To Bite

At a private daycare in Woodbridge, Virginia, a daycare teacher has been arrested for biting a 13-month-old boy on his shoulder in retaliation after he bit another teacher. And then the owner of the daycare told her staff not to report it to the child’s parents or the police. One of them did anyway, because oh my god this teacher bit a freaking 13-month-old. PS, it also left a mark. More »

10 Images That Prove Stock Photographers Have No Idea What A Working Mother Is

10 Images That Prove Stock Photographers Have No Idea What A Working Mother Is

Searching for working mothers in a stock photography database will blow your mind. It’s as if no stock photographer has any idea that a working mother can’t actually bring her baby to the office with her. It’s hilarious. I guess a plain old photo of a woman in an office would never suffice — how ever would we realize that she has used her womb to make babies? More »

10 Things Nobody Tells You About Baby #2

10 Things Nobody Tells You About Baby #2

Let’s imagine that the difficulty of taking care of one kid is represented by the variable X. Having passed high school algebra, you can feel fairly confident that two kids will then turn the difficulty into 2X. But you’ve got a baby genius on your hands (I mean, come on, who doesn’t?), one that prefers calculus. Your baby thinks in logarithms, and so the difficulty level is actually X squared. Have fun! More »

Attachment Parents Really Think They Are Doing It Better Than Everyone Else

Attachment Parents Really Think They Are Doing It Better Than Everyone Else

Last night, Bravo’s Extreme Guide to Parenting continued it’s theme of showcasing parents who have gone off the rails with their parenting decisions because they feel they were wronged by one or both of their own parents. This week’s couple is practicing “Conscious Attachment Parenting,” mainly because mom was abandoned by her father as a child and now she refuses to put her baby down. I’m not making fun of abandonment issues, I have them, too. I just don’t take them out on my kid by forcing her to be attached to my boob 24/7, sleep in my bed, and live in a wrap attached to my bosom.
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