Fatherly advice from a man who didn’t have one. Continue reading The “Internet’S Dad” Is Making Sure Anyone without a father, Still get’s the Fatherly Advice They need.
A will is your only means of expressing your wishes about who is to receive all of your real estate, cash, and other personal property. Once you are gone, this document is all your family has to speak for you. … Continue reading CREATE YOUR FREE LEGAL WILL ONLINE IN TEN MINUTES
I have six nieces and nephews and some are around the age when it is time for “the” talk about how babies are made and where they come from. I am very glad I don’t have to explain it to any kids but for … Continue reading Humor | Parents Explain The Bird and Bees To Their Kids
How to Make a Loved One’s Time in the Hospital Easier for Everyone Profile by Mihir Patkar EXPAND A hospital stay—especially an unexpected one—his already hard on the person in the bed, but it’s hard on everyone else too. If the … Continue reading To Do | Making Hospital Stays Easier For Friends and Family
Published by StoryCorps Jun 18, 2014 Bryan Wilmoth and his seven younger siblings were raised in a strict, religious home. At StoryCorps, Bryan talks with his brother Mike about what it was like to reconnect years after their dad kicked Bryan out … Continue reading Storycorps Presents | A Good Man
pas·sive-ag·gres·sive adjective of or denoting a type of behavior or personality characterized by indirect resistance to the demands of others and an avoidance of direct confrontation, as in procrastinating, pouting, or misplacing important materials. See the rest at The Chive. Continue reading *soulTHINGS: Passive-Aggressive Notes from Parents
Something tells me that the children of all these parents are going to grow up to be just fine. From Buzzfeed 1. The mom who came up with the “get along shirt.” Via: reddit.com 2. These parents who know how to travel with kids. Via: helphiddlesgotme.tumblr.com … Continue reading Insiration: Parents Who Totally Rock