Little kids like to stick things inside their mouths, ears and noses. From toy soldiers and toy cars, to carrot sticks, pencils, crayons and more, some curious toddler somewhere has jammed it down his gullet or into his nose.
Moms who make their kids the center of their worlds to the detriment of everything else may think they’re better parents, but a new study finds they may be setting themselves up for a major bout of depression.
Eleven year old Harper Gruzins really can sing the National Anthem. Harper, from Texas, gave a really horrible performance of the Star-Spangled Banner before a Major League Soccer match Saturday night as heard on the KTDY Morning Show Tuesday.
While some parents prefer the use of non-violent disciplinary actions against their mischievous children, others take no shame in dishing out some good old-fashioned corporal punishment as a means of teaching little junior some of the lessons of life.
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