15 Teachers Share Their Most Embarrassing Classroom Moments

Some are the result of their own embarrassment, some are from their students, and some are a conglomeration of embarrassment and hilarity that could never be duplicated on purpose. Below are 15 of the best, in my opinion, so please enjoy. 15. A used recorder. “As I’m sure most adults remember, part of the curriculum…


10 Smart Dads You Might Want to Take Some Pointers From

It pays to get creative while parenting – it’s fun, and if it keeps your kids safer and you a little bit saner, it’s a triple win. And these 10 dads are totally winning. #10. Points for remembering the baby had bare feet, honestly. View this post on Instagram Lost sock? No problem, you got…


This Mom Has No Patience for the People Trolling Her Unusual Baby Name

While it’s true that what a person chooses to name their child is really nobody’s business but theirs (and said child’s, eventually), people must know that making unusual or seemingly careless choices will lead to others – even complete strangers – voicing their opinions on the matter. That said, if you choose to share that…


This Might Be the Most “Extra” Nanny Job on the Planet

Some parents these days go the extra mile for their kids and honestly, most of them don’t even seem to realize they’re being a bit crazy. I’m not sure whether or not that describes this mother looking for a nanny for her five-year-old twins, but whether she recognizes it or not, her ad is pretty…


20 Of The Cutest Things Ever Uttered By A Child

Anyone who has children knows the adage “kids say the darndest things” is 100% true. And while sometimes those things are creepy or horrifyingly embarrassing in public, there are times when they’re so sweet and adorable that you actually melt. The parents of these 20 kids from the Buzzfeed Community must be big old puddles…


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7 Reasons I’m Never Giving Up Baby Wipes Even After My Kids Are Bigger

I can’t tell you how many times my husband and I have discussed the many amazing uses for baby wipes and wondered aloud how on earth we lived without a package in the car, the living room, and the bathroom before there were small, always-sticky humans living under our roof. Basically, I’m unsurprised that we’re…


These 1968 Hospital Instructions for New Moms Show How Much the World Has Changed Since Then

It’s one thing to realize that things have changed a lot in the world of childbearing and raising kids over the past 40 years, and it’s another to see those differences in black and white. That’s probably why these 1968 hospital instructions to new mothers strike us now as so incredibly odd. Micala Gabrielle Henson…


You Might to Want to Steal This Teacher’s Great Way of Getting Her Kids to Talk About How They’re Feeling

It can be hard to talk about your feelings, so it makes sense that your kids aren’t exactly forthcoming when you try to pry what sort of day they’ve had out of them when you pick them up. Knowing what sort of attitudes are walking into her classroom every morning is also something that can…


Here’s the Best Age to Get Your Toddler to Start Doing Chores

At the beginning, having your toddler do chores around the house creates more work than actual help, but if you stick with it, you’ll have a kiddo who is used to helping out around the house instead of fighting you at every turn. In theory. And not only that, but accomplishing things at home instills…


This Mom Is Facing a $1,000 Fine and Possible Jail Time Because Her Toddler Couldn’t Hold His Pee

As a mom in the thick of potty training, I can tell you that it’s not the highlight of my parenting journey (so far). It’s exhausting, it’s messy, and when it comes to toddlers, you don’t have much time between when they identify they need to pee and when it’s too late to get to…