This week’s issue of Time magazine features a cover story on attachment parenting, a controversial form of child-rearing that involves breastfeeding to an older age, co-sleeping and wearing children in slings. It also features a cover image of a mother breastfeeding her three-year-old son that’s sure to raise a few eyebrows.
Thanks to comic book superfan and fitness instructor Anthony Le, all of our geeky cosplay dreams have just come true with this spectacular Iron Man suit complete with moving parts. We want it!! How can we get one?
In his latest video, five-year-old comedian Zay Zay rails against lazy parents and plots delicious revenge against his slothful dad. Sure, kids can be helpful around the house. But, if this video is any indication, you may want to think twice before you ask them to fetch you something to drink.
A precocious little girl explains where babies come from in this hysterical video. And, lest we continue being uninformed, she also describes in great (but adorably inaccurate) detail how babies are actually delivered.
We’ve all heard of flash mobs before — groups of people who spontaneously assemble in a public place to perform a seemingly pointless act. But did you know that pillow fights are also part of flash mob culture?
Madonna’s halftime show at the Super Bowl wasn’t just notable for M.I.A.’s middle finger. At one point during the performance, a backup dancer pulled off an impossible-looking move that can only be described as a “windmill foot.”
It’s been one year since Ted Williams, the homeless “man with the golden voice,” became an overnight sensation after a video interview with a local reporter went viral. ‘Entertainment Tonight’ recently checked in with Williams to see how he’s fared since then.
Few would honestly describe air travel as a pleasant experience, but one flight attendant made a Southwest Airlines flight something to remember by dropping some ‘phat’ rhymes during the announcements.
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