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AleksandarNakic via Getty ImagesA young mother bonds with her son during a winter holiday. Emotional vulnerability has been viewed by many as a negative quality, particularly for men and boys. In a recent survey, one-third of boys said they believe society expects them to hide their feelings when they’re sad or frightened, and another third
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Kids may say the darndest things, but parents tweet about them in the funniest ways. So each week, we round up the most hilarious quips from parents on Twitter to spread the joy. Scroll down to read the latest batch, and follow @HuffPostParents on Twitter for more! Love those rare days when your kid can
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FatCamera/GettyParents are seeing positive changes in their kids as they go back to in-person learning. Like millions of other kids around the country, my second-grade son has been fully remote learning since last March. Ask any caregiver and they’ll nod in agreement: It’s been awful, and that’s a terrific understatement. 2020 was hard on everyone,
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Getty Images Although miscarriage is very common, it can feel difficult to talk about. Up to 20% of known pregnancies end in loss, yet many who’ve been through it still describe a sense of shame and stigma around the experience. It may feel even more uncomfortable to address miscarriage with children. If your child knows
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The term “self-care” tends to evoke images of bubble baths, scented candles, long walks and restorative meditations. But it looks a little bit different for parents. The funny child-rearers of Twitter have shared their approaches to self-care, from hiding in attics to drinking champagne for breakfast. In honor of their … creativity, we’ve rounded up
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Experts tout the benefits of making art for child development, but parents know the uncontrollable quantity of art kids are capable of creating. The funny moms and dads of Twitter often share their attempts to interpret their kids’ drawings, approaches to disposing of excess doodles, honest reviews and more. Below, we’ve rounded up 55 relatable
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The British royal family is expanding in 2021. On Feb. 9, Princess Eugenie and her husband, Jack Brooksbank, welcomed their first child. Over the weekend, the couple announced their son’s name, August Philip Hawke Brooksbank, and shared two sweet family photos. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Princess Eugenie (@princesseugenie) Meanwhile, Prince
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Exposing all children to inclusive books is important in so many ways. A diverse picture book library offers children with plenty of “mirrors” (in which they see their own experiences reflected back at them) and “windows” (through which they learn to connect with and care about others who are different from them). These 15 picture
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