• 1 kid is enough or shud hv 2 in a family?

    12 answers · 20 hours ago
  • My 4 yr old niece threw a tantrum at publix today because I wouldn't buy her a candy bar. Was I wrong?

    Best answer: No, it's not wrong to deny candy to a child who's overweight, and even if she's not overweight she shouldn't be eating candy every day. You were acting correctly, as a good aunt.
    Best answer: No, it's not wrong to deny candy to a child who's overweight, and even if she's not overweight she shouldn't be eating candy every day. You were acting correctly, as a good aunt.
    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • My 6 yr old daughter is throwing a tantrum because I refuse to buy her Zaxbys for dinner. Help?

    Best answer: you have your own answer. YOu spoiled her for 6 years and now you think you can just switch. Sorry, your kid is still spoiled. YOu brought this on yourself. If it were me, I'd take her straight home to bed. Maybe a night of hunger will bring her a bit in line.
    Best answer: you have your own answer. YOu spoiled her for 6 years and now you think you can just switch. Sorry, your kid is still spoiled. YOu brought this on yourself. If it were me, I'd take her straight home to bed. Maybe a night of hunger will bring her a bit in line.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why parents punish their kids for bad grades?

    I took my report card, which was a mess last week and now I am grounded. He will not allow me hang out, be online(pretending doing homework right now),have my phone or computer,ps4 and ps3 or even watch tv and I will have to study all day. There have been like only 3 days I am grounded and I am suffering. Why the... show more
    I took my report card, which was a mess last week and now I am grounded. He will not allow me hang out, be online(pretending doing homework right now),have my phone or computer,ps4 and ps3 or even watch tv and I will have to study all day. There have been like only 3 days I am grounded and I am suffering. Why the heck he will punish me? I am a good kid ,I just dont feel good studying a lot. I dont even know how long I will be grounded and that is killing me. Is there anything I could do? If no how the heck I will survive this grounding? Idk if I could see the answers but thanks everyone Sorry for the grammar mistakes there might be
    19 answers · 3 days ago
  • I'm very confused; what do you think is holding me back?

    I live in California and have been looking for well-paying work for 10 YEARS. There isn't any outside of computers, healthcare or the vocation trades. I do have a 2-year degree in Mathematics but that isn't enough. I think I can do a lot of things but my ideas never seem to lead me anywhere. I can... show more
    I live in California and have been looking for well-paying work for 10 YEARS. There isn't any outside of computers, healthcare or the vocation trades. I do have a 2-year degree in Mathematics but that isn't enough. I think I can do a lot of things but my ideas never seem to lead me anywhere. I can offer online services in: - Math-tutoring (up to calculus): too many websites offer this online for free - Computer Repair: more people are buying computers instead of fixing them. - Bookkeeping: too many people entering this field; most earn minimum-wage. - Florists: this industry has crashed. - Psychic-Reading: ? - Book Copy-Editing: ? - ESL English-tutoring: I've been told there isn't enough demand. - General or Legal Transcription: Voice-recognition is taking over this field. As for a career, I'd rather be a manager at an ice-cream store but my parents said corporate may not want a 40 year old man. ______ I've been told by many people on this site, that without a college-degree there is simply too much competition in these fields. I am at my wits end. I'm thinking of going homeless soon. Advice Please.
    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • Would you agree that poverty breeds poverty?

    If a child sees her mother having multiple kids on government assistance, she's going to think that lifestyle is the norm and she'll probably grow up to be like her mother. Why do poor people even have kids?
    If a child sees her mother having multiple kids on government assistance, she's going to think that lifestyle is the norm and she'll probably grow up to be like her mother. Why do poor people even have kids?
    20 answers · 4 days ago
  • How can single mothers afford Daycare if it's so expensive?

    Best answer: You understand it's entirely possible for a single mother to be a lawyer, a doctor, a CEO, etc, right?

    But then, you have this very odd obsession with single mothers and daycare anyway. You need therapy.
    Best answer: You understand it's entirely possible for a single mother to be a lawyer, a doctor, a CEO, etc, right?

    But then, you have this very odd obsession with single mothers and daycare anyway. You need therapy.
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is it wrong to want another baby?

    Best answer: I think you could hone new skills before getting pregnant again. You need to rule those two little girl's roost. Daddy is the big guy, the swagger, but those little girls of yours need to be getting with the program now. Build a strong "we all belong to the same family tribe and the tribe has expectations... show more
    Best answer: I think you could hone new skills before getting pregnant again. You need to rule those two little girl's roost. Daddy is the big guy, the swagger, but those little girls of yours need to be getting with the program now. Build a strong "we all belong to the same family tribe and the tribe has expectations and requirements" unit in the family bond. Start now. The six year old has to take turns, wait in lines, wash her hands, listen to what the teacher says, not talk when it's someone else's turn, raise her hand, pay attention, go along to get along... every day in school. Why not at home too? The 4 year old can learn to start practising the skills she'll need in school. She's not far from it. Total chaos is not the environment to introduce a new baby into. So work on how the tribe functions first. Punish them for bickering, arguing, yelling, complaining ,nagging.. etc. Those aren't really acceptable behaviors. And they're sure not cute behaviors. The more kids in a household, the more the rules need be understood and expected to be followed. With wisdom and love, of course. Little people are still people. They need teaching more than punishing but learning a consequence to their actions is a vital part of early childhood.
    16 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why my parents never buy me necessary stuff?

    Like pen,calculators,food?
    Like pen,calculators,food?
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Parents: What would you do if your 12 year old son cursed at a younger child on a tween virtual world?

    The younger child being 9 years old, and your son (and his 11 year old online friend) enjoys bullying her just because she’s younger. You get an email saying your son had been permanently chat banned (had his chat privileges on the website taken away by moderators), since this wasn’t his first offense. In fact,... show more
    The younger child being 9 years old, and your son (and his 11 year old online friend) enjoys bullying her just because she’s younger. You get an email saying your son had been permanently chat banned (had his chat privileges on the website taken away by moderators), since this wasn’t his first offense. In fact, he had been temporarily banned 11+ times before, for cursing at other children, disobeying online staff, etc. What would you do?
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • If you don't recognize a child whom you've invited to your kids bday party is it rude to ask them who they are?

    This is kind of a dumb question but it has been bothering me since I had my sons Birthday party the other day. He invited 20 kids all of whom showed up, obviously I hadn't met a lot of these kids s he is in grade 1 and they were a lot of friends from school. As I was trying to put a name to each face I found... show more
    This is kind of a dumb question but it has been bothering me since I had my sons Birthday party the other day. He invited 20 kids all of whom showed up, obviously I hadn't met a lot of these kids s he is in grade 1 and they were a lot of friends from school. As I was trying to put a name to each face I found myself asking some of the kids "and who are you?" or asking the parts "and whos this?" was this rude of me to do, do you think the parents were offended or is this normal? after asking a few kids who they were I thought maybe I was being rude and the parents expected me to know their child. any thought? dumb question I know but I need to stop feeling bad about this :P
    7 answers · 22 hours ago
  • Do you blame people for giving their kids downers and sleep aids?Because I don't.?

    I'm a 40 year old guy and I've never had kids but I understand why some give them a shot of vodka. The little ashholes can be loud and annoying! 😂
    I'm a 40 year old guy and I've never had kids but I understand why some give them a shot of vodka. The little ashholes can be loud and annoying! 😂
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • How do I approach my son about his mustache and shaving?

    My son has a noticeable mustache upon his upper lip and has had it for a couple of months now. I have not really mentioned or talked about it with him. I do not know if he likes it or does not like it. It has gotten darker since he first grew it. I kinda want him to start shaving but I do not know what to say. Help?
    My son has a noticeable mustache upon his upper lip and has had it for a couple of months now. I have not really mentioned or talked about it with him. I do not know if he likes it or does not like it. It has gotten darker since he first grew it. I kinda want him to start shaving but I do not know what to say. Help?
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is this my fault? I just need some advice, I’m too scared to ask. Please read?

    I’m 16 and last week I was at a party... and my best friend(guy) said at the start of the party“D(my name) is so ******* hot I wanna bang her so bad, I’ll **** the life out of her” I got nervous when I heard that,I’m a virgin,it’s the first time I ever got scared of him.When the party ended he took me home because... show more
    I’m 16 and last week I was at a party... and my best friend(guy) said at the start of the party“D(my name) is so ******* hot I wanna bang her so bad, I’ll **** the life out of her” I got nervous when I heard that,I’m a virgin,it’s the first time I ever got scared of him.When the party ended he took me home because he promised my dad. We sat in the car and it took him 30 sec to be on top of me.I screamed he started kissing my lips so I would shut up, he started talking off my shirt,he opened the button of my jeans and started saying why are these so tight?wear a thong next time I started feeling pain I wanted to scream but his mouth was covering mine.As he keept on going he could tell I was in pain and all he said was -baby let me finish I’m almost done, I’ll take you home after this.and gave me a tissue when he was done. -why the hell are you crying?You asked for it,why did you get all touchy with me today?I knew you had a crush on me I’m not dumb!Stop worrying I won’t let anyone know or get close to you,I love you stop crying He dropped me off and says:I promised your dad I’ll get you home by midnight we’re late I’ll walk you in and apologize play along. He walked me in,my dad opened.my dad and J dad are friends since the army,my dad likes J I haven’t told anyone about this,I don’t want to get J in trouble.it’s the first time I talk.I’m embarrassed to tell my dad I don’t want to tell school counselors etc.I just want advice for how do I get over this?Is this actually rape?
    11 answers · 5 days ago
  • Our daughter doesn't like our best friends son. Now what?

    My husband & I have a 7 year old daughter. Our best friends have a 6 year old son. They have always been around each other since they were babies. They always got along great as toddlers. Now that they are getting older, my daughter is getting to the point where she can't stand him. When we go over to their... show more
    My husband & I have a 7 year old daughter. Our best friends have a 6 year old son. They have always been around each other since they were babies. They always got along great as toddlers. Now that they are getting older, my daughter is getting to the point where she can't stand him. When we go over to their house, she always tries to get along with him, but after a little while, she is asking to go home. Has anyone else had to deal with this? How did it work out? I don't want to make my kid suffer & deal with a child she doesn't like. But I also don't want to lose our best friends.
    13 answers · 4 days ago
  • I am not sure if this is okay for a babysitting profile bio? any thoughts, comments, advice for improvement?

    Hi! My name is ___. I am 24 years old. I have a lot of experience taking care of my nephews and some friends children. I love working with children, babies in particular. I was CPR and First-Aid certified, however since I recently moved to Las Vegas, I haven t had the chance to get re-certified. I have three boys... show more
    Hi! My name is ___. I am 24 years old. I have a lot of experience taking care of my nephews and some friends children. I love working with children, babies in particular. I was CPR and First-Aid certified, however since I recently moved to Las Vegas, I haven t had the chance to get re-certified. I have three boys of my own, ages 1, 4, and 8. So I would be great caring for more than one child. I prepare meals, my kids say I am a good cook but they won t eat the veggies. I am creative and energetic.
    5 answers · 11 hours ago
  • Whenever my parents ground me it last anywhere from like an hour to 3 days. Is that a normal amount of time or is that less than normal?

    one of my friends and I were talking about our parents today when we met up at her house to finish a project for our history class and she was grounded for something so the topic kind of came up. She said she was grounded for a month over sneaking out. I told her my parents have never grounded me more than 3 days... show more
    one of my friends and I were talking about our parents today when we met up at her house to finish a project for our history class and she was grounded for something so the topic kind of came up. She said she was grounded for a month over sneaking out. I told her my parents have never grounded me more than 3 days for anything. She told me that that's not even really being grounded and my parents are cool if that's all they do. I always feel like my parents are way more strict than hers are though. Yeah, I only get grounded for a few hours or days, but my parents do it for every little thing. I was late for curfew by 3 minutes once and that was 3 days in my room and doing a lot of chores. For her it's just major things like sneaking out. I've never done anything like that, I think being a few minutes late for curfew is about the worst I've done. That and one time when I lied about where I was. I got 3 days for that and my parents closely monitored everything I did for a while. Me and my friend are both 13 (close to 14) if that matters. Is the way my parents do things normal or not????
    7 answers · 2 days ago