The day a teen gets his or her own iPhone is usually one of the happiest of their youth. They're finally seen as responsible, semi-independent individuals. However, this 13-year-old, whose mother decided to attach her own 18-point agreement of rules and guidelines in exchange for the phone, might have reason to look for happier days.
This guy's Dad Level = Outer space. With some donated old electronics and a master control board found in a TV station's dumpster, he built his son a spaceship. Then Redditor JeremiahGordon shared his results with the world. We must admit, we're pretty impressed. Take a look!
Witnessing a temper tantrum oozing from the sticky mouth of a spoiled little whipper-snapper is not only a less than desirable experience, but it also carries enough nerve-bending weight to turn us adults into the Jimmy Hoffa of the local cherry red behind union.
Children have some sort of magical power to do things that grownups can’t — if some jerk stood on the balcony overlooking the escalator and waved and said goodbye to every single person who went by, it could easily ruin your trip to the mall. For some reason, though, when little Chloe does it, everyone smiles and waves back and it’s completely adorable.
When your kids go back to school, it’s almost like you go back to school, too. Teachers and childhood development professionals agree that when a child’s parents are involved in his education, he learns more and gets better grades. That means, you have just as big a responsibility in his schoolwork as he does.
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.
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