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George Couros Apr 10
Reading this piece - Science Says the Most Successful Kids Have Parents Who do These 4 Things
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MindShift Apr 13
Educators, and students who frown on kids for using their fingers may be cutting short a greater opportunity: the strengthening of brain networks
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OMG Parenting Apr 13
One of the best parts of parenting is the hugs 🤗
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Rhys Keller Apr 17
Ladies, I need your help! I'm about to have a daughter. What is something your dad said or did that you cherish to this day OR what is something you wish your dad said or did while you were little. Like and RT for more feedback please!
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Common Sense Media Apr 10
Cyberbullying is something most families hope they never have to deal with. But if your kids are texting, sharing photos, and posting comments, it’s important to talk to them about how to handle online harassment.
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Shaun T 17h
The one day I decide to sleep an extra 45 min is the day that twinsanity decides to wake up early on a sugar high. I swear I thought we were having a tornado 🌪 👨‍👨‍👦‍👦🤣‼️ Good morning parents of toddlers!
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Jarl Wartooth ⚔️ 9h
Not sure if I should be proud or embarrassed.
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Dr. Alec Couros Apr 11
My 4-year-old may have had too much sugar.
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Lisa🌬 14h
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Jack's Dad Apr 16
Not to brag, but I just ate my dinner while it was still slightly warm. Jealous?
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MindShift Apr 14
Dweck is worried that as her research became more popular, many people oversimplified its message
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Jack's Dad Apr 13
The biggest lie you've ever heard a non-parent tell themselves? "I wouldn't let having kids change my lifestyle. They'll just have to fit in around me." Classic. 😂
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Ambootays 24m
"Think and wonder, wonder and think." -Dr Seuss
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Mims the Word 🧝🏻‍♀️ Apr 15
Surviving the zombie apocalypse, only it's volunteering in your child's kindergarten class and all the kids are sick with various ailments.
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Stephan J. Hahn 18h
My kids have learned how to beat the "clean your plate" system. My 3yo just asked for a single mini donut so she didn't have commit to a larger breakfast.
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Dr Strong Woman 34m
Good that has much more variations. I have rare red haired not doll but child so of course she picked up the doll which looks like her. Struggling with princesses- at lest we have Anna.Told her that her hair is unique to stop asking me why she is not blonde 😉
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Stephan J. Hahn Apr 16
My 3yo only uses a southern accent when she says "ice cream" for some reason. So, it takes us awhile to figure out why she's yelling about "ass cream."
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Momscribe is at CampNaNoWriMo Apr 15
I just fed a baby then changed a diaper, now I don’t know if I have baby food or poop on my sleeve.
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Blaze Sumo 2m
What are the myths about April baby according to science?
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Marissa Apr 10
I’ve sang through 20 verses of Old MacDonald, including making up noises for a zebra and an octopus, all before I’ve had any coffee and also before 7:30am if you’re wondering what it’s like to be a parent to a toddler.
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