Giving back to the local community is a big part of many families holiday traditions. Over the weekend Success Marital Arts helped the Salvation Army organize food and toy donations in Twin Falls. Volunteers at Christmas in the Nighttime Sky collected toys at Kimberly Nursery's on Friday night. South Central Community Action Partnership collected over 2,000 turkeys for 60 Hours to Fight Hunger las
I know times have changed - but when I was a kid I would leave the house in the morning and not come home sometimes until dinner. Apparently today that is child endangerment! Recently a mother was arrested for letting her 7 year old son go to the park alone.
Being a parent is hard. Being a parent in public is even harder! You are being scrutinized and judges for everything you do and don't do when handling situations with your kids. Most of the time moms get a free pass when dealing with kids - but it's still hard not to be embarrassed when your kid is doing something crazy. Here are the top 10 most embarrassing mom moments.
I know that is a lot of ‘P’s for one sentence, but it is fun to say, and it’s true. You don’t see as many kids today walking alone to the gas station to get a soda and candy or running down the street to play with their friends. The world has become scary and paranoid parents are preventing their kids from playing alone in parks to keep them safe.
Here's an interesting thought. We have all been in a situation where we thought a parent wasn't doing their job. They were letting their kids run, scream, fight, yell, or worse and we blame the parent for the kid acting crazy. What if that applied to bullying too? What if the City of Twin Falls fined the parents of bullies? Would it fix the problem?
Once upon a time a long time ago you followed the career choice that your father made. Granted we have evolved quite a bit since people lived in castles and rode horses through the forest while wearing shiny armor...but I would have guesses this number to be higher. Daily Mail reports that only 7% of kids are picking the same career as their parents.