Mothers have been communicating with their children via handwritten notes for years. Some mothers put more of a humorous spin on their notes than others, however. With Mother's Day right around the corner, we're hoping the children of the moms behind these hilarious notes have something awesome planned for them:
Parents + Internet = Awesome. Don't believe us? Check out some of the funniest things tweeted by parents this week, including Melissa Joan Hart's son's funny incident with childproof medicine bottles and Jim Gaffigan's vow regarding kids and restaurants:
Pottytraining can be frustrating, not to mention time consuming, cutting into precious minutes a toddler could be spending watching Dora the Explorer, but not anymore! Meet the iPotty, a training toilet with a built-in holder for an iPad so your toddler can use the restroom just like a grownup -- while playing Angry Birds and watching Netflix.
A Massachusetts father gives his children a reason, beyond the possibility of string cheese, to look forward to lunch. David Laferriere of Attleboro has been drawing on his kids' sandwich bags for the past five years, posting pics of each doodle to his flickr account.
Myth debunked - parents can indeed be funny and we have the tweets to prove it! Check out 10 of the most hilarious things written on Twitter this week by parents (and one non-parent who gets it) this week:
Need something to make you feel better when your kids are acting up? Here's 10 pieces of photographic evidence that yes, other people's children act up as much as yours. Check out some impressive messes created by kids who are definitely lucky they're cute and be glad that you're not the one who has to clean them:
How do you explain the unexplainable to children? Today, parents across the country, including myself, were faced with this -- fumbling over words while explaining the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown - located only 20 miles away from my own daughter's elementary school.
"It's not a bird, it's not a plane, it's Santa Claus and he's come to Maine!" A song written after a Bangor, Maine radio DJ began lamenting the lack of Christmas songs about Maine, has become a holiday classic in the area.
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