Things parents do when their kids are not at home...
wtf, out here teaching your 2 year old kid how to shoot a gun... really bright parenting job right here
Ryan Parent interviewed at the World Juniors Hockey Camp in July, training for the tournament in Sweden in December
The parental control of Windows Vista
From the 1961 version of the movie: Sharon and Susan make one last attempt to reunite their parents.
marco parente live at calamita club cavriago (re)
Basically, I talk about how my parents ruined my 4th of July... sorry about the crappy editing. Happy "Independence" Day :(
Single parent travel is a complex issue and single parent travel is a kind of travel very often ignored. Single parents are mostly single moms. There are single dads who want to travel with their kids too, but single moms mostly make up single travelers.
Single parents are always left out of the travel experience and single parents when they travel always seem to be treated as second-class citizens.
But single parents want to travel, they want romance and adventure and they to meet other single parents either for adventure, company or just companionship. But single parents very much want their kids to have a good time with other kids.
Single parents are upset that most travel is either designed for couples or families. Very little travel is designed for single parents and their kids.
There are sixteen million single parent households in this country, and how about single grandparents and their kids? Then add to that gays who have been adopting children, but often travel alone with the child. Travel companies are catering to single parents trying to bring them together with other single parents for a night of romance, fun or just plain companionship. Resorts like Beaches and Sandals now offer vacations tailored specifically toward the single parents needs.
im telling about my parents
World's worst parent... baby sitting on the steering wheel while driving
This stuff is real! Watch out, parents!
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