Parenthood is not only about educating your children, but it’s also about coming up with new inventive ways to trick them. How can you make them clean up? How can you hide the fact that the last piece of candy was eaten by their mother? Just look at the amazing things parents have invented to keep things calm at home. At Bright Side, we’re amazed by the... Continue Reading →
“My son broke his lower arm yesterday, near his wrist I think. I haven’t had a chance to view the x-ray myself, but he sustained a Transverse Fracture to the Distal Radius. From what I deciphered via google, it’s a broken wrist, and according to the urgent care doctor, it’s a clear, clean break. So,... Continue Reading →
A sequence of photos pay homage, showing that mother is our first love. Our mother dries our tears, hugs us and takes a smile from our face when we are sad. She is the woman of our life. Every mother is a super hero.
Father has videotaped the growth of his daughter from 0 to 18 years old. See for yourself, it was incredible. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPxdhnT4Ec8
Mother teaches the child from childhood on the importance of helping others and valuing and respecting anyone independent of their position in society. Video is in Portuguese, but the words will not make a difference because the video is very cool. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7gpBxv2VFQ
Funny video of a father trying to change a baby's diaper. Hilarious https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5rUHpDP1-Y
“I am what most consider a good ol’ country boy. I grew up riding dirt bikes and playing sports all throughout grade school and on through high school as well. I worked on my family’s farm into my college years where we grew corn, beans and wheat. In the summer of 2011 I started dating... Continue Reading →
Whoever has a son (or nephew, godson, or cares for a child) knows: little ones are fond of some toys intensely. Many of them sleep with them every day, or they walk to and fro, take them to school. Anyway, when does this toy / stuffed animal disappear? But a couple of parents had a... Continue Reading →