Here’s Some Advice For LGBT Parents On How To Pick A School For Your Kids

When Brandy and Susan went on the hunt for preschools for their daughter, they had to consider the fact that they were a two-mom family.  In Los Angeles, it is easier than most cities because there are quite a few LGBTQ families but they still had to carefully consider where they were putting their kids and have conversations with the faculty and staff in order to ensure that their children didn’t feel excluded in any way because they don’t have a dad.

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100-Year-Old Granny Crushes Bridesmaid Duty At Granddaughter’s Wedding

Martha Wallbank just created a new title for wedding parties: Centenarian of Honor.

The 100-year-old grandmother recently appeared in her granddaughter’s Cumbria, U.K., wedding as a bridesmaid — and a spry, spirited one at that. 

When engaged couple Vita Cresswell and Gary Whineray told Wallbank they wanted to have their wedding on her 100th birthday as a way of honoring her, the eager grandmother immediately shot back, “I’m the bridesmaid, aren’t I?

As Cresswell told Metro UK, “We just thought why not and went along with it.”

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Day of the Child – Age of Childing?

When I signed on to Facebook this morning, it informed me that today was the Day of the Child.

It’s great to have a day that commemorates our youngest. But what else should we do? What else must we do to celebrate them as they deserve?

For one thing, we would have a keen appreciation, day in and day out, of the unique capacities and talents of our youngest.

My new book The Philosophy of Childing: Unlocking Creativity, Curiosity and Reason through the Wisdom of Our Youth, spells out in detail how we can go about doing that — and how, in the process, this in turn will ensure that all of us will flourish to the fullest at every age and stage of life.

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Jillian Michaels And Heidi Rhoades Open Up About Building Their Beautiful Family

You might expect celebrity wellness expert, Jillian Michaels and wife Heidi Rhoades to be a little guarded when asking personal questions about their family. But that certainly wasn’t the case when RaiseAChild founder and C.E.O. Rich Valenza interviewed the couple for this week’s “Let Love Define Family®” series installment for Huffington Post Queer Voices.

Rich Valenza: You have two beautiful children. Usually, when couples come to us at RaiseAChild to learn about their family building options, one partner is more ready than the other. May I ask you about your process? 

Jillian Michaels: Heidi always wanted to have kids.

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Website/IP liarscheatersrus.com may be hackable #dating, #hacking, #hackerproof

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Update on North Korea’s Nuclear Test Site

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A 38 North exclusive with analysis by Jack Liu and Joseph S. Bermudez, Jr. Recent commercial satellite imagery from April 28 shows signs of continued low-level activity at the Punggye-ri nuclear test site. Based on available evidence, it is not possible to determine whether these activities are related to continued maintenance or reflect that Pyongyang […] Update on North Korea’s Nuclear Test Site is an article from 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea, published by the US-Korea Institute at SAIS. View full post on 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea

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7 Pieces Of Marriage Advice For Realists, Not Romantics

Sick of reading the same tired relationship advice about never going to bed angry and the importance of date night? 

We hear ya. Below, relationship and marriage experts share seven unconventional pieces of marital advice.

1. Go out without your spouse and remember what it felt like to be single.

The axiom is 100 percent true: Absence makes the heart grow fonder and often leads to spouses actually missing each other — a hard feeling to recapture after years of being together, said Jenny Block, the author of Open: Love, Sex and Life in an Open Marriage.

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Should You Give Your Kid Snapchat or Instagram?

Parents are constantly asking me about their kids and their social media participation. Among other things, they want to know what app or site they should start their child on.  I could recommend some that are specifically designed for young eyes and ears, but those aren’t as popular as the ones that the mass of humanity have embraced.  If your child has a phone, it’s likely that they really want to be on Snapchat or Instagram. Those are by far the most popular right now, with Facebook and Twitter losing traction at least among adolescents. And if you had the choice to give your child access to one or the other – perhaps to get their proverbial feet wet with the whole “social media” experience — I strongly believe it should be….

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I Didn’t Know I Loved — A Mother’s Day Poem

This morning I was notified by Facebook that I have memories to look back on. Breaking typical morning routine protocol, I called my 7-year-old, Ivy, up on the bed with me to watch what turned out to be videos from when my daughter first learned the word “mine” and where her nose was. We watched the videos of a giggling girl with a healthy dose of jokester attitude and it reminded me of how grateful I am to be a mother. Motherhood is one of the scariest roles I have ever taken on, and it was great to take a few minutes this morning to look back all of the thing I loved about being a new mom.

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Spotlight on Assessment in the ESSA Era – Education Week

The implementation of the Every Student Succeeds Act will create noticeable shifts on state and districtwide assessments. In this Spotlight, read about ESSA’s impact on interim assessments, the opt-out movement, and learn how teachers are adding purpose to their assessments

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