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Playing Cam on ABC's widely successful series Modern Family has catapulted Eric Stonestreet into the spotlight. Known for his flamboyantly hysterical role, Eric's performance leaps through the screen and bear hugs our own families every single episode.
An expectant father knows he desperately needs a thorough plan to avoid blacking out from the pressure to act like everything is completely normal and going great. Here are 10 suggestions for such a secret birth plan for dads.
I always appreciate it when someone buying presents for my kids asks for suggestions. It makes it less likely I'll be embarrassed by a child who isn't capable of faking a smile when they unwrap a pair of socks or a toy they already own because having two of something is the end of the world.
The average person may spend one-third of their life sleeping, but parents aren't average people. We spend all three-thirds of our lives trying to put other people to sleep while never experiencing true relaxing sleep ourselves.
Black bears fall into food comas just like the rest of us. On Saturday, a Florida resident found a large black bear snoring out on her lawn. Turns out the animal discovered a 20-pound bag of dog food in a neighbor's garage, dragged it out to the front yard and devoured it in one sitting reports WFTV.
Sleepwalkers often wander aimlessly when in their somnambulant state. But a young lady in New Zealand had a precise destination in mind: her piano.
The audience is expected to act, too. Their role is to pretend like they are in charge of the show, but everyone will know they are just acting.
The "A" position: When a toddler climbs into bed with their parents and wedges them apart at their hips.
Babies are showered with presents, love and joy before they are even born, so what obligation do we have to make sure they have more presents on Christmas morning?
All of your friends are asleep. You like your medicine. I'm not going to tell you again. Mommy and Daddy think vegetables are delicious.
I feel like I should say, "pardon me." But somehow, that seems insufficient for spitting up on your outfit and making you late for work.
Each week Marcy Winograd and Jackie Hirtz, educators with over 20 years of experience working with students from elementary to high school, will answer your questions regarding reading strategies, essay writing, homework habits and math challenges.
Sometimes I think my experience is unique and other times I realize it's not. There are many moments that make you scratch your head, like when interesting artifacts show up on your mantel, unexplained pictures show up on your camera, or a homemade pie shows up when you haven't even made it to the kitchen yet.
Every day, I get a text with some sort of code that I can't understand. And believe me, I try to figure it out. I make up what I think the letters stand for and then hope that I'm wrong. How dare they say that?
"They" say that laughter is the best medicine, and for rizzle, I think "they" are right. It never fails; I am having a lame week, or I'm stressed out...