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Should I cry in front of my kids?

Ask D+D: Should I cry in front of my children?

Should I cry in front of my kids?

Today’s “Ask the Doctor and the Dad” question has been a long time coming:

Is it okay for parents to cry in front of their kids? And does it make a difference whether it’s a mom or dad doing the crying? I usually manage to keep my emotions in check, but not this week.
– A Dad From Cleveland

Thanks for the heartfelt question, Dad From Cleveland.

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Playtime! Activity: Riddle me this

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Remember trying to solve riddles back when you were a kid? No, not the riddle of how to tease your bangs taller than Lisa Turtle’s or how to do that two-man Kid N’ Play dance without falling flat on your face.

We’re talking about those brain-bending word puzzles that force you think about a problem from more than one angle – and sometimes for more than one day – until eventually, enlighteningly, you finally figure them out.

Now that you’re a parent, you can get a whole new perspective on riddles. Because riddles are not only amusing mental games – they’re also a great way to get into your kid’s head!

Who It’s For: Kids ages 3 and up

What They’ll Learn: Problem solving, flexible thinking, how to be playful with language

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Ashton Kutcher wants you to be the (diaper) change

We don’t always agree with everything Ashton Kutcher does. This hat–‘stache combo is a perfect Exhibit A:

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But we do find ourselves totally on board with the Two and a Half Men man, Dude Where’s My Car? dude, and Punk’d punk when it comes to one thing:

It’s hard to find a diaper-changing table in a public men’s restroom!

Here’s what our new BFF Ashton had to say about it on Facebook.
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Gender Ain’t Nothin’ But a Chromosome, Says GoldieBlox

Are you one of the approximately 85 billion people out there1 who have helped a recent YouTube commercial for GoldieBlox become a viral video sensation? In it, three young girls turn their entire house and all of its contents into an impressively elaborate Rube Goldberg machine, they sing a Beastie Boys song with new lyrics denouncing traditional “girl toys” like princesses, and they try to sell you some other toys that will apparently turn your daughter into an engineer.

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  1. This figure not at all accurate []

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