vivian manning schaffel
About to relocate? Don't forget to mine the expertise you have right there in-house. According to a New York Times article, more and more children are taking an active role in the scoping out of new digs when their parents decide to move. But is this a good idea, or is it way too stressful for children?
It's SO GROSS when grownups use their kids as their own personal stash boxes. A 3-year-old was discovered showing two dime bags of weed to a classmate in preschool.
Since launching last spring, KFC's sinful Double Down sandwich hasn't exactly been selling well. KFC has taken their marketing campaign to the streets: The company's paying college coeds a cool $500 to prance around campus sporting Double Down sweatpants.
So much for doing right by this nation's children: When Obama's law barring insurance companies from denying coverage to kids with preexisting conditions goes into effect, some insurance companies will respond by denying children, PERIOD. This latest d-bag move is a total outrage!
To keep his 14-year-old stepdaughter from sleeping with her boyfriend again, a San Jose cop showed up at the 15-year-old boy's house in full uniform, cuffed him and then released him with a stern warning -- only to find himself placed on administrative leave and under criminal investigation for false imprisonment!
I NEVER thought I'd be the type of girl who succumbed to the lure of injectables come 40-plus. Yet when the siren song of Juvederm seeped through my cracking veneer, I totally changed my tune.
It surprised many when the divorce between megabucked media mogul Peter Brant and his supermodel wife, Stephanie Seymour, became a War-and-Peace-of-the-Roses kind of situation. Yesterday, they shocked the judge presiding over their divorce proceedings by announcing that they wanted to reconcile.
Michael Douglas recently sat down with his 10-year-old son, Dylan, and his 7-year-old daughter, Carys, and told them about his cancer diagnosis -- straight up. "Baby Einstein" inventor and writer Julie Clark has been in Douglas' shoes, and she's written a book for parents to help them explain cancer to children.