CBS went to Indonesia in search of the Smoking Toddler ... and found he is still smoking.
It was "Helicopter Parents Gone Wild" at one Brooklyn, N.Y., preschool this past school year. In the end, the head teacher sent out a missive telling brazen parents, "In my entire 12 years of teaching, I have never experienced such an ineffective and distressing chain of events."
According to the Daily Mail, a public school in England is going to be offering etiquette lessons to kids as young as 3, in an effort to boost "old-fashioned manners." But are 3-year-olds too little to understand?
Two years ago today, 2-year-old Caylee Anthony vanished (her remains were found six months later). Caylee's grandparents appeared on "Good Morning America" today.
You know how airlines say that babies under age 2 can fly for free if they sit in your lap? Well, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is now advising parents to plunk down the cash to get Baby his or her own seat.
There have been two cases of kids being left in hot cars in the last two weeks. One child died, and the other is hospitalized. In both cases, criminal charges have been filed. But is leaving a child in a hot car a crime -- or an accident?
Madyson Gomez, an 18-month-old from Des Moines, Iowa, is recovering from second-degree burns on her hands, stomach and knees. She got them by spending a few moments on a neighborhood slide -- which had reached a temperature of more than 160 degrees.
My 3-year-old daughter, Kiana, is a petite, wispy, blonde angel who has earned the nickname "Tinkerbell" for her gentle spirit and delicate manner. But if her brother dares to piss her off, she'll bite the living sh*t out of him. And there is a part of me that's glad she knows how to defend herself.