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Parents

Calling all parents who need a laugh break, hacks and advice you'll actually use, and the viral stories you'll hear about at the school drop-off. Consider us your go-to playdate friends!

"Guns Are The Number One Killer Of American Kids": How Women In Colorado Are Taking A Stand Against Guns

"A few months ago, one of my best friends called me in horror because she had been volunteering at her third grade son’s school while they had a lockdown drill. And though these active shooter drills have become normal parts of today’s American students’ experience of school, it was terrifying for her to participate in. Together on the phone, we wept."

Grown-Ups Are Sharing The "Dumbest Things" They Believed Were True When They Were Younger

"When I was 6 years old, I had a terrible understanding of how babies were made. I thought your balls were ACTUAL EGGS and when you put your penis inside a woman's vagina, your ball would fall off and go up into her stomach to grow a baby. Then, if you wanted more than two children, a ball would magically grow back."

33 Father’s Day Gifts He’ll Wanna Brag About

And I don't mean to brag, but I got my dad that Polo shirt and that drill for Father's Day a few years ago, and he still brags about 'em — meaning I'm the fave child, sorry to my siblings.

People Are Revealing The Exact Moment They Realized Their Partners Weren’t The One, And It’s Heartbreaking But Powerful

"He wanted a big family. Like, six kids, all natural. Obviously, he wouldn't be birthing them. This was very important to him while I was pretty ambivalent about kids, and the further into my adulthood I've gotten, the more I've realized I just don't want to be pregnant..."

15 Times Divorced Parents Unfortunately Left A Damaging, Everlasting Mark On Their Kiddos

"I developed a split personality over time. Your parents divorce because they couldn't get along, and that concept carries into what they expect from you. What may be 'normal' behavior for one parent may be completely unacceptable to the other. This creates a rift in your personality, wherein you try to appease both parents."

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