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    Dear Quentin, My wife and I have a 7-year-old son who would normally be attending the public-school system this year. However, for a variety of reasons mostly driven by the pandemic, we decided we would home-school our son for first grade this year. My wife is currently a stay-at-home mom (she decided to take a pause in a great career in marketing when our second son was born a couple years ago). We also have very dear friends who live in our neighborhood, and also have a son that would be entering first grade this year. When my wife decided this summer that she would home-school our son, we offered to home school their child also. Our friends readily and excitedly agreed. These friends are in our “COVID bubble” and are essentially the only ones we see in person. “ I thought the family would offer some...
    President-elect Joe Biden gave an emotional farewell address in Delaware on Tuesday, less than 24 hours before he’s set to be sworn in as the 46th president of the United States. “To my fellow Delawareans, on behalf of the entire Biden family that’s here today, I want to express how much you mean to me and to every one of us,” Biden said, as he got personal talking about his family’s ties to the state for many years. “It’s deeply personal that our next journey to Washington starts here, a place that defines the very best of who we are as Americans,” he continued. “I’ll always be a proud son of the state of Delaware.” As Biden recalled the words of James Joyce, Biden teared up as he said, “When I die, Delaware will be written on my heart.” Biden also got emotional as he spoke about his late son...
    A WOMAN who got pregnant at 15 and gave her baby up for adoption says her heart still aches for the son she gave away.  Sierra Watts, now 23, has shared her journey from finding out she was pregnant to becoming an adoption and women’s advocate online.  8Sierra Watts fell pregnant when she was 15-years-old and still in schoolCredit: sierraxwatts/Instagram Sierra, now mum to second son Leo, who she shares with husband Drake, recalled telling her parents she was going to be a teen mum, and the tough decision to give her son away.  Sierra, from Missouri, got pregnant by an older man, and says at the time she didn’t really understand about sex and the finer points of biology, as she admits “I grew up very sheltered”.  Speaking on YouTube, she said: “I was naïve about sex, I could not raise a child, I was in a very bad...
    A mother has opened up about her struggle to parent her six-year-old son in a desperate online post, admitting that the child is an 'a**hole' and a 'bully' who has 'no empathy'.  The unnamed woman, who is based in the US, vented about her child in a lengthy piece for Medium, where she begged others for advice on how to handle her son - who she described as a 'straight-up jerk'.  In her post, the frantic mother offered examples of her son's worst behavior, revealing that he 'breaks toys on purpose', pokes fun at homeless people, is 'mean' to those around him - including adults - and has been 'bullying' other children.  Upset: An American mother has vented about her six-year-old son in a desperate post online, revealing he is an 'a**hole' and a 'jerk' who bullies others (stock image)  'He will break his toys on purpose and then...
    When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Bradley Hasemeyer/INSIDER WeeFarers are kids' sunglasses that are styled to look like Ray-Ban's iconic Wayfarers. The sunglasses are made to fit kids from newborn to 4 years old, with larger sizes coming soon. WeeFarers are available with polarized lenses, 100% UVA and UVB protection, and durable flexible frames that are made to last. If you lose or break them in the first year, the company will replace them for free. I tried a pair out with my infant son and was impressed by their durability, but I wouldn't recommend them for babies — they'll be more useful for kids ages 2 and up. The days are hot, the sun is bright, and the pool is calling, but admittedly, after wrestling with my kids to cover them in sunscreen, finding my...
    DEAR ABBY: I got married to a wonderful guy 14 years ago, but after a year of marriage, our children (his 10-year-old and my 12- and 13-year-olds) couldn’t stand one another and caused a lot of problems. Jeanne Phillips  I was brokenhearted when he gave me divorce papers. I moved out but continued to date him without our kids around. Seven years ago, after his son moved out, I moved back in, but he won’t ask me to remarry him. My kids get along fine with him, but his son hates me and refuses to come to any holiday or birthday celebration that I host. Should I move out and move on? I feel like I have wasted 14 years of my life. HOPELESS IN OHIO Related Articles Dear Abby: She spreads lies about me, and everyone believes her Dear Abby: Her engagement is my worst fear...
    Ahmaud Arbery's mom has blasted fundraising efforts set up in the wake of his death as running 'more like business opportunities for its staff rather than getting justice' for her son. Wanda Cooper-Jones singled out 'the founders of 2.23 and creators of I Run with Maud' in a lengthy Facebook post on September 4 saying she 'could not remain silent'. She wrote: 'I cannot in good conscience support a page that now appears more like a business opportunity for its staff rather than getting justice for my son.' Unarmed jogger Arbery, 25, was shot dead last February 23 when a white father and son pursued him, authorities say. More than two months passed before Gregory McMichael and his son, Travis, were charged with felony murder and aggravated assault. A third man, William 'Roddie' Bryan, a neighbor of the McMichaels who authorities say had joined in their pursuit of Arbery and recorded...
    Melissa Etheridge has been relying on music to help her cope with the death of her son Beckett. The singer/songwriter appeared on “Good Morning America” in her first live television interview since losing her son, to share how music has been helping with her devastating heartbreak. Beckett succumbed to his opioid addiction at age 21 in May. “Time does heal,” the 59-year-old told Robin Roberts. “It’s only been a couple of months, but I’ve been very busy and made myself very busy. You go one day at a time. You get through the grief and you get to the healing.” “There’s something about singing, something about opening the soul, it’s got me through everything,” continued the Grammy Award-winning artist. “So many people throughout my life said, ‘Your music got me through this, your music got me through that.’ And I now am using my music to get me through this.”...
    A MUM who was left with serious burns as a baby has revealed how she's talking to her children about her scars. Annie Price, 34, from Surrey, was left with horrific facial injuries and only nine fingers when the caravan she lived in set alight. 7Annie Price, 34, with her son Sonny, twoCredit: Annie Price For years, she believed her mum had started the fire in an attempt to kill her, before discovering the truth in 2017. Now a mum to Sonny, two, and pregnant with her second child, the personal trainer is determined to be open with her kids about her past - however difficult the conversations might be. Annie spoke to Fabulous as part of BBC's Tiny Happy People campaign, which encourages parents to chat to their kids... A few weeks ago, Sonny suddenly touched my scars and said, “Mummy, what’s this on your hand?” 7As a...
    A MUM who feared her fussy toddler would grow up to have weight issues like her has revealed the one tip which completely changed how he eats. In a personal essay for Cafe Mom, Lauren Gordon explained how she's always had a "very complicated" relationship with her body and constantly worried about passing down her issues with food to her young son. 4Lauren Gordon described how she's always had a 'very complicated' relationship with her body in a personal essayCredit: Lauren Gordon She wrote: "Every time I gave him a cookie or chips, or whatever, I had a split second panic attack that I was failing him because my associations with those foods is somewhat of an association with failure." As a result, Lauren made an effort not to force him to clean his plate every mealtime and was pleased by how he'd always try whatever she put in front...
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