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    People from around the world have been sharing the very threatening messages they have sent for those who crossed them. From the US to Thailand, some people decided to get creative and send not-so-veiled threats, either on social media or even street signs.  And the best and funniest menaces have been shared on the online trivia website Bored Panda.  One person come across a sign in Thailand which had strong words to deter people from parking on spots with disabled access.  Another person threatened dog owners who let their pets relieve themselves on their property - and warned they would throw their poo at them. These people have turned sending threats to the people who crossed them into an art. One parent from the US erected this hilarious sign suggesting they were fed up of 'unattended children' - and would give them an energy drink One exasperated home-owner  planted this sign after getting tired of other people's dogs using his lawn as a bathroom  Creepy! One person was left feeling a little threatened after an online bot sent an eerie...
    MANY celebrities have had children with one partner, different partners, or adopted children. However, one celebrity currently stands out as the one with the most biological kids, with more children expected in the coming months. 2Nick Cannon backstage at The Apollo Theater on February 16, 2022, in New York City Which celebrity has the most kids? Undoubtedly, Nick Cannon seems to be the celebrity with the most biological kids. On September 14, Nick Cannon made an Instagram post announcing the birth of his ninth baby, a girl called Onyx Ice Cole Cannon, with model LaNisha Cole. In the lengthy post, he stated: "Introducing ONYX ICE COLE CANNON…Once again Today I am in Awe of the Devine Feminine! God has given me and @MissLanishaCole the privilege of hosting an Angel here on earth. Read More on The US SunCASH FOR KIDS Nick ‘to pay nearly $3M a year in child support' & 2 mamas get more than restGROWING FAMILY When are Nick Cannon’s 10th and 11th babies due? "I vow to protect, provide, guide, and love this child to the best...
    LIZ Truss’ most senior adviser has been interviewed by the FBI about an alleged bribery plot, it was reported last night. Mark Fullbrook, the PM’s chief of staff, has been questioned as a witness over any knowledge of an alleged plot to subvert Puerto Rico’s democracy. 2One of the Prime Minister's top aides has been questioned as a witness to briberyCredit: AFP 2A spokesman for Fullbrook stated he was committed to complying with the lawCredit: PA The FBI is probing bribery claims involving banker and Tory donor Julio Herrera Velutini, the Sunday Times reported. Velutini allegedly promised ex-Puerto Rico governor Wanda Vázquez Garced $300,000 for her 2020 re-election campaign if she sacked the island’s chief financial regulator. He is said to have paid the money to CT Group, the lobbying firm where Mr Fullbrook was boss. A spokesman for Mr Fullbrook said: “He is committed to and complies with all laws and regulations in any jurisdiction in which he works and is confident he has done so in this matter. READ MORE ON LIZ TRUSSBIDEN DATE PM Liz Truss set...
    Kanye West has become as famed for his long-winded rants as he has for his rap music, having become embroiled in multiple controversies. Over the years, the Atlanta-born singer, 45, has embarked on several tirades with targets including his ex-wife Kim Kardashian, her ex-boyfriend Pete Davidson, mamager Kris Jenner, former friend Kid Cudi and many others. Here MailOnline looks at the most notable tirades that the Stronger rapper has entered into... Dramatic: Kanye West has become as famed for his long-winded rants as he has for his rap music, having become embroiled in multiple controversies   2 September, 2022: Kanye West claims Kim Kardashian makes all the decisions about their children because she is 'half-white' and says a porn addiction 'destroyed his family' Kanye broadcast his co-parenting struggles with Kim Kardashian as he shared a slew of personal text messages between them on Instagram before revealing he has an addiction to pornography in September 2022. The rapper revealed his addiction destroyed his family and claimed that Kim gets to make decisions on their children's schooling because she is 'half-white' and saluted his fellow...
    Actress Olivia Wilde has won the New York custody battle against her ex Jason Sudeikis on Wednesday after a judge ruled that California is her children's home state. Sudeikis, 46, had filed the suit against his ex in New York City Family Court over their two children in October 2021. He had wanted his two children with Wilde to live with him in Brooklyn. Wilde, however, wanted them to stay with her in Los Angeles, and possibly relocate to London, where her boyfriend Harry Styles lives.  She has accused the Ted Lasso star of serving her custody papers 'in the most aggressive way possible,' DailyMail.com exclusively revealed. And on Wednesday, a New York judge dismissed the case.  Sudeikis, 46, and Wilde, 38, began dating in 2011 and went on to have two children, son Otis, 8, and daughter Daisy, 5, before splitting in late 2020. Actress Olivia Wild and Jason Sudeikis share two children together- eight-year-old son Otis and five-year-old daughter Daisy - and had continued co-parenting amicably after their split  The Hollywood star was in the middle of a presentation for 4,100...
    Mothers on TikTok are removing pictures of their children after raising concerns about where the footage will end up – accusing one mom of allowing pedophiles to target her child. Parents of young toddlers are concerned with the amount of videos of the youngsters that are being saved by potential pedophiles online, and are now urging others to be more careful. The movement was sparked after the mothers spotted a worrying trend with TikTok’s ‘most popular’ three-year-old girl, Wren Eleanor. Wren, whose mom Jacquelyn has posted photos and videos of her on the social media site since she was born, has more than 17 million followers on the platform.  Her account features hundreds of seemingly innocent videos of the blonde toddler playing and enjoying days out with her mother and grandma, along with sponsored content. Jacquelyn began receiving an onslaught of abuse after online sleuths pointed out that videos of the three-year-old playing in the bath and holding tampons were being saved by hundreds of thousands of people.  TikTok allows users to save content that they like to their accounts. Some...
    WHO would have thought teachers were fed up with personalised gifts of your kids' faces to thank them for their hard work? It turns out, they are - and that they'd prefer something a little stronger... after all, they're dealing with snot, medical traumas, and children so cheeky they've vetoed their names for their own kids. 5Lee, 37, and Adam Parkinson, 33, reveal what they really need after a a long term of teachingCredit: Mr P's podcast 5Getting your kid's face printed on a shirt or mug isn't going to cut for an end of term giftCredit: Getty Lee, 37, and Adam Parkinson, 33, from Manchester, England, are brothers working in primary schools. They've spoken exclusively to Fabulous about what teachers REALLY think of your children... 'We don't want a mug with kids' faces on' Buying the perfect end-of-term present can often be the way to schmooze your way into the teacher's good books. Personalised items are not high on the agenda, Lee explains. "One thing teachers pride themselves on is making sure every child in their class is...
    by HANNA ARHIROVA VINNYTSIA, Ukraine (AP) — Liza, a 4-year-old girl with Down syndrome, was en route to see a speech therapist with her mother in central Ukraine when a Russian missile rained down from the sky. She never made it to the appointment. Now the images that tell the story of her life and its end are touching hearts worldwide. Wearing a blue denim jacket with flowers, Liza was among 23 people killed, including boys aged 7 and 8, in Thursday’s missile strike in Vinnytsia. Her mother, Iryna Dmytrieva, was among the scores injured. After the explosion, the mother and daughter went in different directions. Iryna, 33, went into a hospital’s intensive care unit while Liza went to a morgue. “She remembered that she was reaching for her daughter, and Liza was already dead,” Iryna’s aunt, Tetiana Dmytrysyna, told The Associated Press on Friday. “The mother was robbed of the most precious thing she had.” Shortly before the explosion, Dmytrieva had posted a video on social media showing her daughter straining to reach the handlebars to push her own...
    A study of the Jewish populations in twelve European countries found that Jews living in France were the most fearful for their own safety, mostly due to anti-semitic terrorist attacks in recent years. The European Jewish Association (EJA) released the data earlier this week, which compiled a “Jewish Quality of Life” index using data gathered by the Institute for Jewish Policy Research in London and the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights regarding key issues for Jews in Europe. According to the index, French Jews claim they feel the least safe in their country. In contrast, Jews in Denmark felt the safest, with Daniel Staetsky, the author of the index, citing anti-semitic terrorist attacks in France as a possible reason for the feelings of insecurity, broadcaster CNews reports. France, which has the largest population of Jews in the European Union, ranked 10th out of 12 in the index overall, which covered security of Jews, government attitude toward Jews, freedom of worship and other issues relating to the security of religious sites. A survey has found 45 per cent of French Jews instruct...
    A MUM who holds the world record for the most children was warned by doctors she could suffer severe health problems if she stopped giving birth. Mariem Nabatanzi had given birth to 44 kids by the age of 40 and was told that no family planning methods would work for her. 6Mariem Nabatanzi gave birth to 44 children, of whom 38 survivedCredit: Alamy 6She and her children live in 4 small houses in a Ugandan villageCredit: Reuters 6Her husband abandoned her and took the family's moneyCredit: Reuters The woman from Uganda, East Africa, has given birth to four sets of twins, five sets of triplets, and five sets of quadruplets. Only once did she give birth to a single child. Six of her children died, and her husband abandoned her with all the family's money, leaving Mariem with 38 children - 20 boys and 18 girls - to raise single-handedly. Mariem was married off when she was only 12 years old after her parents sold her and soon after she fell pregnant, giving birth to her first child at the...
    A young woman with strawberry blonde hair and come-hither eyes slowly pulls down the zip on the front of her coat to reveal a uniform of red top and skirt. To a soundtrack of burlesque flute music, she seductively disrobes, removing first her top, then her skirt, flinging the latter stage left like a stripper jettisoning her bra. Underneath, she is wearing a relatively demure shift dress, which she then takes off to reveal another two-piece uniform, this time in more conservative grey. Her routine over, a deep male voiceover intones: 'The Air Strip is brought to you by Braniff International, who believes even an airline hostess should look like a girl.' Incredible as it may sound to modern ears, in 1965 the U.S. airline's stewardesses would do a gradual striptease during each flight, shedding pieces of their four-part figure-hugging uniforms created by designer Emilio Pucci. Flight attendants had to be single and could only work until the age of 32 - as well as having strict weight and measurement requirements Marketed by their employers as not only desirable but...
    The sexual revolution has been a disaster for women – that was the provocative case set out by Louise Perry in yesterday’s Daily Mail.  Here, in a second extract from her powerful new book, she takes on feminists who deride marriage. Yes, it’s hard work, she says, and most don’t live up to a romantic ideal, but it still offers the best protection possible for a woman and her children. The institution of marriage is now more or less dead. In 1968, eight per cent of children were born to parents who were not married; in 2019, it was almost half. And now in this country there is a divorce for every two marriages. It was not meant to be like this. Proponents of the 1969 Divorce Reform Act – the key piece of liberalising legislation – believed the changes they argued for would be an act of kindness towards a smallish number of unhappy people stuck in wretched marriages, and lift the stigma from the then tiny minority unfortunate enough to have been through divorce. ‘This Bill does not...
    In the past 24 hours, the GOP gun lobby machine has turned to propaganda-spewing media outlets like Fox News, OAN, and others to flood the airwaves with “solutions” to gun violence that don’t propose doing anything about the guns at the center of gun violence. The list of “solutions” includes the things that places like Uvalde, Texas, already tried to do, like: over-fund the police, add police to schools, and have completely lax gun laws. The results on Tuesday, May 24, were 19 murdered children, terrified parents stuck outside, and police refusing to go inside to save those children from the “bad guy with a gun.” Some unknown patriot (as of the writing of this story) created a supercut of the “solutions” being proposed across Fox News’ media landscape in the wake of this new tragedy. The list is a relentless barrage of worthless calls for fascism and theocracy, including a call for “marshal law,”* and turning our schools into prisons. It is beyond damning. *You read that right! Here’s the list: Armed security guard Armed school safety officer Armed deputy Armed teachers Armed administrators Armed school staffers...
    These are people who cannot, will not, and don't care to protect your chidlren By now you have probably heard or read about the tragic shooting in Uvalde, Texas on Tuesday. At the time of this story no less than 15 people have been killed in an elementary school—at least 14 of them elementary school children. The Republican Party, which has long fought against enacting any common-sense gun safety laws, has blood on its hands. NRA stoolies like Sen. Ted Cruz have upped their worthless game of thoughts and prayers by adding the adverb “fervently” to their tweets. But the results are the same: dead and traumatized children and families, and zero action by the “pro life” Grand Old Party. The list of top officials—all Republican—taking boatloads of money from the “bankrupt” National Rifle Association is a who’s-who of people that talk tough and talk a lot about praying but don’t have the courage to do anything that would protect the more than 45,000 people killed in gun-related incidents in the U.S. Considering the stream of blood money many of these officials take in, legally or...
    A TEENAGER in the "world's most inbred family" revealed to her friend that her sister was pregnant but they didn't know which of her brothers was the father. The family's perverted patriarch Tim Colt, allegedly ran an "incest" farm in Australia, where he raped his daughters with his sons and fathered their children. 9The family travelled the country performing. Pictured on the right is patriarch Tim ColtCredit: news.com.au 9Tim (second left) had a child with his daughter Martha (second right) who also shared a "marital bed" with her brother Charlie (right)Credit: news.com.au 9Petra Colt (above) was raped by her uncle who was also her half-brother, as she had been fathered by her mother Betty’s own father, TimCredit: news.com.au Colt allegedly raped three of his daughters - known as Rhonda, Betty, and Martha - and impregnated them. The disgusting details of the "world's most inbred family" have been revealed after a gag order on their gruesome trial ceased. With only a few of the siblings attending school, the secrets of the twisted cult were buried for a long time. It wasn't...
    MORE than 60 schoolchildren claim they witnessed a UFO land outside their school in one of the most compelling mass sightings of all time. Two decades ago dozens of kids all claim to have seen a disc shaped object float down from the sky and settle in a field outside their school in Zimbabwe. 7Sketches by the children show a flying saucer craft and a black figure coming towards them 7These are just some of the 62 kids who claim to have witnessed the encounter in 1994 7Aerial School was the scene of one of the most extraordinary UFO encounters of all time The incident is one of the most fascinating UFO cases of all time due to the number witnesses and the fact it occured in Africa, while most high profile sightings tend to be restricted to the West. And some 18 years on from encounter, many of the children stand by the extraordinary claims of what they saw that day on September 16, 1994. Many have many expressed doubt and painfully tried to dismiss...
    A NURSERY worker has gone viral after revealing what teaching kids in childcare is really like. Those who work in a nursery or look after children know how difficult and long the day can sometimes get - and one woman can vouch for that. 2The video has been liked by close to 7,000 users on TikTokCredit: tiktok/@mikayla.adamss 2Some parents said they want to hear more than just: ''They've had a good day''Credit: tiktok/@mikayla.adamss Mikayla Adams, from Perth, Australia, regularly takes it to TikTok to share what it's like being employed in the industry. From early mornings to snotty hands giving you a hug, there certainly is a list of things to consider when choosing this career. Although the 22-year-old's videos have been liked by thousands, one such clip has taken the internet by storm, racking up close to 130,000 views. In the video captioned ''Just childcare things'', the Aussie revealed that she doesn't know what to tell parents when they ask how their kid has been throughout the day. Read more parenting storiesNO KID-DING Mum sparks debate after sitting in...
    A THIRD of kids think dinosaurs still roam the Earth, a survey found – and most want one as a pet. High-tech movies like Jurassic World have made youngsters believe the fearsome beasts are still alive, 66million years after they died out. 4Terrifying T-Rex appears to loom over London - but he's a toy But their terrifying depiction hasn’t scared off many children, with a third still believing they could house train a T-Rex. The research, commissioned by Mattel to launch its new Jurassic World Dominion toy range, polled 1,000 British children aged 6 to 10 to mark National Dinosaur Day on Sunday (May 15). More than half (52 per cent) said they firmly believe dinosaurs will be brought back someday, just as they were in 1993 classic Jurassic Park. 4Winged beast Quetzalcoatlus soars Kelly Philp, of Mattel, said: “Dinosaurs are endlessly fascinating to children, and they probably always will be. This National Dinosaur Day, we thought there was no better way to celebrate than to find out what kids think about dinosaurs. “Dinosaurs may not still be roaming the...
    From a mother wringing her hands over her son being 'labelled' after his school identified him as 'gifted and talented' to a a woman who bemoaned the window cleaning involved in having a huge house, people have been sharing the most outrageous humble brags they've heard.  People from across the UK took to the Mumsnet forum to share the boastful statements they've heard both in person and online, including a woman unhappy at missing out on regional food on holiday - because she stayed on a friend's yacht and was served lobster.  Elsewhere, a wife pondered whether her husband's £50,000 pay rise was 'worth it' because they don't see so much of each other after his promotion. Others said they have friends who brag about their children's accomplishments, with one claiming 'it's much harder' for her daughter to choose a university with all predicted A*s. People from across the UK have revealed the worst attention seekers they've met, including those who brag about money and their children's achievements (file image) The discussion began after a Mumsnet user claimed to have met...
    by Eric Lendrum   On Wednesday, Joe Biden labeled the entirety of his political opposition as “the most extreme political organization” in the history of the United States. Axios reports that Biden made the remarks from the White House while he was taking questions about the recent leak of a draft of the Supreme Court’s apparent decision to overturn the pro-abortion ruling of Roe v. Wade. Speaking about the broader implications of the court throwing out legalized abortion nationwide and returning that decision to the states, Biden soon descended into hypothetical extremes. “This is about a lot more than abortion,” Biden said, asking what “the next things that are going to be attacked” might be as a result of the court’s decision in the case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. “What happens if you have states change the law saying that children who are LGBTQ can’t be in classrooms with other children?” Biden asked. “Is that legit under the way the decision is written?” Biden then blamed the upcoming decision on supporters of President Donald Trump, declaring that the “MAGA [Make...
     President Biden did not mince words Wednesday as he deemed MAGA Republicans 'the most extreme political organization that's existed in American history.'  During remarks on the deficit and jobs numbers, Biden pivoted to knocking Republicans and warning that after Roe v. Wade was struck down, conservatives might try to ban LGBTQ kids from classrooms. He signaled they might even reverse Griswold v. Connecticut, a case that struck down a state law banning the use of contraceptives by married couples.   'What happens if you have state changes the law saying that that children who are LGBTQ can't be in classrooms with other children? Is that is that legit under the way this decision is written?' Biden questioned.  'What are the next things that are going to be attack? Because this MAGA crowd is really the most extreme political organization that's existed in American history. Recent American history.'  On Monday night a bombshell Supreme Court draft opinion was leaked showing that a majority of justices were in agreement to overturn Roe v. Wade, the 1973 case that legalized abortion in all states. ...
    THE two most common symptoms in kids hospitalised in the US over the mystery hepatitis outbreak have been revealed. Children who were then rushed to hospital with inflamed livers had vomiting and diarrhoea. 1Children all over the world have been getting sick in the mystery outbreakCredit: Getty The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last week used data from Alabama, where the majority of US cases have been found. All of the children who then became seriously ill were generally healthy, with no immune system issues. While the most common signs were vomiting and diarrhoea, many children also had upper respiratory symptoms - like runny nose, sneezing, sore throat. Most of them had enlarged livers, jaundice and yellowing in the eyes. Read more on hepatitis CASE LOAD Mystery hepatitis outbreak spreads to 20 countries as parents warned of signsTRAGIC TRIO Another 3 kids die from hepatitis as mystery outbreak rises to over 200 cases The mysterious outbreak of hepatitis cases in children has now spread to 20 countries, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). The US has the second...
    "A US military service member plays with Afghan children in the recreation area of an Afghan refugee camp on November 4, 2021 in Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico." The Biden administration said last fall that 1,300 Afghan children were in U.S. Health and Human Services (HHS) custody after being unintentionally separated from their parents amid evacuations last summer. In some cases, they were classified an unaccompanied minors after traveling with a nonparent relative. But in other cases, some traveled without any family members at all. The vast majority of these kids have since been reunited with U.S. relatives since then, ProPublica reports. That’s welcome news. But roughly 200 children continue to remain in HHS custody, “with nobody here who can take them in,” the report continued. RELATED STORY: Roughly 1,300 children evacuated to U.S. from Afghanistan are waiting to be reunited with parents Under the Obama administration, the average length of stay for an unaccompanied child in HHS Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) custody was 35 days. This is where unaccompanied children are placed until they can be safely connected with a sponsor. But the National Center...
    Little Hiroki is two years and nine months old and is on a trip to the supermarket. On his own. He has a busy road to cross and his mother checks he knows what to do if he sees a car coming: he instantly waves a small yellow flag which will, hopefully, help a driver see him. ‘He’s definitely responsive,’ says the narrator of the reality show Old Enough with approval. But will it be enough? Will the toddler safely negotiate the road? Will he come back with all the items he’s been asked to buy? Indeed, will he come back at all? Hiroki is one of the stars of a Japanese TV series that has provided Netflix with its latest, unlikeliest hit. Old Enough has a simple but daunting premise. A very young child is sent on an errand, such as buying groceries or taking public transport, and secretly filmed every — sometimes hesitant, sometimes confident — step of the way. The children, aged between two and five, are stealthily shadowed by a production team (their cameras disguised as...
    WITH the sun finally breaking through the clouds, children will be more tempted to swap the tablets with time outdoors. And it's worth encouraging your little ones to help you in the garden, as it teaches them about nature, as well as hard work and patience. 2From carrots to edible flowers, there are plenty of crops that require little effortCredit: Getty But as the latter two is something most children, especially the younger ones, tend to lack, an expert has revealed some of the crops that are the most rewarding to grow - and also require the least effort. “If you watch children closely, they’ll show you what crops they like best,'' said Julia Watkins, the author of Gardening For Everyone: Growing Vegetables, Herbs, and More at Home. ''At my house, they gravitate towards plants that can be eaten fresh in the garden or ones that make planting and harvesting feel like play.'' She explained that for a child, ''pulling a potato out of the soil is like digging for buried treasures'' Read more gardening storiesGREEN FINGERS I’m a gardening expert...
    After more than 30 seasons, countless paternity tests, and a seemingly infinite number of screaming matches, The Maury Show is officially coming to an end this fall.   NBCUniversal announced the end of a TV era on Sunday, with host and executive producer Maury Povich, 83, admitting that he's been ready to retire for some time.  'Six years ago when I was ready to retire, my the NBCUniversal family asked me to continue the show,' Maury said in a statement. 'Even though I told them I was ready for assisted living, out of loyalty to NBCUniversal and my more than 100 staff and crew members... I agreed to one more deal. 'I'm so proud of my relationship with NBCUniversal and all those who worked on the Maury show but as I occasionally tell my guests on Maury, "Enough, already!"' As the show heads into its final episodes, DailyMail.com takes a look back at some of the wildest and most memorable moments that have aired since 1991, from a woman whose fraternal twins had two different fathers to an unfaithful husband who was...
    Children at a hospice were made to stand outside in the snow in the shape of the letter 'Z' to show support for Vladimir Putin's invasion in the Ukraine. Vladimir Vavilov, the chairman of a cancer charity that runs a hospice for unwell children, organised the shocking pro-war stunt in the city of Kazan, in the Tatarstan region, this weekend. The insignia, which is Latin script, has become a symbol of the invasion after being seen on Russian tanks and military vehicles coming into Ukraine. Letter 'Z' merchandise has been sold by Russia Today, the Kremlin-funded TV channel, while Russian gymnast Ivan Kuliak is being investigated after he used white injury tape to create a 'Z' letter on his leotard. In yet another propaganda stunt, Mr Vavilov told children at the hospice and their mothers to stand in the snow to form a giant letter 'Z', according to The Telegraph. Vladimir Vavilov, the chairman of a cancer charity that runs a hospice for unwell children in the city of Kazan, organised a pro-war stunt which saw patients line up in the shape of a letter...
    PETER Andre was surprised with 12 romantic surprises by his wife Emily - and he had to find them on a treasure hunt. The 48-year-old singer explained how the doctor gave him a 'most special' Valentine's Day treat. 1Peter Andre revealed the romantic surprise wife Emily gave himCredit: Instagram He explained that he and Emily were away skiing with their children on the romantic date - but said it was still special. Writing in his New magazine column Peter said: "Valentine’s for us is all about time together, we got each other a few little bits but the most special for me was the card Emily got me. "As part of this beautiful card, was hidden 12 things you love about your partner and she hid each one in different locations, and I had to find them. "It was very sweet, although I thought it would have been easier for her to find 12 things she didn’t like!" The pair were staying together with his children Princess and Junior and their own kids Theo and Amalia on a ski holiday...
    A Florida teacher had her sister in Kentucky ship a snowman to her classroom after realizing most of her kindergarten students had never seen snow before. Robin Hughes, 60, a special education teacher at SouthShore Charter Academy in Riverview, Florida, was reading a book about snow when she noticed that some of the children looked confused by the pictures.  When she asked how many of them had seen snow before, only two of them raised their hands. Hughes, who grew up in Louisa, Kentucky, was admittedly surprised.  'I was shocked that they had not seen snow,' she told The Washington Post. 'It’s hard for kids to understand the concept because they don’t have the relevant knowledge.' Robin Hughes, 60, a special education teacher at SouthShore Charter Academy in Riverview, Florida, surprised her kindergarten students with a snowman  SouthShore Charter Academy documented the moment Hughes's students met 'Lucky' the snowman for the first time in a heartwarming Facebook Live video The surprise came about after Hughes read a book about snow to her students and learned that only two of them had seen it...
    ABC daytime gabfest "The View" has produced plenty of melodramatic commentary, viral moments and occasional outright misinformation on the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are 10 examples. 1. Sunny Hostin suggests ‘1 percent' of youths who get COVID-19 will dieCo-host Sunny Hostin drastically overstated the percentage of coronavirus deaths among younger people during a Tuesday discussion on the liberal daytime talk show over the lifting of mask mandates in schools. Hostin said she didn't want her children to be part of the "one percent" of those who get intubated and die from COVID-19, but federal health data shows the risk of dying for those under 17 from COVID-19 is far less than that. "The View" co-hosts, from left: Whoopi Goldberg, Sara Haines, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin and Ana Navarro. (The View  |  istock) "You see, I don't want to take the chance with my kid. I don't want my kid to be part of the one percent that is intubated and dies because I don't give her a vaccine," she said, noting she had gotten her 15-year-old daughter vaccinated when the...
    Nadya Suleman's eight youngest children have turned 13-years-old. And the single parent, better known as Octomom, made a loving post on social media to her teens. 'Happy 13th birthday to Nariyah, Isaiah, Maliyah, Jeremiah, Noah, Josiah, Jonah, and Makai! Suleman wrote in her caption. A house of teens: Nadya Suleman's eight youngest children have turned 13-years-old. And the single parent, better known as Octomom, made a loving post on social media to her teens. Seen in 2011 Her mini me kids: 'Happy 13th birthday to Nariyah, Isaiah, Maliyah, Jeremiah, Noah, Josiah, Jonah, and Makai! Suleman wrote in her caption 'You are all growing into some of the most kind, humble, grateful and loving human beings I have ever known,' she added. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Breakfast Club star Ally Sheedy, 59, says she 'learned a... Halsey poses in a nude leotard while strumming a guitar in... Girl gone wild in Gucci! Miley Cyrus pushes the limits by... 'I've been there with a Wilson': Kate Hudson FINALLY admits... Share this article...
    We’ve all seen the Disney epic The Jungle Book - but for a few extraordinary people, the idea of being raised by animals is not just from a fairy-tale. Some of the world's most feral children have been forced to rely on the animal kingdom to adopt them and have grown up isolated from society in the wild. 9We have taken a look at the extraordinary tales of some of the world's most feral childrenCredit: YouTube Throughout history, neglectful parents, kidnappings and kids running away have led to youngsters being brought up by a variety of animals. The children managed to infiltrate their tight-knit groups to effectively become one of them - leaving lasting effects, both physically and psychologically.  Here are the stories of some of the most extreme feral children who have been found in the wild. Kamala and Amala - The “wolf-children” 9“Wolf-children” Kamala and Amala seen curled up together on the floorCredit: Alamy In one of the most well-known cases of children discovered living in the wild,  two young girls were found in the Indian jungle in...
    MOST of us know celebrities for their movie characters, singing careers, or appearances on television. But the truth is, many of these stars have one role that trumps all others: being a parent. Whether they keep their children out of the public eye or bring them on red carpets, when it comes to Hollywood, many celebrities have huge families.   Mia Farrow 13Mia Farrow has a total of 14 childrenCredit: Getty - Contributor At the top of our list is actress and activist, Mia Farrow. She has a total of 14 children: four biological, 10 adopted. Though she married Frank Sinatra in 1966, the two divorced in 1968 and did not have any children together. Her first six children are with her second husband, Andre Previn. Three of them are biological, and three of them are adopted. She adopted two more children with Woody Allen and had one biological son with him: Ronan Farrow. Most read in LifestyleFIT FOR A KING Inside 'forgotten castle' that may become Will & Kate's new family homeREACHING OUT Harry tries to heal rift...
    AS kids go back to school and Omicron is likely to hit the classrooms, every parent should know the signs of the variant. There are about 20 warning symptoms in adults that are popping up regularly, which are useful to know in children. 2Kids can show up slightly different symptoms compared to adults with OmicronCredit: Alamy But in kids there are a few specific extras that are worth being aware of, incase they need to have a test. Parents and doctors have reported children with runny noses, low grade fevers, croup, a cough and rashes. Dr Camilla Kingdon, president of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, said: “I follow up our most high-risk preterm babies. “Most of them in my clinic have had Omicron in the last four weeks – or their families have – and none of them have come to any harm.  “In fact, most of the mothers are reporting a runny nose, a little bit off their feet and some low grade fever. “We need to watch this space but, from around the country at...
    A WOMAN has revealed what it’s really like to be a school dinner lady.  Julie Pike, 36, from Norfolk has worked as a catering assistant (dinner lady) for eight years and said she loves her job. 4Julie Pike, 36, from Norfolk has been a school dinner lady for eight yearsCredit: Supplied 4Julie shared that she loves her job but that there are some downsides to itCredit: Supplied The mum, who shares a snippet into her day-to-day life with fun TikTok videos on her channel MummaPike. One recent video saw her answer ‘the things I get asked as a school dinner lady.’ She joined in with the fun TikTok music video trend and answered burning questions for her followers. One asked: “How do you know how much food to make?” She revealed: “Meals are pre-ordered, portions counted/ weighed.” While another questioned: “Do you still serve the cake with icing and sprinkles?” Most read in LifestyleTHE MOPE SHOW Harry 'miserable' as new life in US 'far from what he hoped for' says expertNEVER ENDS Prince Harry declares WAR on royals with threat...
    OMICRON has triggered a rise in babies being admitted to hospital with Covid – but most only get a fever and a runny nose. Data shows 42 per cent of child Covid patients are now younger than one, up from 31 per cent in waves of earlier variants. 2Sage advisers say Omicron has led to a rise in babies being admitted to hospital with Covid, but most of them aCredit: Getty - Contributor But top doctors on the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage) say the tots are not getting sick and most are admitted as a precaution. A Sage report revealed babies younger than one have made up a majority of childhood admissions since December. But there have only been 171 of them, with a study finding just one out of 55 needed intensive care because of a high fever. It is in line with a string of hugely positive studies which found Omicron is milder than other strains in the vaccinated - with the first official UK report revealing the risk of hospitalisation is 50 to 70 per cent lower than...
    Baby Shark - the wildly infectious children's tune from Pinkfong - has danced its way to 10 billion views on Thursday. The South Korea-produced song is a global viral sensation and the most-viewed YouTube video of all time, with Luis Fonsi’s Despacito, featuring Daddy Yankee, trailing behind in the second spot. 'We are delighted to announce that our beloved Baby Shark has recorded another remarkable milestone,' said Min-seok Kim, CEO of Baby Shark creator The Pinkfong Co., in a statement. Viral sensation: Baby Shark - the wildly infectious children's tune from Pinkfong - has danced its way to 10 billion views on Thursday He went on to say, 'It has been a truly meaningful journey to witness how Baby Shark has connected people around the world, and we can’t wait to introduce Baby Shark’s further adventures that will bring unparalleled experiences to even more fans everywhere.'  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next John Legend enjoys sweet father-daughter bonding session... Ed Sheeran reveals he hopes to rewild the UK by planting 'as... 'I would hate for...
    The omicron variant of the coronavirus is not the most prevalent virus spreading in Colorado schools, according to a medical official in the state.  Dr. Reginald Washington, the chief medical officer at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, says the Respiratory Syncytial Virus is spreading more among children in and around the Denver area than the coronavirus.  "RSV is very contagious and very prevalent in the school system as well as throughout daycare centers and in homes. So RSV is certainly the winner," Washington said, according to KDVR.  Young mother of small hospitalized girl talking to doctor in hospital, midsection. (iStock) FAUCI, PAUL CLASH OVER ACCUSATIONS OF 'CHEAP POLITICS' REGARDING ALLEGED 'TAKEDOWN' OF OTHER SCIENTISTS RSV is a contagious virus that causes infections of the respiratory tract. Infants and seniors are at the highest risk of severe infection, while it can make it difficult to breathe for some children.   RSV causes between 100-500 deaths each year among children younger than five years old, according to the CDC. There are about 14,000 deaths each year from the virus among adults over...
    The debate over whether schools should be in-person or remote is reaching new levels of willful ridiculousness. Recent days have seen another round of “I am absolutely, I promise, really a liberal, but school closures have me rethinking everything” articles thanks to Politico and The Atlantic. There are two distinct problems with these (redacted) takes. One problem comes if you take them on their own terms—more about that later. The other problem is that they’re irrelevant to what is going on with schools now. Schools around the country are going remote, but it’s not because of anything you’ll encounter in the “my kids’ schools shouldn’t have been closed in 2020-2021 and therefore I am disenchanted with Democrats” takes. It's because the current levels of COVID-19 in this country—thanks to omicron and a population that’s just, like, tired of the pandemic and wearing masks and not going to bars—are so high that many schools cannot remain open. In many places where schools are technically open, they’re basically warehousing kids in what Josh Marshall perceptively described as “COVID perseverance theater in the classroom.” Marshall was talking about something close...
    This past year was mired by school districts implementing curricula inspired by the tenets of critical race theory, an ideology that claims America is inherently and irredeemably racist. At the same time, many districts remained virtual through April and May, leaving parents nearly unfettered access to their children’s education. In 2020, the critical race pedagogy was prevalent in school districts in blue areas, specifically in Los Angeles, Washington, D.C. and New York City. By 2021, the ideology creeped its way into a slew of red states, including Missouri and Ohio. Despite parent protests against the divisive curriculum — most notably in northern Virginia — school districts bludgeoned forward with teaching left-wing political doctrine as fact. Here are the top 10 most egregious decisions — complete with CRT and online curricula hypocrisy — made nationwide in K-12 schools in 2021: 10. Kids Spotted At Production Shoot On California School Campus Closed To Students In February, a Los Angeles elementary school opened its doors for a commercial shoot, though the campus remained closed for in-person classroom learning. Children were filming for an...
    CBS News correspondent Jan Crawford pulled no punches Sunday when it came to how restrictive coronavirus measures had negatively impacted the lives of children around the country.  During an appearance on "Face the Nation," Crawford blasted the "crushing" policies, blaming them for a number of problems affecting children today, including the ongoing mental health crisis, an increase in suicide rates and learning loss due to school closures. NBC NEWS ANCHOR SUGGESTS PEOPLE SHOULD ‘SELF-LOCKDOWN,’ CHANGE LIFESTYLE IN LIEU OF FEWER COVID RESTRICTIONS "My kids hear me rant about this everyday, so I may as well tell you guys. It's the crushing impact that our COVID policies have had on young kids and children, by far the least serious risk for serious illness," Crawford said after host Margaret Brennan asked what she thought was the most underreported news story throughout 2021.  She noted that healthy teenagers have "a one in a million chance" of catching and dying from the coronavirus, and added that they have a greater chance of dying in a car accident. Jan Crawford criticizes coronavirus restrictions and...
    A great delight of the Christmas season is being scared shitless in a cozy way, especially when it’s unexpected. Halloween gets the scary street cred, but Christmas is the real season of potential spookiness. The days are absurdly short, as if night has overpowered light. We reflect on the past—those we’ve known, loved, lost, in this emotional mishmash of cosmic and temporal planes. We’re often raw, vulnerable, and, let’s be honest, in our cups; in other words, we’re easy pickings for the things that give us the creeps. I’ve always dug that some of the scariest works of art and entertainment were directed at children. Not because I want children to be traumatized; rather, I think they have a capacity for wonder that adults often don’t, and it can be as though the child is in on the haunting, which makes for an enjoyable form of possession. There’s no better example in the Christmas-cartoon canon than a rendering of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol that first aired fifty years ago, in 1971. I don’t know many people familiar with it—even...
    Father Christmas has begun spreading festive cheer by taking to social media to reveal he is setting off on his annual journey around the world. Posting on YouTube, Santa Claus, explained that he is ready to leave snowy Rovaniemi on the Arctic Circle ahead of this year's festivities. He shared heartwarming clips of people coming together to play in the snow, sing carols and bring their children to meet him for photographs. Before jumping on his reindeer pulled sleigh, Santa highlighted the meaning of Christmas, saying: 'The year has been very special again and I have talked a lot with people about a wide variety of things. Many people have asking lately, what Christmas really is, what is it all about.  Santa Claus (pictured) has shared a heartwarming video about the meaning of Christmas as he prepares to set off from Rovaniemi Santa (pictured) urged people to consider how children and young people have been affected by the uncertainties of the past two years 'Christmas is about having fun and relaxing. Christmas is about meaningful moments. Christmas is about giving time...
    ROME, Italy — The Vatican said Wednesday that children have been the “most vulnerable victims” of the coronavirus pandemic, despite their remarkable resistance to the disease itself. Although children have accounted for a miniscule percentage of deaths from the coronavirus, the pandemic “has thrown countless children into severe poverty and left many without parents and caregivers,” reads the text from the COVID-19 Vatican Commission. In Italy, for instance, coronavirus deaths of children under 20 years of age make up significantly less than one tenth of one percent (0.001) of all coronavirus casualties in the country, making them statistically irrelevant. But children have borne the brunt of the fallout from political and social measures established to curb the spread of the virus. “Worldwide, there has been increased exploitation of and violence against children and reduced or suspended access to educational facilities,” it asserts. “Governments, civil society organizations, and the Church must come together to alleviate the escalating suffering of the most vulnerable children among us.” “Sudden global increases in severe poverty, rising food insecurity, and public quarantine measures have put major...
    DNA analysis of 35 people buried in a Neolithic tomb in the Cotswolds has revealed that most were descended from four women who all had children with the same man 5,700 years ago. Researchers said they couldn't be sure whether it was an example of polygamy – which involves being in a relationship or married to more than one partner – or serial monogamy, where a person has one 'other half' at any one time. But genetic testing showed that 27 of the individuals were from five generations of a single extended family, allowing experts to put together 'the oldest family tree ever reconstructed'. The group lived about 3700 to 3600 BC — around 100 years after farming had been introduced to Britain. Discovery: DNA analysis of 35 people buried in a Neolithic tomb in the Cotswolds (pictured in a reconstruction) has revealed that most were from five generations of a single extended family Lineage: The majority of the individuals, 27 in total, were descended from four women who all had children with the same man and lived around 3700 to 3600 BC. Researchers...
    ANXIETY is just as common in kids as it is in adults, with the root causes far-reaching.  Five children in a classroom of 30 are likely to have a mental health problem such as anxiety, according to the Children’s Society. 1Children need reassurance because anxiety "thrives off avoidance", exerpts sayCredit: Alamy Parents became particularly worried about this during the Covid pandemic, when life and its routines were turned upside down for kids, too. Sometimes it can be difficult to tease apart what’s normal for a child to be anxious about, and what appears to be harmful to their wellbeing. Dr Angharad Rudkin, resident psychologist for financial services and life insurance provider Legal and General, said: "Every child will experience anxiety at some point.  “It is an essential part of the growing up process and helps children to understand themselves and the world better. “Feeling a bit of anxiety and learning strategies for dealing with it can be an essential life skill." The NHS says symptoms of anxiety in children include becoming clingy and tearful, difficulty sleeping, wetting the bed and...
    Letting kids learn to read at their own pace and whether it's ever acceptable to smack children have sparked heated debate as ten Australian families participate in an experiment to compare their parenting styles.  Parental Guidance, hosted by mother-of-two Allison Langdon and parenting expert Dr Justin Coulson - a father-of-six, debuted this week with the opinionated parents competing in challenges and often butting heads.  Andrew, 39, and Miriam, 41, were among the first group of five families introduced on Monday who raise their children Luke aged 12, Grace aged 10, and Tim aged 5 with strict rules and boundaries. The next experiment: Parental Guidance sees Allison Langdon (right, with co-host Dr Justin Coulson) moderate as parents confront each other over their different parenting styles The shame game: Drama is high as parents then confront each other on why their parenting technique is superior (pictured: 'natural' parents Liadhan and Richard)  The first challenge - which involved the children being given a map and told to direct their parents through the Adelaide CBD - went smoothly with a confident Luke informing Christian...
    CRISTIANO RONALDO is to be a dad again. The Man Utd legend, 36, took to Instagram to reveal his partner Georgina Rodriguez is expecting twins. 17Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez are expecting twinsCredit: Instagram @cristiano 17Portugal legend Ronaldo already has four childrenCredit: Instagram @cristiano The Portuguese ace already has four children, Cristiano Jr, Alana, Eva, and Mateo. And the new arrivals will bring his brood up to six kids. But he's not the first sports star to want a big family. Here's more athletes who have lots of offspring. OSCAR DE LA HOYA, SIX Ronaldo is tied with boxing legend De La Hoya, who fathered six children as a prizefighter with four different women. But in 2000, he was slapped with a £45million palimony lawsuit from one of his baby mamas. The scandal came at the same time his then-girlfriend Shanna Moakler, mother of his daughter Atiana, saw the 'Golden Boy' walking along the red carpet...
    (CNN)As the number of new daily cases of Covid-19 continues to fall in the US, the country awaits a major milestone that could provide another critical tool in the fight against the pandemic -- the first vaccine for 5 to 11-year-olds.And former US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) commissioner and Pfizer Board member, Dr. Scott Gottlieb, said the company is ready to ship out doses for children as soon as the agency signs off.The FDA's independent vaccine advisory board will meet Tuesday to discuss whether the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine should be authorized for younger kids. On Friday, Pfizer released documents on the efficacy of a children's dose of its Covid-19 vaccine, saying the company found the vaccine was 90.7% effective against symptomatic disease in children ages 5-11. Children are expected to be eligible for the vaccine in early November, Dr. Anthony Fauci saysOnce the FDA makes its authorization, the issue goes to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) vaccine advisory group, which is set to meet on November 2 and 3, and from there the CDC director...
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