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See This Preschooler’s Amazing Response to Boy Who Said He Didn’t Like Her Hair

A recently viral TikTok video shows what went down when a boy at school straight up told this 4-year-old that he didn't like her hair.

Dads, Take Your Kids to Church

"In households where only the mother went to services every week, a minuscule 2-3 percent of children grew up to do the same. In households where both father and mother attended, that number jumped to 33 percent of their children, with a further 41 percent coming to church irregularly."

When Did We Stop Letting Kids Be Kids?

"Will sitting five-years-olds in a desk for eight hours to complete worksheet after worksheet really produce the best outcome for future academic excellence? I say, hogwash. I say, let them be kids."

“Before Them, It Was Us”: The Case for Putting Your Spouse Before Your Children

"The cornerstone of your family is not your children."

Mom Calls New Boyfriend Over at 3am— 20 Minutes Later, He Walks in to Her Daughter’s Vomit on the Floor, Saying “Yes, I Want...

"It was one of those single-mom moments where I thought I would go insane. I looked insane, probably smelled insane, and my head was pounding from all the screaming."

7 Things Youth Need From Their Parents So They Won’t Abandon God

"Every word, action, and conversation is a brushstroke. And when your children prepare to leave home, they are staring at a portrait of God."

5 Phrases That Will Instantly Make Your Kids Stop Begging

"If you say no, you better mean it. By changing your mind, your child has gained more than a piece of candy; they've gained the knowledge you can be broken down easier than a cardboard box."

Minor Prophets in My Home: How Children Reveal Our Idols

Parents often act as though our role is to shape our children into an idealized version of our younger selves.