As children across the nation prepare for another school year, there’s a lot on a parent ‘s to-do list from bagging a whole new uniform to helping out with any last-minute summer projects. So who’s even found the time to think about their packed lunches? With nut-free policies in a growing number of schools and a few fussy eaters in every class, it’s proving harder than ever before to ensure your child doesn’t come home with half a soggy sandwich left in their lunch box. But we’ve tracked down the recipes designed to make the nightly prep a little easier. From last-minute wraps to moreish treats you and your family can enjoy baking, look no further for go-to inspiration this September. We can guarantee you’ll be taking your own lunchbox to work after taking a look at some of these easy-to-follow recipes… Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: The science behind taking children on a term-time holiday John Lewis releases predictions for top 10 toys this Christmas Should parents buy new school uniform every year?
After being left alone to play downstairs, the three-year-old helped himself to a large tub of chocolate spread and the results are hilarious.
"How is it fair that 'wags' can take their children out of school to visit their footballer dads with the school's blessing but servicemen and women's children can't?"
Parents from across the globe are taking to Instagram to highlight the hilarious difference between life before and after having children . Founded by dad Mike Julianelle, Instagram page, Got Toddlered , encourages parents to send in amusing submissions and the results are something to behold. In the bio, Julianelle jokes that the images don’t have to include toddlers, as “they destroy regardless of age.” The father-of-two also runs a popular blog titled ‘Dad and Buried’ where he shares a candid insight into his relatable experiences with newfound parenthood. Julianelle told Huffington Post : “Obviously, it’s meant to be lighthearted, and no one is seriously blaming their children for the state of their faces or lives.” He added, “Except for me when I seriously blame my kids for the state of my face and my life, which is basically all I do on my blog and Facebook page and Twitter.” Inspired by his hilarious comparison between life before and after having kids, parents have taken to the social media platform to share their own experiences. Whether it’s swapping parties for nights in or giving up holidays for sick-stained cuddles, these are the most hilarious before and after pictures to have ever graced the Internet. Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Mum sparks fierce debate about getting her four-year-old daughter’s ears pierced Forget dabbing: ‘The Floss’ is the dance craze you need to know about Should a parent ever admit one child is there favourite?
It is both mind-boggling and frustrating beyond belief when you have an otherwise good kid who has repeated bouts of being “less than honest.”
The time with your kids is all yours! You don’t have to share cuddle time, or worry that someone is going to walk in and distract a special moment with any of your children. You bet! And no one to give you a “you’re poisoning the children” dirty look while you do it. You get to redefine what “family” means. Who says “a family” must always include a Mom, Dad and child(ren). A family supports each other, forgives, keeps you safe, and accepts you for who you truly are.
One peer-reviewed study found that boys, between 12 and 17 years old, who were exposed to pornography had sex earlier and initiated oral sex earlier in an imitation of what they had seen.
Last year, Ireland became the 47th country in the world to outlaw corporal punishment of children, including in the home. This means that it’s illegal for parents in Ireland to spank, slap, hit, or inflict any kind of physical punishment on their children for misbehavior. Other countries that have outlawed these practices include Argentina, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Israel, Kenya, and the Netherlands.
You were cranky and tired and miserable. You were lonely and bitter. If you ever loved teaching, then that love had extinguished years ago. You were impatient, cold, smug and condescending.
Before the Yahoo Beauty editors were professional beauty geeks, we loved preparing for the new school year because it was the first perfect excuse to try new beauty products, debut a new haircut, and show off our new-and-improved selves, possibly with a smattering of freckles or a summer tan.