Mikaila Ulmer, a 10-year-old girl from Texas, is the face of a thriving lemonade business. No, it's not just a well-trafficked stand in her parents front yard, but a full-fledged company—BeeSweet Lemonade—that just got a $60K investment on Shark Tank.
Does Tuesday morning seem like a weird time for a dance party? Not if you're ENTHUSIASTIC about it!
In St. Louis, Mo., the next black political superstar might’ve revealed himself — he’s 11. Recently, Marquis Govan took on the St. Louis City Council, and CBS’ Jane Pauley, explaining that they’re focusing on the looting in Ferguson, Mo. but real problems, like job creation, aren’t being solved. 11-year-olds know…
There comes a day when you realise you cannot continue as the child you are now — fashioned in an unfashionable decade by your poor parents, and at a time when they were inadvisably discombobulated by Caesarian stitches, fundamental disagreements with their own parents, retrospectively laughable hair-cuts, and…
UPDATE: The video has since been taken down. Trust us, it was cute.
Apparently parenting post-Internet is just an endless game of whack-a-mole with inappropriate sexual content. Today's example: an Oregon mom alleges her 12-year-old daughter has been reading dirty things on the Internet, using an iPad provided by her school.
Fifteen days ago, we heard about South Carolina mom Debra Harrell, who was arrested when her 9-year-old daughter was found playing in a park alone. On Wednesday morning, the Today show aired the story of Florida resident Nicole Gainey, who was arrested when her 7-year-old son was spotted walking to a park by himself.
Apparently, there is a crisis in modern parenting. It's not that there's no paid parental leave, affordable daycare, or better-funded public schools, it's that parents are letting their children pick their own Sippy cup color, directly contributing to the utter squalor that is Modern Society. Oh No. What Will We Do.
Emmett (toddler) and Erling (WWII Vet) bonded over a tomato patch. Now they're best friends who ride bikes, play croquet (omgomgomg), and race mowers. This is probably going to turn into a TV movie and I will watch it and cry every time I have a bad day. (Which is most days because I am a grumpy and disagreeable…
The recent event in Waukesha, WI where two 12-year-old girls repeatedly stabbed a peer in order appease the mythical Slender Man had all the ingredients to send grownups into a good old fashioned "won't someone please think of the children?" freakout: violence, lost innocence, a dangerous internet element.…
We're halfway through 2014 and there have been more than 3400 whooping cough cases reported in California during that period of time. This is way more than in 2013, when the epidemic started. And yes, you can thank anti-vaxxers for that.
Lia Marie Johnson is a 17-year-old YouTube star with an account that's amassed over 900 thousand subscribers. On Twitter, she has over 200 thousand followers. And now, Nickelodeon is giving her a TV movie. Not too bad for a high school senior.
Lego has announced that it will launch science-themed play sets featuring female scientists and their lab tools. The series was chosen as the latest winner of Legos Ideas—in which people can submit and vote on proposals for play sets they'd like the toy company to sell—and comes on the heels of criticism surrounding…
"In the night, you can't really do anything and a dream is a good way to fill up a chunk of time," explains Jack, a little boy who was asked to describe dreams for WNYC as a part of the Clock Your Sleep project. The kid's not wrong.
Looks like there's a lil' lice breakout happening behind the scenes of Broadway's Matilda. The news isn't terribly shocking considering just how many kids are in the cast, but it's still the teensiest bit horrifying. Think about it — all those lice, all those wigs.
Students at Avon High School in Indiana posted a video to YouTube over the weekend to show off their school pride and it absolutely has to be seen to be believed.
Sasha Obama: Teen. Observe President Obama's daughter in China with her mother, grandma and sister above, Sasha is not here for it. She's not here for any of it. Her face brings back memories of every crappy family vacation you ever had to endure. We feel you, Sasha.
This is frightening: Look at how many people, in each state in the United States, are opting not to vaccinate their kids.
In a stunning act of generosity, Kenny Thompson — a father from Houston, Texas — has paid off the outstanding lunch debts of all of the children at a local elementary school where he mentors and tutors students. He was inspired to step up after reading about the school in Salt Lake City, Utah that recently garnered…