#vizyourkids ~ keep kids safe

How to keep kids safe from... UFOs

Should you give your kids an iPad? Does locking your kids inside actually keep them safe? Did you know that feeding your kids more sugar confuses their bodies into eating more?

What does any of this have to do with how to keep your kids safe from UFOs? Click to find out.

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How [not] to keep your kids safe from UFOs

Why should you give your kids an iPad? Why should you lock your kids inside so they can't play? For Heaven's Sake, why should you put a bowl of sugar on the table with dinner?

Why would people so dedicated to child health and safety promote ideas like this? Click to read all about how [not] to keep your kids safe from UFOs.

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Spring/Summer 2018 Child Fashion Trends: The Key Looks You Need to Know

What colour is tearing up the monkey bars this season? Which 2017 design should you throw out NOW? Who has been charged with murder?

Click here to find out, and to learn the key looks you need to know this Spring/Summer 2018 in kids fashion.

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Keeping Your Children Safe And Happy As A Single Parent

Real life safety tips to help single parents keep their kids safe. Lots of great safety information for all parents, too!!!
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Old Man Strength

I like lifting heavy things.

The gym, you can find me there.

Lots of weight.

Every day.

Warm up. Push weight. Cool down.

Eat. Consume.

Warm up. Push weight. Cool down.

The rhythm builds strength.

 

Old man strength. That’s what I call it. That’s what I want. The fathers, they have this ridiculous strength. They can lift more weight. They can outwrestle. Outlast. I work hard and hope

Warm up. Push weight. Cool down.

I’ll get it.

Warm up. Push weight. Cool down.

Eat. Consume.

Warm up. Push weight. Cool down.

 

Don’t take shortcuts.

 

I like lifting heavy things.

The home, you can find me there.

Lots of weight.

Every day.

Dirty diapers. Do dishes. Bedtime.

Feed. Give.

Dirty diapers. Do dishes. Bedtime.

The rhythm builds strength.

 

Fatherhood, that’s what I call it. I do the things that need to be done. I don’t like doing all of them, necessarily. But my disliking is subordinate to the strength of my purpose.

 

I must lift more weight. Survive. Work hard and hope

Dirty diapers. Do dishes. Bedtime.

I’ll make it.

Dirty diapers. Do dishes. Bedtime.

Feed. Give.

Dirty diapers. Do dishes. Bedtime.

 

There are no shortcuts.

Warm up. Push weight. Cool down.

Lots of weight.

Dirty diapers. Do dishes. Bedtime.

Every day.

Giving yields the greatest gains.

I am the strength of my purpose.

 

 

Originally posted here.

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