Tags: children, consumer products, legislation, safety
New Law May Put Children At Risk: “Hugh Hewitt’s new column in the Washington Examiner looks at one of the many unintended consequences of the bad legislation known, in this case ironically, as the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act, or CPSIA.”
Tags: Al Gore, children, parents
Al Gore Tells Kids Not to Listen to Parents: “There are some things about our world that you know that older people don’t know.“
Tags: babies, children, health, immune system
LOL, I Should Have Had My Baby Eat More Dirt: “…researchers are concluding that… bacteria, viruses and especially worms that enter the body along with “dirt” spur the development of a healthy immune system.”
Tags: children, Japan, population
Japanese Companies Urge Workers to Have Babies: “In a country where 12-hour workdays are common, the electronics giant has taken to letting its employees leave early twice a week for a rather unusual reason: to encourage them to have more babies.”
Tags: children, crimes, parents, UK
Toddler Smokes, Mom Convicted: “A British mother has been given a suspended sentence after her toddler was filmed smoking a cigarette in front of her.”
What was she thinking??!!
“And if anyone causes one of these little ones who believe in me to sin, it would be better for him to be thrown into the sea with a large millstone tied around his neck.
Mark 9:42 (NIV)
Tags: children, names, New Jersey
New Jersey Seizes Child Named “Hitler”. “Harris says DYFS did not tell police the reason the children were removed.”
Tags: children, Hollywood, movies
I guess parents don’t do this enough nowadays anymore: Hollywood will teach boys how to talk to girls.
“Treat younger men as brothers, 2older women as mothers, and younger women as sisters, with absolute purity.”
1 Timothy 5:1-2 (NIV)
Tags: Britain, children, Christianity, culture, dictionaries, education, English, UK
OXFORD UNIVERSITY REMOVES WORDS LIKE “CRACKER” AND “HORSE” FROM CHILDREN’S DICTIONARY, and replaces them with…. “MP3” and “celebrity”.
“The word selections are a very interesting reflection of the way childhood is going, moving away from our spiritual background and the natural world and towards the world that information technology creates for us.”