Parenting News: Sharing Photos of Kids, Family Meals, Osama Bin Laden, Television, Daycare

Posting Images of Our Kids Online: What Are the Rules?: Much has been publicized about how important it is for parents to monitor their kids’ use of technology, but what are the guidelines for parents of small children? (

Family Meals Benefit Health of Children: A study in the journal Pediatrics finds that children and adolescents who share meals with their families at least three times per week are less likely to be overweight, eat unhealthy foods or be at risk for eating disorders. (

Talking to Kids About Osama Bin Laden’s Death: Since last night’s unexpected announcement that terrorist Osama bin Laden had been killed, many parents are grappling with how to talk to their kids about this huge news story. (

The Sad State of American Kids’ Food Environments: Nearly half of all American children and teens are overweight or obese, according to government statistics, and a large part of the problem may be lack of access to healthy foods in kids’ environments. (

TV’s Common in Daycare Centers, Flouting Guidelines: More than two-thirds of daycare centers included in a new U.S. study have TVs available for children to watch, and nearly 60 percent of the centers ignored the American Academy of Pediatrics’ guidelines for television exposure in young kids. (HealthDay)

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2 thoughts on “Parenting News: Sharing Photos of Kids, Family Meals, Osama Bin Laden, Television, Daycare

  1. seanonymous

    “Mom blogs are Disneyland for pedophiles.” Really? So this pedophile paranoia has reached the level that we can’t even post photos of kids because some pedophile might look at them? That is absurd.

    So, just to be clear, we can’t have photos of cute kids, but we would very much like to see a picture bin Laden’s shot-up face. Is that the current mindset?

  2. bobjr79

    A quote from the CNN story, “A mid-30s father of two is shooting a reality television show about his company and his family life. (He is not permitted to discuss specifics about the show until it airs.”

    You guys wouldn’t know anything about this…. would you?

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