How many times have you wished you had an extra hand? Especially when you have a baby on one hip, all the kid's stuff in the other?
Years ago when I heard about teachers switching to purple ink in place of red to correct student work, I thought it was a goof. The reasoning behind the change involved red having a “negative, aggressive connotation” that undermines students’ self-confidence. Okkaayyy. Purple, on the other hand, apparently softens the blow, said the experts.
A dad was packing for a business trip while his 3-year-old daughter played beside him.
“Daddy, look at this,” the adorable preschooler said sticking out two of her fingers.
It was just an average Saturday morning back in April 2009 when Kelly Jent's life changed forever. Kelly, a Springfield resident and 33-year-old mother of three, was helping a friend with a yard sale when she suddenly felt the uncontrollable urge to go to the bathroom.
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