Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are now parents to one super cute baby: Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher!
But this isn't Ashton's first time dealing with young'uns!
He credits his ex-wife Demi Moore's kids for helping him learn to be a good dad!
Well, that and a Google! LOLz! Ashton said:
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Sounds like Farrah Abraham has finally found her calling! Kind of!
Unfortunately for the world, but especially Texas, this new career is apparently only temporary. Whomp whomp.
Here's what's going on and why.
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Circumcision is a controversial subject these days.
Some argue it's an outdated religious practice that poses no benefits, and causes an infant, who has no choice in the matter, some extreme pain.
However a new research study conducted by Professor Brian Morris claims that the benefits outnumber the risks 100 to 1, and has proposed that infant circumcision be
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Wow, this is pretty big. New research has shown that autism could begin in the womb.
Scientists have new evidence that suggests autism begins in early pregnancy, when development of the brain's cortex is disrupted.
Researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and the Allen Institute for Brain Science analyzed the genes in brain tissues of deceased children, which helped saved the lives of others.
A professor of neurosciences and director of the Autism Center of Excellence at UC San Diego said:
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This isn't good!
A survey of 2,396 U.S. mothers with kids under the age of two found that ten percent said they were involved in a car crash while driving with their baby. That's over three times higher than the normal rate found among the general population.
We are very disturbed by these numbers! Especially for those defenseless babes that are in the back seat!!! That's so dangerous!
Here's what one editor said in regards to the study:
"While we expect new moms to feel exhausted, we were shocked by their lack of focus while driving, especially when their baby or toddler is in the car. The combination of fatigue and distraction is a perfect storm where safety is concerned."
We hope ALL of the moms out there will make sure they're looking out for their own well being and the well being of their child!!
And if you're tired–then take a day off and rest up! Your kid will thank you later!!
[Image via WENN.]
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One of the toughest things about being a new parent is having to wake up throughout the night to soothe the crying baby.
But what if you don't have to after all?
A recent study tested the "cry-it-out" method of letting crying babies fall asleep on their own. The benefits are unclear, but children did tend to fall asleep sooner and sooner each night as they got accustomed to it.
Most importantly, researchers found
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Researchers in the Journal Of Family And Marriage have found that spanking your baby may do more harm than good!
According to the research, those swats to the behind of an an infant may only make the terrible twos that much worse! Study co-author Andrea Gromoske says:
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