Parents who tried to trade their babies for cash or goods.
A Sacramento, California, grandma allegedly made the mistake this week of mixing vodka with babysitting, and reportedly tried to give away her grandchild to a stranger before the day was over.
There are a lot of things you can do with your baby. You can dress him up as a pumpkin, tickle his feet, feed him mashed carrots and take him for runs in one of those all-terrain strollers. There are also a lot of things you should never, ever do with your baby. These are five of those things.
Every summer, one particularly tragic type of story makes its way into headlines across the country: children left in hot cars. Some are rescued in time, while others unfortunately don’t make it.
Would you trust these people with your kids?
‘Tis the season, unfortunately, for leaving children inside hot cars. A Philadelphia dad was arrested for allegedly leaving his toddler son in a parked vehicle while he went to gamble at Parx casino in Bensalem.
A group of delivery men in China heard a toddler cry out from an apartment window, on June 20, 2013, only to see tiny feet dangling out the fifth-story window. The child was soon dangling from the window and moments later, screaming, let go. A nearby security feed shows the men group together and catch her.
Duct tape is so versatile, it can even help you lose your kids. An Ohio mom has been arrested after she allegedly sent a photo of her 8-year-old son with mouth, eyes and forehead completely covered in duct tape to the boy’s dad.
It’s usually the mother who is associated with Mommy Brain syndrome, the absurd forgetfulness stemming from the overwhelming stress and demands of new parenting. In this case, however, it seems that a Colonie, New York, father may be suffering from the first reported case of Daddy Brain.
Police in Mesa County Colorado are investigating the strange case of two toddlers who died of hyperthermia when they were left in their mother’s SUV for 90 minutes with the heat on.