Seeing this dad's Saturday mornings will convince you to not have kids

Enjoy peace and quiet? Like it when you get to unwind? Maybe you look forward to a weekend filled with nothingness. If you have kids, all that alone time gets replaced with blaring pop music wondering what certain animals sound like and dolls getting smashed on your shoulder. Every damn day. What a wonderful trade off! » 4/07/14 7:48pm 4/07/14 7:48pm

Adorable 5-Year-Old Discovers Bonehead Xbox Vulnerability

Five-year-old Kristoffer Von Hassel's parents didn't want him getting into the grown-up games on the family's Xbox, so they put the gory stuff behind a password. But Kristoffer's an inquisitive little guy, and he blew right past the parental safeguard—and discovered a pretty silly Xbox security flaw in the process. » 4/04/14 11:13am 4/04/14 11:13am

Awesome dad built an even more awesome Batpod motorcycle for his kids

There's already a lot of responsibilities in being a parent. You gotta make sure your kids are fed. Make sure they bathe. Make sure they're safe. And make sure they don't become a menace to society. There's only one requirement in becoming an awesome parent though and it's this: build your kids an awesome Batpod… » 3/07/14 11:12pm 3/07/14 11:12pm

Daughter reacts so adorably when she asks her dad to drive super fast

Don't tell Mom! Actually tell Mom because her daughter is so dang adorable that she should be proud that her little girl has so much joy in her. Jamie P. took his daughter out in his 1000bhp Nissan GT-R and fulfills his daughter's request to drive faster to hilariously delightful results. She's the best. Even though… » 2/13/14 10:33pm 2/13/14 10:33pm

Four-year-old adorably starts crying because of a beautifully sad song

Watch Jackson, an awesome four-year-old kid, become overwhelmed by a beautifully sad song while riding in his Dad's car. He tries to fight off the tears but he can't help it. He starts crying because the music is so touching but he doesn't want to change the song. He can't. He takes off his glasses to feel the hurt… » 2/04/14 12:31am 2/04/14 12:31am

Adult-sized child made a street legal Little Tikes Car that goes 70mph

Do you know what the most disappointing thing about being an adult is? It's not the slow metabolism or the achy joints or the plateau of growth, it's the fact that we're all failures to our childhood selves. We don't eat candy, we don't play with toys and we drive responsible vehicles. Not John Bitmead though, he's the … » 1/31/14 8:32pm 1/31/14 8:32pm

How to Install Parental Controls on All of Your Gadgets

Let's face it, the internet is a wicked cesspool of filth and debauchery filled with weirdos, pervs, and foul-mouthed trolls. You can ensure that your kids remain untainted by these corrupting influences while they surf the web simply by activating the integrated Parental Controls of every major OS and gaming system.… » 1/18/14 12:00pm 1/18/14 12:00pm

Awesome parents recreate famous movie scenes with their adorable baby

Aww. This is adorable. Lilly and Leon Mackie play dress up with their little kid Orson and turn him into baby versions of Luke Skywalker, baby Batman, baby Macaulay Culkin, baby Castaway and so forth so that they could recreate scenes from famous movies. You'll see mom, dad and child pose for photos of baby versions of … » 12/23/13 10:30pm 12/23/13 10:30pm

Recreating pictures from your childhood as an adult is always great

Two thoughtful sons came up with a wonderful gift for their mom: they would recreate old childhood photographs of themselves, from 20 years ago, as adults. They would visit the same spots as the pictures, wear similar clothes as their kid self once did, pose the same way as they did two decades ago, and basically… » 11/19/13 10:23pm 11/19/13 10:23pm

Fantastic parents convince their kids that toy dinosaurs are real

Kids will believe anything so why not let them imagine and wonder and dream and believe in magic? We all have to become semi-responsible, half functioning adults some day so let kids be kids, right? Refe Tuma and his wife certainly think so. Every November, Refe and his wife try and convince their kids that their toy… » 11/15/13 10:06pm 11/15/13 10:06pm

Adorable baby stops crying whenever he hears the Star Wars theme song

The force is strong with this one, it seems. Gezi Parkı on YouTube uploaded a video of a baby being calmed by the Star Wars theme song. The baby boy goes from crying to silence to gleeful within the first few notes of John Williams' Star Wars theme song. This kid is going to be all right. » 11/11/13 9:36pm 11/11/13 9:36pm

People Should Really Stop Trying To Sell Their Kids Online

We all know that there's some seedy stuff on Craigslist. This is the internet, after all. But it's so sad that desperate parents keep trying to sell their kids through Craigslist posts and connections. Just don't do that. » 11/10/13 10:45am 11/10/13 10:45am

Loving father built a prosthetic hand for his son with a 3D printer

Kids are just the best. And dads who love their kids make them even better. Leon is a boy who was born without fingers on one of his hands. Instead of making him think he was different, his father Paul McCarthy made him believe he was special. In fact, McCarthy made a prosthetic hand with a 3D printer so his son could… » 11/04/13 8:34pm 11/04/13 8:34pm

A Mountain Range of Shelves Turns This Kids' Library Into a Playground

Learning to read is a massive adventure in itself, but discovering the library—a magical place where the stories are plentiful and the books are free—is downright mind-blowing. In an effort to match the fun between the pages, the Mexican branding studio Anagrama transformed the interior of a local heritage site into » 11/01/13 7:20pm 11/01/13 7:20pm

18 Bizarre Letters to the Future That Only '70s Kids Will Understand

Will the year 2000 be filled with flying cars or polluted air? Push-button lunches or the start of World War III? These were just some of the predictions made by fourth grade kids in 1976, who had trouble deciding if the future was going to be filled with high-tech gadgets or nuclear war. Or maybe both. » 10/24/13 2:15pm 10/24/13 2:15pm