Collecting minifigures is addictive no matter how old you are; the sheer variety makes the curating game especially challenging–but there may be some one-of-a-kind models that only you will have to have: minifigs made to look like your kids–or yourself, if you don’t find the idea of a 3cm plastic doppelgänger terrifying.
I have many fond memories of zipping down the kiddy slide with my daughter in tow–the fun usually ended with a muddy pair of trousers, but that was about the gist of the collateral damage. Turns out sliding tandem with your tot is courting disaster a tad more serious than a laundry problem.
It stands to reason that a neurosurgeon and associate professor dad would sire a creative thinking six-year-old. But it turns out that mum’s the one possessing the most impressive out-of-the-box skills–or is that in the box…?
According to a new study, babies born premature the world over could be gifted life by the simple act of delayed cord clamping.
Acne isn’t just the scourge of puberty; it can happen to babies, too–although it’s not quite the same as a teenage spot storm.