Even if you're a hardcore Nintendo fan, you might be scratching your head, saying you've never heard of this title. That's because I made this. My son and daughter don't always get along so I thought I'd make a Nintendo game where they have to use teamwork to get past each level.
It's almost that time of the year. Well, sure, it's the time of jolliness and being festive. Me? I look at it as the time of year I can tell my kids that Santa is watching to straighten them out. Fortunately, there's now an app where you can "scan" your child to see if they're naught or nice. Best of all, it's free!
We've seen parents use unique methods to punish kids in the past -- through Facebook and by making them carry signs on busy streets, for example. But a Utah woman punished her stepdaughter in the most creative way yet by forcing her to wear ill-fitting thrift store clothing for being a bully.
Pottytraining can be frustrating, not to mention time consuming, cutting into precious minutes a toddler could be spending watching Dora the Explorer, but not anymore! Meet the iPotty, a training toilet with a built-in holder for an iPad so your toddler can use the restroom just like a grownup -- while playing Angry Birds and watching Netflix.
Things travel fast on the information superhighway (the internet) and the days of the 24-hour news cycle tend to make us discard information as quickly as we get it.
Every once in a while though, something grabs the attention and tugs at our very base humanity, for better or worse, and gets spread rapidly far and wide.
The term coined is "gone viral." This is an example that I stumble