There is a time and a place for everything, but some parents aren't so sure that pole dancing and toddlers should be in the same place at the same time. A heated discussion about the topic came about after Ashley Wright, also known as Facebook user Ms. Wrights Way posted a video of her 2-year-old daughter watching her pole dance. Wright, an outspoken breastfeeding and attachment-parenting advocate, captioned her post "What dancing while attachment parenting looks like! How great it is to have both my passions with me into the New Year But passions were ignited when the video went viral it currently has more than , views , and the comments section lit up.
Coral Lytle was sentenced to four years in prison and will have to register as a sex offender. On Monday, Coral Lytle was sentenced to four years in prison and will have to register as a sex offender for the rest of her life after pleading guilty to 21 counts of sex-related charges involving the two minors, the Associated Press and Fox6 reports. The father said his son met Lytle through a church youth group and that the families became close friends, even vacationing together. Want to keep up with the latest crime coverage? He had hopes and dreams. If Lytle had gone to trial, she faced more than 17 years in prison if found guilty of all 21 charges.
Trying to make new mom friends can feel a bit like trying to pick up someone for a first date. It's intimidating and awkward, especially if you're looking to strike up a conversation with that mom who seems to have it all together while you, well, don't newsflash: she probably doesn't either. But an essential part of being a mom is having a mom tribe you can rely on. It isn't always easy, but in the common grounds of parks, coffee shops, grocery stores, and school pickup, there are plenty of things you can talk about to score a mom date aka a much-needed venting session. Get creative, comical, or relatable with these pickup lines, but just remember to be yourself.
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