Your account is not active. We have sent an email to the address you provided with an activation link. Check your inbox, and click on the link to activate your account. As soon as a baby is born, all the aunties start the never-ending debate whether the newborn took after mom or dad. But sometimes no discussions are needed. Sometimes it looks like the kid is totally a clone of one of the parents. Or a genius time traveler. Bored Panda has compiled a list of kids and parents photographed at the same age, looking like twins. Do you look like a copy-paste version of your mom or dad, too? Upload your pics edited side-by-side, we'd love to see it!
Red Flag Behaviors
Father And Son. Both 20 Years Old
Little boy hairstyles: Although it is least expected of them, boys are the most likely to love making a fashion statement of their own. And what could be better than experimenting with their hairstyles to show off just about that? There is a lot to play around with when it comes to their hair. How to get it: Neatly trim off the hair such that there is a light fade starting off from a little lower on the scalp.
ChuChu TV, the company responsible for some of the most widely viewed toddler content on YouTube, has a suitably cute origin story. Vinoth Chandar, the CEO, had always played around on YouTube, making Hindu devotionals and little videos of his father, a well-known Indian music producer. To hear more feature stories, see our full list or get the Audm iPhone app. Chu Chu loved it.
At a very young age, children begin to explore their bodies by touching, poking, pulling, and rubbing their body parts, including their genitals. As children grow older, they will need guidance in learning about these body parts and their functions. When these behaviors happen, try to redirect your child's attention to more appropriate behavior by saying something such as, "Grown-ups do that in private, and you should, too. Parents also need to know when a child's sexual behavior appears more than harmless curiosity. Sexual behavior problems may pose a risk to the safety and well-being your child and other children and can signal physical or sexual abuse or exposure to sexual activity. Use appropriate language. Teach children proper names for all body parts, including names such as genitals, penis, vagina, breasts, buttocks, and private parts. Making up names for body parts may give the idea that there is something bad about the proper name. Understand why your child has a special name for the body part but teach the proper name, too.