Parents

Quick clicks: Crazy 911 calls, teaching kids Klingon and more

Nov. 20, 2009 at 1:09 PM ET

Need your news quick and easy? Enjoy a roundup of interesting and odd parenting news: How far can Trekkies go? One super-fan of a dad spoke only Klingon to his son for three years (Huffington Post) Pamela Anderson breaks the news to her kids: "I just said, 'Look, Mommy and Daddy were massively in love, we videotaped everything, everything was videotaped, and you're probably going hear about something at school.'" (TV Guide) Will helicopter parents become a thing of the past? The backlash against over-parenting (Time) Are working moms losing custody of their kids? Some alarming statistics (Momlogic.com) Can “Twilight” bring you and your daughter closer together? Or will being on opposing teams (Jacob vs. Edward) tear you apart? (ABC) Still don’t know your angst-ridden werewolves from your brooding vampires? Dig your fangs into the “Twilight” guide for parents (The Courier-Journal)

A fight to air dirty laundry: Pa. residents are upset by one woman's laundry clothesline (MSNBC video) Buffalo teen dials 911 when his parents confiscate Xbox -- asks if parents have the right to take away toys (Neoseeker)

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