A recent study at Brigham Young University discovered that being a parent may actually help lower your blood pressure.
According to one recent study, claiming child tax credits, education credits, and child- and dependent-care credits can save the average family $3,500 per year.
Many shopping malls, supermarkets, and factory outlets now have parking spaces designated specifically for families and pregnant women.
The organisation recently conducted 1,084 random senior citizen interviews and discovered that seniors without children scored 6.4 points worse on a mental health questionnaire than elderly people with children.
Kids constantly want to know the answer to a variety of head-scratching questions like, “Why do a cat’s eyes shine in the dark?”, “Why does it smell so fresh after it rains?”
Any father will tell you that strolling through a park with a cute infant is the best way to garner attention from the fairer sex.
While that remark has some validity, they fail to recognise that many parents use their children as a handy excuse to avoid undesirable social situations.
Anyone who has children knows how satisfying it is to be told you're "the best daddy in the whole world."
Kids are always engaged in these kinds of beneficial activities, and they invite you to join them.
Parents have always assumed that having children made them happier, and now there's evidence to back up their assertions.