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"I'm both super excited to spread awareness and a little mortified that I'm everywhere," she wrote in a viral Facebook post.
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Michael Phelps is enjoying his first day of retirement in the most appropriate of ways.
I recently completed the marathon called Getting Five Children Ready for Back to School, and now I need therapy.
One mom added an unexpected item to the middle school preparation checklist: a tube of toothpaste.
"Clearly they're going to need some time at the spa after the stress of Rio, and I hope they get it."
These 20 stylish options will save you money — and the usual eye-rolling.
Strollers and baby carriers are meant to keep kids safe and secure, but 17,000 children are injured every year by one, new research finds.
Everybody into the (gene) pool! The Olympic swimmer says he'd like to add to his growing family.
Once a mother bears children, her body is never truly hers again — not really.
File this under things not to swallow.
While their Facebook friends are posting the 'love your spouse challenge,' these moms are getting real about married life and its struggles.
When the mercury rises and routines melt, it's easy to lose your cool with kids. Our TODAY Parenting Team has tips to defuse hot tempers.
Remember the days when you couldn't believe your teacher even existed outside a classroom?
I already know that I wear my heart on my sleeve; I just wasn't aware that I also wear every single emotion on my face.
When hate speech turned up on his front doorstep, this dad decided not to hide it from his kids.
Michael Phelps said he looks forward to raising his 3-month old son, Boomer: "I plan to be the best father that I can possibly be."
"She was so relieved. She was able to stay in the room and enjoy the entire evening — something a mom with a new baby desperately deserves."
She thought her son was just a normal teen, but his excessive sleep and weight loss were actually signs of something more dangerous.
Sending a kid to college? Freshman year can get... messy. Here are 7 dorm room must-haves to keep them from living in a pigsty.