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Should the Internet Have Criticized This Pregnant Woman For What She Did With Her Body?

Beautiful day on the lake! ?????? A photo posted by Sydney Leroux Dwyer (@sydneyleroux) on Jul 5, 2016 at 11:03am PDT One photo of a pregnant mom-to-be is highlighting the blurred line between shaming pregnant women and respecting a woman's...Show More Summary

The Latest (Annoying) Obsession: Pokemon Go

There’s a lot about technology that I love, not the least of which is that it lets me earn a living without having to be chained to a cubicle for work or tethered to my couch to watch a favorite movie or TV show. Heck, I’m a gamer too,...Show More Summary

Violence -- Both Real And Virtual -- Has A Serious Effect On Children

By Will Boggs MD (Reuters Health) - Pediatricians, parents, industry and policymakers need to join forces to limit children’s exposure to virtual and real violence, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Committee on Communications and Media. “What is needed is stronger political will,” said Dr. Show More Summary

PokéMOM GO Helps You Find Everything You Lost When You Became A Mom

Have you heard of that awesome new app PokéMOM GO? It helps moms find all the things they've lost since they've had kids. Like their abs... and minds... It's amazing! Subscribe to MyLifeSuckers' YouTube Channel for more funny mom videos! -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary

I Became An Instant Stepmom. Here's What That Was Like

As part of our Blended Family Friday series, each week we spotlight a different stepfamily to learn how they’ve worked to bring their two families together. Our hope is that by telling their stories, we’ll bring you closer to blended...Show More Summary

The 1 Thing Nobody Told Me Happens After You Give Birth

Before I gave birth to my first son, I thought I had prepared myself for all of the possibilities of childbirth and newborn care - I took classes, read books, and even had a birth plan. I felt like I had pretty much covered all my bases,...Show More Summary

Parents inspired by Harry Potter create magical baby nursery

These parents create the ultimate Harry Potter themed nursery for their tot.

The Flight Attendant Who Helped a Little Girl Overcome Her Fear of Flying Deserves Applause

If you or your child have ever been afraid of flying (most of us, right?), you probably silently prayed for a safe, smooth flight and a couple of cold drinks to get your mind off of the fear. For 9-year-old Gabby, the fear of flyingShow More Summary

How Trolls Is Breaking "Every Princess Rule in the Book" and Empowering Young Girls

Comic-Con has swept through San Diego, and on Thursday, a special Dreamworks panel offered a sneak peek of the upcoming animated film, Trolls. With a plethora of stars including Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick, the movie is sure to draw crowds, but one small quote from producer Gina Shay has really won us over. Show More Summary

How Parents Can Start To Dismantle Traditional Gender Roles For Their Kids

Dr. Shefali Tsabary says it’s time for a new wave of parenting. As society continues to evolve, the author and psychologist believes it is of the utmost importance to help children break free from the cultural confines of traditional gender roles. Show More Summary

Craig Robinson Is The Woke Dad Of The Year In This 'Morris From America' Clip

Craig Robinson has come a long way since breakdancing to the Backstreet Boys in heaven. Robinson’s new movie, “Morris from America,” features his best work to date ? not that he wasn’t aces in “This Is the End,” of course. Robinson plays...Show More Summary

'We May Be Moving. How Do I Tell My Highly-Sensitive Child?'

Reader Fragile Cargo writes, I'm seeking advice on telling a sensitive 7 year old about moving to a new state (my spouse's company is moving.) We are sensitive people too and feeling anxious about her reaction to leaving her school, friends and grandparents/cousins who are nearby now. Show More Summary

Meet the 4-year-old fashion designer who's making trash bags trendy

Age is just a number for four-year-old Zoe Waago who is taking the internet by storm as an emerging designer.

7 Creative Ways Parents Revealed The Sex Of Their Baby

When expectant parents learn the sex of their baby, they may decide to share the news in an exciting way (and even be surprised themselves). The tradition has become so popular, it’s spawned countless viral videos, photos and Pinterest...Show More Summary

These Two Dads Share The Story Of How They Created Their Beautiful Family

To see Steve Ledoux and Mark Becktold with their kids, you would naturally assume they had been planning for this moment all of their lives. But for them, both in their mid-50’s, the thought of being dads is a fairly recent one. In this...Show More Summary

If Your Kid Is Obsessed With Pokémon Go, Grab One of These Costumes Well Before Halloween

With the success of Pokémon Go, we're already predicting that all of our kids are going to want to dress up as their favorite creatures and trainers come this October. If you think your little one is going to want to collect candy in...Show More Summary

Beat the August Heat With Your Kiddos and a Netflix Binge (or 3!)

We hope you're enjoying the school hiatus as much as your kids are, but we're realists, so we know you may be needing to enlist the help of some screen time right about now. Lucky for all of us, Netflix's August lineup for kids is awesome. Show More Summary

Edit Your Life Ep. 46: Should We Force Our Kids to Be Tidy?

These days, decluttering is almost considered an act of moral courage. But tidying is a far more complicated issue, particularly depending on your personal history and family personalities. In reaction to a New York Times piece on the (seemingly simple!) question of whether we should force kids to be tidy, we discuss the current decluttering culture, upbringing […]

Five-Name Friday: Girl Name Like Juniper, Opal

"Looking for a girl's name that goes well with Juniper and Opal. Bonus points if it starts with a T!"

4 Struggles Every Mom Can Relate To

I was always the person who said I didn't know if I wanted kids. Not only am I horribly awkward around young humans, but I was highly selfish as well. Life had a different plan for me, however. The second I became a mom, something clicked inside of me. Show More Summary

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