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November is Prematurity Awareness Month, and Friday, November 17 is World Prematurity Day. The March of Dimes is committed to cutting-edge research, education, and advocacy ...

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Two major consumer products – neither of which are gender-specific – have campaigns focused on ending mom judgment and shaming. It’s a brave step for both Yoplait ...

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Back in 2009, when I first became a mom, I imagined my maternity leave would be one long, blissful and productive experience. I daydreamed about the day that I could walk out ...

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When the weather cools down many families find themselves craving warm, home-cooked meals. The trouble with warm, home cooked meals though it that someone has to cook them. ...

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For about a year now, we've been dealing with a little bit of, shall we say, troublesome behavior in our home. Apparently, age nine is the new 15 and all that. Because the ...

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"My husband is working out of town this week, so I'm a single parent!" Every single parent has heard this phrase, or something very similar, probably more than once. On the ...

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When it comes to caring for a newborn, it's a lot of work. I swear, each time I brought a new baby home, if you had asked me a few weeks prior, I would have told you I ...

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We all know there’s a lot more to a good childhood than having the newest toys, but it can still be tough to avoid loading your kids up with new things around the holidays. ...

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Pink is making quite a name for herself as the "Cool Mom Everyone Wants To Be Friends With," from her confessions about motherhood on everything from breastfeeding to how ...

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The holidays are right around the corner which means a new influx of toys will soon invade your living space. Start a toy clean-out before the holidays to avoid drowning in ...

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