So much for neighborhood lemonade stands, I guess.
Featuring the Internet’s new darling, “apparently” kid, an adorable surfing seal, and a baby that loves Katy Perry.
Nine months is plenty of time for stuff to get weird.
WE LOVE YOU, MOM.
This is a total nightmare.
She says she was shamed for wearing a bikini and showing her stretch marks. “What great and amazing feat has YOUR body done?”
“I shouldn’t have agreed to this.”
This questionable item was handed out to parent bloggers at the 2014 BlogHer Conference.
The #StopCensoringMotherhood hashtag fights against social media sites that keep removing pictures of “women showcasing themselves in a nonsexual way.” Facebook, however, defends its strict policy against any child nudity.
And now, everyone on the internet is sending her death threats.
“Hammer everything he loves.”
“I’ve never thought of you as the maternal type…”
Meet Danielle and her life-size cardboard cutout of Bradley Cooper.
Get me a f&*%ing epidural.
No one sends text messages like moms send text messages. No one.
Her 3-year-old had no idea what was in store for her.
Prosecutors say that Lacey Spears was feeding toxic levels of sodium to her 5-year-old to keep him sick so she could write about it on social media.
There is nothing more powerful than a father’s love for his children.
Oh, fair warning, this post contains photos of a dead person wearing sunglasses.
Moms can do anything, even make hilarious viral videos while pregnant.
Moms equipped with thumbs amiright.
The girl behind the attack is currently in a juvenile detention center.
People are not thrilled about it.
Vine is not a safe place for parents.
That’s one happy Greek woman.
The lesson is: Block your mom on Facebook!
As if you had doubts.