Postpartum: The Musical.
Postpartum: The Musical.
If only you had any time to read this.
Unless you’re into medical-themed sex, I guess.
“No matter what our beliefs, we’re parents first.”
Unleashing a nipple in public can trigger a wide range of reactions. From Harrods to the Apple Store, how cool are the capital’s swanky establishments with breastfeeding on their premises?
Looking for a little help figuring this parenting thing out?
Being OK with imperfection — in ourselves and others.
The moral of the story is: Never have Jon Hamm around in an emergency.
Call me “golu molu” one more time. I dare you.
It’s Like They Know Us! is for all parents who don’t lounge around the house wearing all-white.
Birth can be magical. Let us prove it.
Get me a f&*%ing epidural.
Your mommy blog started off as celebration of your children, who now only distract you from your mommy blog.
As if creating life wasn’t difficult enough, pregnant women have to deal with everyone asking them strange questions. “Can I touch your belllllyyyy?”
“We have to find a way to value men and women who are privileging their private responsibilities as well as professional responsibilities,” says Anne-Marie Slaughter. But none of this will be simple.
Despite a scary recent study about how drinking during pregnancy could lower a child’s IQ, an expert says it’s not hard evidence that an occasional drink is truly harmful.
Experts (and armchair psychologists) have long worried that over-involved parenting produces helpless kids. Now research shows that making kids the center of their lives can be bad for moms too.
Media coverage has long pitted attachment parenting — co-sleeping, extended breast-feeding, etc. — against feminist ideology. But a new study shows attachment principles are actually more popular with feminists than with other women.
Recent discussions surrounding stay-at-home motherhood has focused on Ann Romney, Hilary Rosen, and whether staying at home can be feminist. But some black stay-at-home moms say they’re still constantly forced to justify their existence.
“How can you leave your children?” It was the question leveled at me when I was away from my children for four month.
Something that (it turns out, after some careful consideration), mommy is not. Adorable :-) View Image ›
A razor-sharp parody of the faux-British pop icon and her mustachioed daughter, played by Nadya Ginsburg and Selene Luna, respectively. Watch Video ›
I don’t know how else to put this, other than, “A cannibal cult mother who tortured her son in a locked cellar while relatives skinned him and forced him to eat his own flesh has been jailed for nine years.” Read More ›
Forgetting anything they learned (or didn’t learn) about NBC’s quarterlife, ABC has given the green light to airing thirteen episodes of web series In The Motherhood, starring Leah Remini, Chelsea Handler, and Jenny McCarthy. Read More ›
A simple, two-minute test that detects alcohol in breast milk so new moms can monitor the safety of their alcohol levels. Read More ›