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Kori Ellis is an editor and writer based in San Antonio, TX, where she lives with her husband and four children. At SheKnows, she writes about parenting, fashion, beauty and other lifestyle topics. Additionally, Kori has been published in dozens of magazines, newspapers and websites worldwide, writing about everything from wedding planning to fantasy sports.
Shopping for new baby gear is a lot of fun. When you find something you like, consider more than just the price or style. It may be worth it to spend a little extra on items that can last for your child through the transition from infant to toddler and beyond.Read Full Story
Although it is the Year of the Snake according to the Chinese zodiac, we don't suggest you start introducing reptile dishes to the dinner table. However, you can get inspired from Asian cuisine to create these tasty, kid-friendly recipes!Read Full Story
You might know Heather McDonald best from E!’s Chelsea Lately or their spin-off series, After Lately. She's an actress, comedian, story producer and a best-selling author too. Heather is also mother to three kids. And for the month of August, she's a SheKnows Mommaloguer!Read Full Story
Bethenny Frankel isn't just a reality TV star — she's a very successful businessperson and savvy entrepreneur. In addition to being the author of two New York Times best-sellers and the host of a daytime talk show, she's also the creator of the popular Skinnygirl liquor brand, which sold to Beam Inc. in 2011 for a reported $100 million.Read Full Story
They might have nannies, maids and other extra help that the average mom can't afford, but that doesn't mean celebrities have it easy when balancing kids and careers. We can learn a little something from each of these celebrity moms who are trying to manage it all.Read Full Story
More moms than ever are working these days. And unfortunately, working takes you away from your family and can lead to feelings of guilt. Toss that guilt and stress aside! You are working because you care about your kids, and just because you work doesn't mean you can't have a strong, loving bond with your children.Read Full Story
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