Call me crazy, but my husband and I actually chose to have our sons 16 months apart. We wanted to plow through the cumbersome baby stage. But the most common question that I get when wrangling two twin-like little boys on the street comes with an eyebrow raise and an implication: "Wow, you didn't waste much time, did you?"Read Full Story
I grew up in a house where Santa was forbidden because Jesus was the reason for the season. Way to suck the fun out of magical Christmastime. Now that I'm an adult and have developed my own relationship with God, I have a special Christmas message to share: Jesus is totally cool with Santa bringing your kid presents.Read Full Story
It's the Christmas Eve edition of Celebrity Baby Bump Day and this week's pregnant celebrities are looking particularly festive. Newly pregnant singer Ashlee Simpson showed off her baby bump as she did some last minute shopping, while Blake Lively proved that a cape and a baby bump were this season's hottest accessories. Bones star Emily Deschanel, Molly Sims and Vanessa Lachey round out our list of the most festive baby bumps this holiday week.Read Full Story
A little boy in Connecticut is going to get his Christmas wish this year. He wrote a letter to Santa Claus asking that his grandfather get the day off from his job at Madison Beach Hotel in Madison, Connecticut. Like a Christmas miracle, 9-year-old Julian Otero got a letter from Santa — and his wish.Read Full Story
If there's one thing being a parent has taught me, it's that sleep is no longer a given. From 2 a.m. barf-fests to cluster feeds, my kids' needs have often trumped my own desperate love affair with sleep. On Christmas Day, I know I'll get up obscenely early. But dude? It's Christmas.Read Full Story
Teachers at Baden-Powell and St Peter's Church of England Junior School are known for delighting their students with a secret performance at each year's Christmas show. This year they outdid themselves with a "Let it Go" flashmob.Read Full Story
It's perfectly normal to "let yourself go" and take a few months or even years to adjust as a new mom. But in the long-term, your physical health and your emotional well-being matter just as much as caring for your family. There's no excuse to put yourself last on the list.Read Full Story
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