Lottie, the doll created to defy gender stereotypes, brought International Women's Day 2015 to the younger generation with the launch of a new campaign. #BeYou is designed to build the self-esteem of young girls and we think it's awesome.Read Full Story
D.C. moms Rebecca Melsky and Eva St. Clair are mad that there simply aren't many options for girls' clothing that isn't "girly". I put that word in quotations because I believe it is a descriptor that puts girls in a gender-stereotyped box and impacts their entire lives. Melsky and St. Clair feel the same way, which is why they started their own clothing line aimed at breaking down these stereotypes. It's called "Princess-Awesome", and it's rocketing to stardom, one spaceship dress at a time.Read Full Story
You simply can't underestimate the importance of family support when you're a single parent. Of course, nowadays families come in all shapes and sizes. For some friends provide a stronger support network than blood relatives do. I'm lucky to have both fighting my corner. But in my opinion, nobody compares to grandparents who care.Read Full Story
Times have definitely changed for single parents! In the not-too-distant past, single mothers were seen as "spoiled goods" destined to be single for the rest of their lives. Thank goodness we have progressed and, clearly, for the better. New research is showing that single parents of younger children are dating far more than their older counterparts.Read Full Story
Susan Biggar knows how important it is not to sweat the small stuff: Her eldest son, Aidan, was diagnosed with a serious, life-threatening condition called cystic fibrosis (CF) as a baby and doctors predicted he wouldn't live past his 30th birthday.Read Full Story
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