It's easy to thank your lucky stars that you have a healthy child, but it doesn't do much in the way of dousing my strong desire to do something to help kids with cancers like leukemia. So, instead of sitting on my rear, I challenge you to join me as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month wraps up with these butt-kicking ways to join the fight against childhood cancer.Read Full Story
Leaving your kids behind is the last thing you'd think about doing, but unless you have a living trust or have written a will, what happens to your kids when you die? A mom with cancer asked an oncology nurse to raise her son if the disease took her life, which got me realizing the importance of deciding who will raise your kids if you die.Read Full Story
Meeting friendly moms in the park doesn't always raise red flags, but for one Georgia mom, it ended in her death. And now I'm paranoid to agree to bring my kids around anyone we don't know, as I'm wondering if playdates and hand-me-downs could lead to murder. But before I keep my kids on lockdown, there are a few steps I plan to take to ensure the kindness of strangers is safe.Read Full Story
I was raised in the submissive Christian culture. I was told point blank that men are leaders and women are followers. I was on the track to make marriage my career as I attended Bible College — which is why it's so hard to read a blog post written by a pastor about his 5-year-old daughter that discusses just that.Read Full Story
Dads, we get it. You're protective of your little girl — how sweet. While every child should be so lucky to have a caring, involved father, the "overbearing dad with a shotgun" trope is getting really old.Read Full Story
Parenting-shaming happens to celebrities too. When you're in the limelight like Rob Schneider, you can't go waving your anti-vaccine opinions out in the open and not expect it to affect your job. So when pro-vaccinators rallied against the State Farm ads featuring the SNL actor, State Farm Insurance caved and will pull the ads from rotation.Read Full Story
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West brought their 15-month-old daughter North West to the Balenciaga show during Paris Fashion Week — and the pint-sized tot managed to show off her walking skills, despite the fact she was wearing large boots.Read Full Story
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