The first day as a new parent is always tough. Suddenly you're completely responsible for a little life that's just starting to figure things out. This is especially true for adoptive parents, who might feel a bit disconnected from their new baby at first. Now imagine those adoptive parents are Dalmatians, and their new baby is a tiny tuxedo kitten. Game. Changer.Read Full Story
Every woman remembers her first time. Where she was, what she was wearing, who she was with and what it felt like. It's often painful, awkward and just plain gross, and I'm not talking about sex. I'm talking about the first time you got your period.Read Full Story
Most people have experienced what it's like to date someone who still lives at home. In high school, it was a necessary evil due to being minors and all, but what about during those less defined times, when one is officially an adult, but not yet financially independent? This "transitional period" where you're still sharing home space with your parents is a state with which millennials are all too familiar, and needless to say, it puts a major wrench in your dating life.Read Full Story
Birthmarks can be a pain. They're often in places on the body that can't be covered up, and they're rarely a flattering shape and color. I hate mine, and it's basically just a large freckle on my back. Now imagine yours covers almost half of one side of your body. Suddenly an irritating blemish is a disfiguring mark that will affect how people see you your entire life. That's the sort of birthmark 18-month-old toddler Honey-Rae has had since birth. However, before you start feeling bad for her, check out what her parents did to make her feel a little less different — they got her exact birthmark as matching tattoos!Read Full Story
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