Month: April 2018

The fear, the panic, the sanitizer! It’s all fun and games until someone sneezes! Is it allergies or worse? Thankfully STAINMASTER® LiveWell™ carpet helps you fight dust and allergens....

Christa Couture, who has one leg, had a hard time picturing what maternity photos of herself would look like. Searching turned up endless images of women gently cradling their...

Flying 1,300 miles away this week from my tiny baby boy seems like the worst idea ever right now. But let me back up for a minute: When I...

Parenting can be hard. All day long, you run around after children who have the stamina of endurance athletes. At night while you’re trying to recover, you’re often joined by...

To my soon-to-be-born son, You weren’t supposed to be here. I never thought I would have a son. We found out we were pregnant with our fourth baby early...

monkeybusinessimages / Getty I recently took my two month old daughter to a local fundraising event for women. I left my 3-year-old son at home so I could attempt...

Free spirit, self-sufficient, call it what you want—that’s me. I’m proud to be an independent woman, but it can be a double-edged sword. Independence is both my greatest strength...

As a little girl, I felt anxious and confused most of the time. I didn’t understand that the way I felt wasn’t normal, and I figured it was my...

Yesterday, as I was touching up my nail polish, my 3-year-old son came over to watch. He liked the color I was using, and asked me to paint his...

I’ve noticed a disturbing trend on Facebook recently: people venting about their children’s teachers. The complaints are usually similar in nature — the kid said the teacher was mean,...