Why you need to know what it means when your teen posts ‘HMU4ATBH’ to social media. More »Your Teen May Be Playing This Weird Social Media Selfie Game Right Now
A photo of a mother-of-three wearing a bikini and showing off her “permanently flabby” post-baby figure has gone viral for its empowering message about body image. More »Mom Flaunts 'Permanently Flabby' Bikini Body: 'I Was Blessed Enough to Carry My Babies'
When it comes to discussions about working moms vs. stay-at-home moms, the digital village that brings women together also tears us down. More »Stay-at-home vs. working moms: Can't we share without being attacked?
"Upstairs, now!" "Brush teeth!" Will Ferrell is making us laugh today, talking about what it's like parenting three boys. More »Will Ferrell: Parenthood is like running a prison
Women of Grace. A South Carolina woman’s new essay about being raised by her lesbian mom contains a surprising revelation: she opposes marriage equality. More »Daughter of Two Moms Comes Out Against Gay Marriage
A single mom working three different jobs to support her 8-year-old son was awarded a very special and much-needed gift: A new car. More »Formerly Homeless Single Mom Gets a Generous Gift
As parents, we assume we have a right to tell our kids' stories for them-but we don't, writes Emma Waverman. More »Sharenting: Is it OK to write our kids' stories?
A father who learned of a thwarted mass casualty attack at his son’s school has written an open letter to the suspect that has gone viral. More »Father Writes Letter 'To the Teen Who Planned to Kill My Son'
The vice principal of a California middle school has been placed on administrative leave after he was caught on a student’s phone camera saying, “I just don’t like the black kids.” Joe DiFilippo, an 18-year vet of the Fresno Unified School District, is under investigation for the incident — and on Tuesday he was the target of a protest that had former students chanting, “I love black people,” and “Black power.” More »Students Protest After Principal’s Racist Comment Caught on Camera
On October 18, 2010, Zoey Mendoza kneeled, tangled up in a hug with her children, Jada, 5 and Jordan, 3 before leaving them at daycare as usual. More »Why I Never Had More Children After My Kids' Untimely Death
Who doesn’t love Cinderella? Millions, it turns out. Though Disney’s 1950 animated hit based on Charles Perrault’s 17th-century version of the fairy tale Cendrillon has spawned more than a dozen retools — including director Kenneth Branagh’s 2015 incarnation which earned $68 million at the box office this past weekend — hating on Cinderellais getting popular. More »New 'Cinderella' Film Sparks Backlash
A blogger and mom of four has spoken out in response to criticism of her viral blog post, which gave an untouched look at her post-baby body. More »Mom of Four Answers Bullies After Posting Unretouched Photos
An elementary school in Portland, Oregon, has put a controversial approach to discipline on hold after parents complained that it caused their kids to feel “humiliated.” More »School’s Punishments for Kids Upsets Parents
Jason Larke didn't expect to see his third child being born. But thanks to a new virtual reality device, he got to be there for his son's debut. More »Dad watches son's birth from 4,000 km away using virtual reality
As hospitals gradually change the way C-sections are performed, Jennifer Pinarski thinks we need to change our attitudes, too. More »Gentle C-sections: Will this new trend ease the stigma?
A New Jersey mother of two, Sandra Hughes Dohm, has taken to YouTube and social media in a heartbreaking effort to find her sons, ages 7 and 8, following their alleged abduction by their father five weeks ago. More »Mom of Kidnapped Boys Turns to Web to Find Them
Hilary Duff made a splash on Instagram Sunday when she posted a selfie in a barely-there black bikini. The actress, whose son Luca will turn three this week, addressed all moms in the body-positive caption: “Hey #moms #westillgotit ❤ #loveyourbod” More »Mom Hilary Duff Posts Bikini Selfie: 'We Still Got It'
Gary was widely trumpeted as being a name on the brink of extinction, but with 442 baby boys named Gary in the US in the most recent year counted, the reality is: Far from it. More »Baby Names on the Verge of Extinction
Sexual health educator Dr. Lindsey Doe has a few words to say to the teen boy aggressively pursuing her 14-year-old daughter. More »Leave her alone: Mom's message to teen boy goes viral
Being a parent is hard work and a new ad campaign is underscoring that message with a fake job description for the “Hardest Job in the World.” The compensation: 172,000 British pounds, or about $254,000 American dollars (provided workers are paid 40 hours a week plus 79 hours of overtime). More »The Salary Parents Deserve, According to a 'Brilliant' Calculator
A photo of a U.S. military member breastfeeding her baby while in uniform has sparked heated online discussion about whether or not the ideals of motherhood and military strength can — and should — mix. More »Air Force Mom Breastfeeding in Uniform Is Stunning Look at Military Parenthood
It’s never too early to encourage body shaming, right? That must be why an online gift company called Wry Baby is selling onesies that read, “I hate my thighs” and “Love me for my leg rolls.” More »Baby Onesie Message Stirs Controversy: 'I Hate My Thighs'