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Video: The most hilarious dads on the playground.
One of the many benefits to having kids is that I’m exposed to this crap more than I was pre-kids and, well, I eat it up...literally.
Doing donuts on wet asphalt in a BMW is almost as fun as having two nights in a hotel sans husband and kids. Almost.
If you think life stops after pregnancy, you're doing it all wrong
You are the picture of how every basketball player or supermodel describes themselves as a kid: gangly, some parts of you playing catch-up with others, experimenting with odd style decisions.
I recently caught myself doing something involving ice cream that went against everything I thought I would be as a parent and I had to laugh
Because if she doesn’t know where she stands now, she’ll never know how to get somewhere new
The little perks of having kids early
I have no desire to be a helicopter parent, but somehow I became an unwitting one anyway. My kids want to interact with me constantly, which I love. But I also love making dinner, something I am currently unable to do without the aid of Wild Kratts.
I aspire to have a neat, beautifully-appointed home with real art scattered throughout. But I also have children. Here’s one way we compromise.
Newborns nurse every two hours, you say? Try nonstop for three three months. Mine come up for air every two hours
Retro onesies, high-top booties and more fun picks for the mom-to-be