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Mom is supposed to know it all, all the time. But what if you don't? With some tips from experts and the wisdom of other moms, we can figure it out together.

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I might be a hypocrite, even after being furious that my grandmother read mine, but I would still read my daughter's diary. ... more
Mothering while chronically ill can be difficult, but I've found ways to adjust. Creativity rather than activity now fuels our family. ... more
I never thought it was in my nature to nurture, but when I became a mom, I became someone the old me wouldn't recognize, and I'm OK with it. ... more
Highly effective moms get things done with equal parts of good ol' fashioned drive and a handful of these efficient habits. ... more
I used to love getting dressed up. Now that I'm a mom, I wear the same thing every day to save time. ... more
I asked women around 60 years old with grown children what they wish they knew when they were my age. Here's what they want us younger moms to know. ... more
My mother loved and nurtured me, but she never got down on the ground to play. But parenting seems to have changed. Am I now supposed to be a playmate? ... more
Through each new experience as a mom, I've discovered a new part of myself. ... more
I've been a mom for eight years, and I've constantly been sorting, cleaning, and organizing; because when you're a parent, you're never "finished" with anything. ... more
Becoming a mother made me realize how important a woman's right to choose is. ... more
While I know I have many firsts ahead of me, there are days when I mourn and think, "Wow, she's our last child." ... more
Being a working mom allows me time to miss my kids. At the end of the day, I head home feeling reenergized and excited to see two smiling faces. ... more
We are complete. In fact, I'm confused why anyone has more than one kid because having an only child is so perfect for us. ... more
The truth is, I'm a good mom. I'm just too busy being my own worst critic to notice. ... more