Jacqueline Baez-Leonard: Sometimes being a good parent means less talking, more listening

“Mom, what’s a lesbian? … Someone at school called me one, and I want to know what it is.”

Claire Flatowicz: Spring Cleaning: Signs it’s time to toss your clothes

It’s time to dust off those shelves that never see a dust rag, clean out those kitchen cabinets and my clothes closet.

Amy Grace: 8 white hot dresses that are under $100

Gone are the days and the rule that says you can’t wear white until after Memorial Day.

Jen Schneider: Take the April Acts of Kindness challenge

Get inspired to take part in April Acts of Kindness Month.

Jessica Brashear: 6 things no pregnant woman should be expected to do

I’m tired. I’m large. I’m sick and tired of being large.

The Sassy Housewife: Why won’t my child use the potty? C’mon we’ve been training forever

My daughter just can’t seem to get the concept. She is constantly having accidents and it is a fight to just get her on the potty.

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How many times have you said, “Don’t do that” and then promptly did whatever “that” is yourself?

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I’m going to say something which might be unpopular.

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Coreya Lay is a charming, nuturing mother who strives to rise above poverty and become self-reliant.

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Yep, it’s true – I’m in a book!

And, it’s a real book. Not one made by my children with pictures that I have to say are princesses when they really look like poop balls.

Yep, a real published book, called “The Mother of All Meltdowns”. It’s an anthology of 30 stories written by “mommy bloggers” in which we share our best, worst, saddest and funniest mommy meltdown moments.

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Turns out the subjects that baffled me as a student – math, history, geography – haven’t gotten any easier .

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“Mom, does dad ever get tired of the letters on his arm?”

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Children benefit considerably when adults stand together.

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While both parents are important to their children, fathers have an impact on not only the way their daughters view men, but also the way that they view the world.

As a father, it’s important that you take an active role in your daughter’s life and provide her with the affection and affirmations she needs to grow into a confident, secure adult.

These 10 tips can help you build up your daughter’s self-esteem while strengthening your relationship.

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An advocacy group says “no” in a complaint Wednesday to the government about mobile apps that claim to help babies learn.

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I’d like to think my children have all they need, plus me.

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My daughter’s growing up, and I’m not so sure I’m ready for all of the new changes.

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“You look GREAT for having kids!” What did you just say to me?

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Life will provide a multitude of lessons, many of which they will have to learn on their own.

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It’s hard to know whether the punishments that are given out are teaching the lessons that we think they are.

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It’s sad to see the looks on their faces, but money is tight in my household.

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“Liam, Rowan, Corbin, Clara, crap, you!”

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We try so hard to protect our children’s hearts and make sure their roots and virtues are safe and grounded.

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I wish I could say my daddy demeanor was always like Mr. Rogers, but Major Dad may be a little more accurate during this tantrum stage.

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Oh, my word! There are only so many times I can make Barbie and Ken get married.

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He’s becoming a young man and it’s a hard pill to swallow.

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