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Picking a Pet? Five Moms Share How They Decided On Their Furry Friends

You’ve made the big decision to add a pet to your family and now it’s time for another important choice: What kind of animal will you get? Once you’ve narrowed your choice down to cat or dog (or bird, or…

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12 Energy-Boosting Bites for Active Families

Perfect for on-the-go families this summer.

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Christina Milian & Matt Pokora Welcome Baby Boy

Singer Christina Milian recently announced the birth of her third child.

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Friends in the World of a Special Needs Mom

“I appreciate even more that I have found a few amazingly supportive, truly genuine friends. The ones who check in on me when I haven’t been heard from in a few days, just to make sure I’m doing ok.”

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Graco’s New Car Seat Will Save You Serious Space & Make Car Rides More Enjoyable

Discover why this new car seat is ideal for families with limited space or multiple kids—and why we’ll be using it for years to come.

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11 Things Every Mom Learns with Her Second Child

If you’re considering a second child, here’s what to expect. And if you’re a mom of two, you’ll find solidarity in these two-kid truths.

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A Simply Complicated Life

“It’s okay to be a stay-at-home mom and miss the busyness and productivity of the workforce. It’s also okay to be a working mom and miss the quiet morning snuggles and afternoons at the park.”

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Get Ready for Thanksgiving with Hello Bello’s Turkey Bundle Diaper Boxes

The limited-edition November box can be easily transformed right before your eyes.

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Can Seed Cycling Help Imbalanced Hormones?

“Seed cycling involves eating certain types of seeds during certain phases of your menstrual cycle to promote a hormone balance. Once I started seed cycling, I’ve noticed fewer headaches, shorter and lighter periods, longer luteal phases, and overall increased mood and energy levels.”

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A Letter to Our Teachers: Thank You for Keeping Us Going

“You’ve shown up for my kids with the same loving-but-‘Let’s get down to business’ attitude they’ve known all school year—even as the weight of working from home amid a pandemic has become so big you’ve probably felt like you can’t always carry it.”

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50 Ways Families Can Save the Planet

Caring about the environment doesn’t have to drastically alter your lifestyle. There are plenty of little things you can do, too.

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Help Ease Your Child’s Anxiety during COVID-19 with These 3 Tips

“Not all experiences in life have to be difficult, it is how we choose to react to these experiences that will shape how your children view fear and react to the world around them.”

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Mindful Eating & 3 Ways to Cut Out Sugar

“I realized after all my hardships that I am an emotional eater and when under extreme amounts of stress, I seek comfort in food. Once I became aware that I was actually doing this I was able to change and develop tools to cope.”

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To the Moms Whose Kids Don’t Ever Sit Still

“Your house may need a few touch-ups at the end of all of this, but paint is a magical thing. In the meantime, Godspeed. Keep going, and remember this one truth: there is always time for a dance party in quarantine. Alexa, play some gangster rap, please.”

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Managing Anxiety & Stress in Our Kids

“When we provide our children with time to unwind, we are fostering other important attributes to come out such as self-care, exploration, and creativity.”

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6 Hoppin’ Ways to Spend This Year’s Leap Day in Atlanta

Fill your extra day with these ways to play in Atlanta.

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How to Take Care of Yourself Postpartum

A good mom is a healthy mom, so here are some ways to make sure you are cared for while you care for your newborn.

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When Puppy Love Helps Heal a Loss

“While I knew our family needed a dog, I wasn’t sure that I was ready for a new puppy. I was so much younger the first time around and had gotten used to the calm and easy life that an old dog provides.”

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How I Positively Changed the Relationship with My Kids

I realized that I was irritated a lot and decided I needed a change. Here is how I went from “Negative Nelly” to focusing on things I loved, became more relaxed around my kids, and started to enjoy my life again.

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5 Healthy Snack Alternatives for Kids on the Go

This summer, power those long days and your family’s activities with these tasty (and better-for-you) food choices.

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Study Proves What We Already Knew: Being Pregnant Is Like Running a Marathon (& Winning )

Being pregnant is basically like doing Iron Man… for nine months.

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Letting Go of Emotional Baggage to Become a Better Parent

Emotional baggage doesn’t have to be burdensome. Identifying it, and releasing the energy will allow you to become a better parent.

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How to Cope When Your Tot Is Scared to Try New Foods

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Some mountains are thousands of feet tall and some are built out of mashed foods. Regardless of the where and the size, your little one’s mountains can be hard for them to overcome and offering support is one way…

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Eat Smart, Mama: How to Curb Stress & Increase Energy

Stress and energy are intertwined, the more relaxed you are, the more energized you’ll be.

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Parents of ADHD Children: Here Are Some Things to Consider

Whether your child was diagnosed, or you suspect they may have ADHD, here are some things to consider.

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4 Ways These Successful Women Stay Energized (All Without Coffee!)

Here are 4 surprising — and simple — ways that successful women across various industries stay energized without coffee.

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Target Is Going Green with New Climate Goals Just in Time for Earth Day

Here’s how the big red bullseye retailer is going green.

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This Mom’s Parenting Pie Charts Will Make Your Day

It’s hard to believe a bar graph could be this hilarious.

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It’s February, So How Are Those New Year’s Resolutions? How to Make ‘Em Stick

Approximately 80 percent of resolutions fail by the second week in February. Here’s how to keep going.

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