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Demystifying Endometriosis

Dr. Lindemann explains what endometriosis is and whether or not you can still get pregnant if you suffer from this painful disease.

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How to Support a Mama Grieving Her Miscarriage

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Authors’s Note: The following article is about miscarriage. Currently, many who suffer miscarriages suffer alone and those who do share their stories often aren’t met with the support they need. This is a PSA as…

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Mean or Bullying Behavior? Helping Kids Understand the Difference

“While context is important to understand meanness versus bullying, both behaviors are not okay and can be painful for kids as well as parents. Here’s how parents can respond to best support their kids.”

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7 Practical Tips to Deal with Baby Spit-Up

“Baby spit-ups, and the associated mess, while not being totally avoidable, can be managed with ease with these tips.”

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The Reasons I Wanted to STOP Breastfeeding

I remember my breaking point vividly—I was cradling my son, desperately trying to get him to latch as tears pour down my cheek—I looked over to my husband and told him I didn’t think I could do this anymore. I felt like I had failed.

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Study Shows Parental Touch Reduces Pain Responses in Babies’ Brains

How the baby’s brain processes and reacts to pain depends on their contact with a parent.

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How to Co-parent & Co-exist with Your Ex

“It is possible to stay friends and co-parent with minimal pain points and conflict with your ex. Here’s how.”

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Why Every ‘Now’ Moment Matters in Motherhood

In October 2005, my middle son was born. In 2018, he graduated from college.
Today, I’m trying to figure out how time works.

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Eons ago I had three kids in three and a half years. Life was…

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What Motherhood Means for Your Vagina

“Turns out 1 in 10 women felt they had no one to talk to about vaginal health throughout their pregnancy journey. Let’s change that statistic by learning about one of our most important body parts.”

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Do Your Kids Get Migraines? Read This

Migraines are never easy but there are steps you can take to help your kids cope with this painful, health issue.

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Hilaria Baldwin’s Post About Her Possible Miscarriage Is So Important

It’s time to remove the taboo on this sensitive topic.

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Challenge Your Kids Tonight: Who’s Faster—Cheetahs or Ants?

Need something fun to talk about at the dinner table tonight? Xyza: News for Kids has you covered.

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The Scientific Reason Why Stepping on a LEGO Hurts So, So Much

How is it possible for one tiny brick to feel like a thousand knives?

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Michael Bublé Opens Up about His Son’s Cancer Battle in Emotional Interview

This singer got real during a recent episode of “Carpool Karaoke.”

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Chickenpox Parties Are a Very Bad Idea, Doctors Warn. Here’s What to Do Instead

The chickenpox is definitely the worst party favor to come home with ever.

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A+ Advice on Recovering from a C-Section

Not sure what to expect after a C-section? Read this C-section recovery guide, complete with a timeline and tips.

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The First Photo of Bode Miller’s Newborn Son Will Move You to Tears

Bode and Morgan Miller welcome the newest member of their family and the profoundly moving moment has been captured on film.

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James Van Der Beek Opens Up about Wife’s Pregnancy Loss in Powerful IG Post

James Van Der Beek opens up about a very private struggle in his family—that’s more common than you might think.

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Ready to Shred! Local Sk8 Parks for Kids

If your little adventurer is chomping at the bit to grind, visit one of these kid-friendly skateboarding parks — all with their own signature brand of cool.

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We Need This LEGO Vacuum Like Whoa

Every parent needs one of these ASAP.

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What The REAL Teenage Years Are Like

Diapers and strollers and sippy cups have become boxer shorts and MetroCards and coffee cups.

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19 No-Fail Potty Training Hacks Parents Swear By

These no-fail tricks just might help speed up the potty training process. Yes, really.

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Motivating Your Kids to Take Risks Makes Them Less Anxious, New Study Finds

It seems completely counter-intuitive, but science says otherwise.

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No More Mom Jeans: Target Now Has Its Own Line of Denim

This new line not only features a selection for all body types, but comes with Target’s budget-friendly prices.

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Kristen Bell’s Pregnancy Photos Are Legit Delivery Room #Goals

All moms can relate to mesh panties and this throwback post.

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PBS Kids Has a New Year’s Eve Show for Those Early Bedtimes

Set your DVR and ring in 2018 long before the ball drops in Times Square.

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This Photo of a Barber Cutting an Autistic Boy’s Hair Shows Everything That’s Good in the World

This barber goes above and beyond to make kids with autism feel better about having their hair cut.

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Brooklyn Decker Is Just Like Us! When It Comes to Kids, That Is

Brooklyn Decker may have a jaw-dropping, bikini-ready body, but she’s just a regular ol’ mama going through the same things as us.

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These Easy, Stress-Free Tips Helped Our Family Move on a Budget

We are moving house and it is a logistical nightmare. We are shifting to our very first farm, which is 45 minutes from where we are currently living, and we are not hiring a removalist. When I think about shifting…

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Scientists Can Now Measure a Baby’s Pain by Looking Into Their Brain

Scientists have discovered a new way to understand a baby’s pain.

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This New App Is the Key to Getting Kids to Do Chores

This new app can make completing chores a cake walk.

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Spring Forecast… Are Your Kids Ready?

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Spring is here! The weather is warming up and flu season is almost over! This is the time of year for sun, fun, and relaxation.  Unfortunately with the warm weather comes a different group of illnesses and…

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