"It matters how we talk to our daughters about our bodies! They are listening. They are asking."
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"It was not her intention to do a nurse-in. Tanya was just doing what she had to do to feed her baby."
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"I'll miss our middle-of-the-night sessions, our pumping-at-work-sessions, and even our sessions."
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"Nothing can really prepare you for the sheer overwhelming experience of what it means to become a mother."
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"Our job is to help other people," she told her daughter. "This mom is all by herself with no help, and really needs another mom to help."
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"We don't want them to be hungry, and not just because a hungry child can't learn but because we care about them. Hungry feels scary."
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"Kids are much better at saying thanks than we are," her mother shared.
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"I don't mind advertising a healthy marriage," says Bell. "I'm trying just like everyone else."
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At first, it gave me pause — until I realized this was my chance to give her an important lesson on kindness.
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Little Peanut is proving yet again just how dogs are so much more than just "man's best friend."
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"Parents will be tearing [their] hair out without 'Paw Patrol' and 'Peppa Pig' for the kiddies ... "
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"I would not be where I am today without my village and words can't express how much you mean to us ... "
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Teaching her the difference between speaking up when something's wrong and being a snitch has grown, shall we say, complicated.
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"I know I'm NACHO typical Dorito but I'm going to be CHEESY and ask: will you go to prom with me?"
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Divorce can get ugly — but for couples with kids, it can get even uglier. That's where parenting coordinators come in.
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"We need to speak up about our tales of sadness and hope and joy. We are no lesser because of it."
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The red-headed 4-year-old is bubbly, bright, and just like 1 in 68 American children, just so happens to be on the autism spectrum.
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I don't know what the future holds for my daughter's health, but I do know this: I will always fight for her, no matter what.
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"I think being different is a good thing … It means you think different than other people."
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"This will change baby girl, I will make it change ... I never want another mom to feel this way."
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Research tells us that after-school programs are more than effective for at-risk kids — they're crucial. So why are they the first to go?
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Anxiety can't be cured, but it can be managed. And by taking your child's hand and walking with them, they'll know that they're not alone.
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Let's give a shout out to the dads who forgot the coupons at home (again) and the moms who burn the grilled cheese.
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"We've worked really hard over the years to create a life that we don't need a vacation from."
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"I'm a REAL mama, with REAL pregnancy cravings and REAL battles of accepting how my body changes ... "
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"More women should try it … They might surprise themselves and see their bodies in ways they weren't anticipating."
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For some students, lunch can be the most excruciating part of the day. But not anymore for those at Boca High School.
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So hopefully one day, we won't need an entire month dedicated to women's history to remind us why it's important.
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It may not feel true, but according to researchers in Sweden, the benefits of parenthood are greater than once thought.
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