Gone are the days of the perfect parent: enter the era of celebrating your ‘mom flaws’. #ParentsIRL is all about what parenthood is REALLY like, because what we once thought of as ‘imperfections’—stretch marks, using dry shampoo—are just proof that you’re living your life as a mindful, loving parent.
Maternity leave isn't easy for everyone. Our advice? Get it together before baby shows up so you have a chance to enjoy it. Here are some tips and tricks from the pros about how to make your time off count.
Diaper changes can be filled with drama, but these techniques straight from parenting experts can help minimize the chaos.
Changing your baby’s diaper isn’t always fun, but it can be funny. (Or at least make for a good story once some time passes, right?) Yes, someday we’ll all look back and laugh, preferably when they’re 16 and their prom date is over.
Life with a newborn can be really intense... and messy. So why not stock up on some stylish things to make you and your child feel extra-nice?
Do you suffer from Groundhog Day Syndrome? You know, where every day seems exactly the same? It happens a lot when you're helping your kids stick to a routine. We have the antidote.
New motherhood is incredibly joyful, but face it: It can sometimes be downright boring for both of you. So check out these activities and let the good times begin.
Looking for new ways to pass down your Latin heritage? These fun and easy activities will have kids beaming with pride in no time.
If you feel guilty about self-care, know this, mama: Taking care of yourself isn't a luxury—it's an essential part of being a good mom.
"I’ve come to realize that her choices are a representation of her personality, and by trying to force her into a mold that she didn’t fit, I was stifling her creativity."
"After I lost Henry’s big sister, Susannah, at 20 weeks’ gestation, the parent I thought I’d be disappeared like smoke."
It’s amazing how easy it is to forget the magical little moments you assumed would get tattooed on your brain. I promise that my technique for holding on to happy memories works.
More dads are choosing to stay home and take care of the kids instead of being the traditional breadwinner. And they’ve learned a few secrets they want to share.