Celebrating the beauty and diversity of what it means to be a family today.
Becoming a single mother by choice is an increasingly popular path to motherhood, as more women are making the decision to have a child on their own, whether through artificial insemination, adoption, in-vitro fertilization, or other means. But what does it take to become a single mom by choice, and what is life really like once Baby is here?
Behind the scenes of the hit Netflix series, Karamo Brown's remarkable life story will remind you of the power of parenthood.
Author Mashonda Tifrere shares how she learned to accept her divorce from rapper Swizz Beatz and put her baby's needs ahead of her own hurt feelings. Today, she co-parents Kasseem Dean, Jr., 11, and has a successfully blended family with Swizz Beatz and his wife, singer Alicia Keys.
After a mom learns her newborn daughter has Down syndrome, she shares the news with friends and family and discovers a supportive and inspiring village ready to follow along on their family's journey into the world of special needs.
Meet a mom, Debbie, who volunteered to be a surrogate for her pal, Stacey, and gave birth to quads.
A mom of two with MS takes us through a day in her unpredictable life.
At 15, most girls are thinking about clothes, boys, and parties. But Jamie got pregnant -- and now she's focused on raising her son.
When her grandson first came to live with her, Anita Andren didn't have the parental rights to even get him medical attention. But once she became his legal guardian, things got easier. She shares the challenges—and joys—of raising children the second time around.
Air Force families like the Smiths know that their comfortable home life could be interrupted at any time. Here's what life looked like for the Smith family in 2003, when both parents faced deployment over seas.
As soulfully as she writes her music, the rocker describes the beauty of creating a modern-day family with a lot of love and, yes, a little donated sperm.
As we celebrate National Foster Care Month in May, grab some tissues and read the story of Lacey Dunkin, who adopted six (six!) sisters.