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One mom attempts to sleep-train her baby in five days.
The creator of Peanut, an app that helps moms find friends, shares tips, tricks, and yes, pickup lines. 
Fear not, new moms: it won’t last forever! Listen to expert advice on how to deal with sleep deprivation during the first few months of parenthood. 
The actor and activist urges kids to take control of their own power in the fourth book of her middle-grade series.
What do you get when you put three podcast hosts together to discuss the infinite emotions of motherhood? One incredibly moving episode.
Episode 2 of That New Mom Life dives into the science, the soreness, and the stigmas around feeding a newborn, with the woman behind The Milk Manual.
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The day we’ve all been waiting for is finally here: launch day! That New Mom Life, a new podcast from Parents about those first bleary-eyed months of motherhood, is now available on listening platforms.
The actor delivers a sweet bedtime read about growing up and being yourself.
That New Mom Life explores the whirlwind that is the first few months of parenting with Editor-in-Chief of Parents Latina Grace Bastidas and Desiree Fortin, Instagrammer behind the handle @ThePerfectMom.
Weave these clever health hacks into your child's daily life to give him a healthy kick start in the world.
The singer and mom of two tells us about what is getting her and husband Mike Fisher through pandemic parenting and sharing her love of music with her sons.
The actor and mom of two shared what's getting her and her kids through the ups and downs of 2020.
Parents.com understands that raising good people is the most important job. We serve up trusted advice that empowers all parents to care for their kids with confidence and enjoy the ride.
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"The families we end up having may not be the ones we envisioned before we became parents." That's the theme of this episode, where Sopranos star Jamie-Lynn Sigler and authors Katherine and Jay Wolf open up about parenting with chronic illness and disability.
Hosts Shaun T and Julia Dennison talk to Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burruss, bioethicist Dr. Robert Klitzman, and Meredith president and chief digital officer Catherine Levene about building families through in vitro fertilization and surrogacy.
Nikki DeBartolo and Benjamin Heldfond of Our Happy Divorce talk about divorce, successful co-parenting, and, yes—how a breakup really can lead to a happy life.
With 11 million single-parent households in the U.S.—whether by choice, due to the end of a relationship, the loss of a partner, or something else—no two single-parent families look the same. But one thing's certain: these parents are truly an inspiration.
Bluegrass musician Barry Abernathy of Appalachian Road Show opens up about expanding his family through foster care and adoption. 
"Equality and acceptance need to be taught and reinforced constantly so it is part of who the child is and thus, part of who they become as an adult." This week, We Are Family discusses the Black Lives Matter movement and how to talk about race with kids.
This week, We Are Family explores foster care—from a parent and a kid's perspective. 
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Michael Seligman, co-host of the podcast Mob Queens and director of the new film P.S. Burn This Letter Please, opens up about being gay, adopted, and what it means to have a "found family."
Twelve tries, six egg donors, five surrogates, two doctors, one miscarriage—this week We Are Family explores a real same-sex couple's path to parenthood.
Episode 2 of We Are Family, the new podcast from Parents, is celebrating Pride Month with an LGBTQ story about coming out, medically transitioning, and how as parents, we can support kids who are transgender.