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"You'll wear your heart on your sleeve. You'll feel things deeply and you’ll take everything to heart."
"This 'terrible two' stage? It’s my favorite so far."
After returning from a family vacation to Mexico, Joanna and Chip Gaines have their laundry work cut out for them.
Crew (and his crew) enjoyed some R&R in Mexico.
This mom is a genius!
The couple announced their happy news to friends and fans on Friday.
Jamie Lynn Spears had her first child at 17, and says age is just a number when it comes to being a parent.
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"Sometimes hurt comes when you feel so much love and gratitude for what is that you want to stay in one present second forever, but you know you can’t."
"When the sun goes down and we all cuddle up to watch a movie in our messy house, my kids snuggle in close to me and fight over who gets to be nearest."
In a season three episode, 'Queer Eye' shows what parenting through grief is like and shares an important message: It’s OK to accept assistance
Jessica Simpson welcomed her third child with husband Eric Johnson, a girl named Birdie Mae.
When they told us you had Down syndrome, it was a big shock. Our bond was instantaneous, but I was terrified.
A Harvard expert says to let your teen lead the way.
JoJo Siwa’s mom, Jess, shares with TODAY’s Sheinelle Jones on an episode of “Through Mom’s Eyes” how she raises a YouTube and Nickelodeon star, deals with internet trolls, and more. Plus, JoJo teaches Sheinelle some dance moves and shares her favorite thing about her mom.
Like mother, like daughter!
In this new series, TODAY National Investigative Correspondent Jeff Rossen – father of adventurous kids – will make your child the safest on the block.
It's so good, it helped ME sleep better at night.
Sometimes the perfect pair of pajamas is absolute bliss.
When Cat and Nat share their hilarious "Mom Truths" videos on the TODAY Parenting Team, mothers everywhere snort coffee out of their noses.
"Have you ever been at the park and noticed a mother with the same number of children as you?"