The late-night TV icon sat down with Sunday TODAY's Willie Geist to talk about wanting to be his son's best friend.
It's no traditional King James version, that's for sure
"Those scars and stretch marks are proof of the life I created.”
"Our thinking was that if we could keep a cat alive and happy, we could probably handle a baby."
"I feel approximately zero ounces of guilt for this."
"Take action on everything on this list and you'll see results in one day and pure magic in a week."
"I talk to them all the time, because usually my kids are all off doing their own thing, I sing to them, I kiss their little heads and rub them."
When things get tough, focus on your relationship. It'll get better.
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The new royal dad headed back to work to promote the Invictus Games but held his son, Archie, close to his heart. Literally.
"There was a time not so long ago that I was told I would probably never have kids."
"You are too young to understand this now, but one day years from now you may find yourself looking for a man to marry."
"I know this day may be a hard day. I know your heart is hurting and grieving."
"The more open we are about the truth behind raising a child with behavior disorders, the more other parents like us may feel less alone."
George Clooney tells TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie that his wife, human rights lawyer Amal Clooney, is an “incredible” mom to their almost 2-year-old twins. “She’s...
How Princess Diana changed everything when it comes to bringing up a royal baby.
"Even if I weren’t a military wife, even if my brother had never been killed in combat, I would still value instilling patriotism in my kids."
"I married a man who cleans the kitchen and that has made all the difference."
"The same people I want with me in my joy, I also want them with me through any potential pain."
Women are waking up and realizing that there's no reason to be embarrassed, and life doesn't have to be like this.
Tell us about the furry, scaly and feathery friends that are part of your family, and our sponsors, Swiffer and Kroger, will donate $5 to help animals.
Before the popular series "13 Reasons Why" returns to Netflix for a third season, mental health professionals want parents to be prepared.
"My doctor stated she was not a fertility specialist and she said I needed one. This was not the news we expected or wanted to hear."
"It was a much-needed escape for all of us, and I’m so glad we braved the venture."
The youngest member of the Gaines family took on the second annual Silo District race alongside his father, and looked adorable!
When my daughter started a new activity, I approached two moms hoping for kindness. Instead, I got rudeness. Here’s what happened next.
We are limping across the finish line, folks. At this point, it is a miracle my kids are still even going to school. (Read more via the link below!)
Special photography project shows that all sorts of children can be helped to socialize and communicate more successfully.
"I want you to know that I know you don’t play cards all day, even though you work in a small rural hospital."
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"Everyone has to come up with a system they think works best for their family."
"He could have chosen different words that would have planted different seeds but he chose selflessness over self-serving."
The talk show host is thankful for the doctors and nurses who helped save Billy's life.
"He gives her a hand to hold — when she’s unsure of herself, when she’s made a mistake, or when she’s confused and feels alone."
"For the past eight years, I faced the painful challenge that so many couples experience. I was the face of infertility."
"There’s just not enough space in your head for perfectionism when you get to four or more kids."
National Infertility Awareness Week is April 21-27. Please share your story about infertility and how it affected you with our TODAY Parenting Team.
When a horrific event happens, again and again, what do we tell our children?
"Feeling done? Knowing all around that I'm done? I've still never felt it."
"I know right now it feels like the world is crumbling in around you... but, you will be OK."
The magic of a Disney park without the crowds, lines and general anxiety levels? Yes, please.
"Over the past couple of decades, the language used to discuss adoption has changed significantly."