"It’s very easy to see how different things are for our children while overlooking how different things are for us as parents."
"We can’t bring back those who have needlessly lost their lives. What we can do, is teach our children to be better than we have been."
"1 in 5 children will experience the death of a close loved one before age 18. They need support."
When a couple loses a baby to miscarriage or stillbirth, dads often do not receive the support they need to grieve.
There's a new way to show off baby's in utero connection to mom.
A horrific event has happened once again. What do we tell our children?
"These are not separate problems. It is the same issue dressed in different clothing."
"Bachelor" alums Sean and Catherine Lowe had quite the scare over the weekend.
The Oscar winner became emotional when he thanked his famous father from the podium.
New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson let the football do the talking.
"You’re here because of mommy’s dream but ultimately, you came home because of your daddy’s strength."
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The singer talked about his family's difficult journey in an episode of "Carpool Karaoke" with James Corden.
"If you've literally slept through it, you may just assume everyone else has also slept."
"We will get through this with faith, family and friends," said New Orleans Saints player Jermon Bushrod.
"I want my kids to be sympathetic and wise. I want my kids to be good listeners. I want my kids to be compassionate."
"You’re not trying to be their dad or replace anyone, you’re just here to love us."
"Miscarriage is a real death. It is a real grieving process. And it is very, very real pain."
Jeff Rossen is on the case for what might be the toughest assignment yet: Parenthood.
"Hate is gaining a serious foothold in our society, and the only way to push back is to get acquainted with one another."
"Our transition to a one-income household has been more than significant. It’s the only way we’ve been able to find balance with two small children."
"I realized it wasn't that he was not wanted, it was that he was waiting for us."
It's simple, it works, and you're probably already doing it.
The Twittersphere rushed to support the James Bond star after Piers Morgan blasted his decision to wear what he termed a "papoose."
"The Cuddle Cot was a crucial part of our acceptance, grieving and healing, and we cannot imagine our situation without it."
"This photo was taken in 2012. It was the week we found out there was no heartbeat in our first pregnancy after trying 2 years to conceive."
Sen. John McCain's daughter thanked America for the outpouring of support after his death and spoke about being selected to give his eulogy.
The singer spoke candidly about what life was like while his son was going through cancer treatment: "My wife and I were just surviving," he said.
"We’re not having marriage troubles and we’re not dealing with infidelity."
'Something beyond heartbreaking became something beyond beautiful.'
When Rory Feek's daughter Hopie revealed she was a lesbian, he balked. He soon realized loving her was the right, Christian thing for him.
"Something is going to happen to our daughters, and we have no excuse for complacence."
The father of Maddox Ritch, the 6-year-old North Carolina boy with autism who went missing last weekend and whose body is believed to have been found, addressed...
The actress opens up about how her husband "didn't try" after their daughter was born — and how they got through the tough times.
Mark Consuelos talked parenthood and his role on "Riverdale" in an interview with TODAY.
"Never have I seen you choose anything or anybody over me or our son."
Lachey got his little girl's heart fluttering when he belted out a 98 Degrees song.
The Simpson patriarch thought about dying, but made it through because of his family.
"If you’re like most parents, 6 p.m. isn’t the end of the day, it’s the start of your second shift."
"You’re fierce. You are one of the strongest, bravest girls I’ve ever known. You know where you get that from?"
"How often do we let somebody else’s successes or failures or happiness or heartaches stop us from seeing the road stretched out ahead of us?"