When Cat and Nat share their hilarious "Mom Truths" videos on the TODAY Parenting Team, mothers everywhere snort coffee out of their noses.
They couldn't relate to the lyrics of today's hits, so they rewrote them. And everyone's laughing.
"I'm going to BaDonald's with my dad after this."
For moms and dads, a trip to the grocery store without the kids is like a vacation. Meredith Masony of That's Inappropriate shows why.
Many people spend their whole lives trying to understand the meaning of love. The TODAY Parenting Team’s La Guardia Cross asked his 15-month-old to explain...
Roses are red, violets are blue; here are some adorable Valentine's Day jokes for you.
Moms know how hard it can be to have a phone conversation with their kids around.Meredith Masony of That’s Inappropriate demonstrates.
"If you don't see it, you don't have to clean it."
Her mom helped swaddle her, though it was hard through all the laughing.
This teenager loves babysitting her niece so much that she found a creative way to make a sandwich without putting the baby down.
Science has answers, but old wives' tales are still kind of fun.
Headed to the Happiest Place on Earth? You've got to see this video first.
The family that brought you "Christmas Jammies" tackles the stresses of Thanksgiving with musical inspiration from Adele, Drake and Silento.
"If we don't have a sense of humor about parenting, we will literally lose our minds."
For nearly 30 years, pregnant women past their due dates have flocked to the Caioti Pizza Cafe.
A video of a Scottish grandmother laughing uncontrollably as she reads the children's book "The Wonky Donkey" to her grandson has sent sales soaring.
"Jake is a wonderful boy. I just have a few concerns...."
Dive into the music that has kids dancing, parents cringing and everyone else wondering what it's all about.
“I did have the cover on, but it was so hot, and my little baby was sweating."
Here's a gift for your teacher friends with a sense of humor. But not everyone's laughing.
With a letter board and a great sense of humor, this mom is documenting her fourth pregnancy in style.
"I'll get you a yellow binder or get you a red binder... You take these kids out of my house? I will get you whatever you want."
"I can sleep anywhere, anytime!" The TODAY Parenting Team's Cat and Nat hilariously reflect on how precious sleep becomes after kids arrive.
I was born in 1974. It no more occurred to my mom to coddle us Precious Snowflakes than it did to quit drinking a case of Tab a day.
The TODAY Parenting Team’s Cat and Nat hilariously describe what motherhood looked like in the ‘50s, ‘60s, ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s — and what it can feel like today....
The freedom fighter, the doctor, the confused but happy one... these are some of the kids sending letters home from summer camp.
The TODAY Parenting Team’s funny dad La Guardia Cross dreams of enjoying some quiet time in his car — but alas, it’s only a fantasy!
"It's a miracle I'm even here." These are the words I mumble to myself when I sit down at my desk every day.
Watch as the TODAY Parenting Team’s Meredith Masony of That’s Inappropriate hilariously reenacts actual experiences around her house.
Take a really, really, really long shower.
“Oh my gosh, is this a real friend? Is this not just a park friend?” The TODAY Parenting Team’s Cat and Nat describe the challenges of taking mom friendships...
You know what's crazy? Getting my kids in the car in a timely fashion. How can it possibly take 20 minutes to walk 20 feet?
It can be hard to explain to a child why our country is so divided — so maybe it’s time to let a child explain something to adults? The TODAY Parenting Team’s...
Moms have soooo many good intentions — and so little time to carry them out. The TODAY Parenting Team’s Cat and Nat explain.
The fatherly perspective these dads provide through funny tweets cracks us up. See why.
Honesty is an important virtue for parents to teach their children — but those efforts hilariously break down when the TODAY Parenting Team’s La Guardia Cross...
From bedtime struggles to cooking fails, he keeps it real.
"Babe, I love you. I'll see you in 15 years when they can walk and drive." The TODAY Parenting Team's Cat and Nat hilariously describe what happens to marriages...
The successful author and illustrator shares why there's a bit of himself woven into the main characters in 'Captain Underpants.'
As an only child, I have no frame of reference on having a sibling. Growing up together. Loving each other. Fighting, bickering, endlessly annoying each other....
Who knew throwing tantrums and jumping up and down could burn so many calories?! When the TODAY Parenting Team’s La Guardia Cross accepted a fitness challenge...
When it comes to summer break, many parents experience the same expectations and the same realities every single year. The TODAY Parenting Team’s Cat and Nat...