Flying with little kids this Thanksgiving? These toys will keep them busy on airplanes long after the battery on your iPad runs low.
Friday is World Prematurity Day, a global effort to raise awareness about pre-term birth. Marking the occasion, TODAY contributor Bobbie Thomas delivered some...
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Looking for cute, matching gear for your family's holiday card photo shoot? We've rounded up some of our favorite holiday-themed shirts and sweaters.
The holidays are regarded as a time for family togetherness and closeness. In reality, all that togetherness can create stress and conflict.
Two recent studies have found that there is one thing that might help women cope with infertility: a yoga practice.
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November is prematurity awareness month, and the TODAY Parenting Team is asking NICU parents to share their stories.
From bricks to baskets, here's how you can clean up the tiny little Legos that seem to multiply around your house.
My husband died of glioblastoma when our son was 1. I don't talk down to him about death and I don't sugarcoat it.
First, get your own emotions under control. Then, be there for your kids... who are probably going to hear about it somehow.
"These Things will not bite you; they want to have fun. Then out of the box came Thing Two and Thing One."
Look no further than around your own home for everything you need to make these clever, last-minute costumes.
"Summer. Baseball. Friendship. It's ... the kind of world I hope my son grows up in!"
"The Kevin costume was the most time-consuming with the head made out of pool noodles, masking tape, felt and chicken wire."
"The car is painted cardboard fashioned over a wagon for our miniature president."
"A family of Care Bears really will make everyone stop and stare."
Blast off this Halloween with a DIY spaceship costume!
"Some costumes can be purchased at the store and some are a labor of love."
Winter is here...thanks to this adorable baby Jon Snow costume!
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"My precious son, Easton, dressed up as Jack and the Beanstalk. It was very easy to put together with items we already had!"
We could simply eat up this cute little guy, dressed as a deviled egg for Halloween.
"It's so much fun having the dog be a part of our daughter's Halloween costume!"
"My daughter, Mabel, always chooses her costume idea. This year it was hopscotch."
"We are doing the same thing we do every night: trying to take over the world!"
We tell teenagers to be careful about what they post on social media, so they're listening... and creating fake Instagram accounts.
"The kids were amazed and so, so excited about our costumes."
"This is and was our favorite costume ever! Fun to make, and easy to haul and wear!"
"We have another awesome family theme this year, but I'm not sure if it will top our family game night."
The only thing more delicious than actual sushi is a tiny baby in a sushi costume.
"Grease" is the word for this adorable mother-daughter Halloween costume idea!
All your little one needs is a stuffed Curious George to complete this adorable Halloween look.
"His favorite snacks are Cheez-Its, so I thought, 'why not make him into a li'l Cheez-It for Halloween?'"
"A simple costume for my real life doll."
Mom of a boy with autism wins the TODAY and Jimmy Fallon 'Everything is Mama' contest with a video of her nonverbal son saying 'mama.'
"I wanted to give my 6-month-old daughter something to wear that was as unique and original as she was."
"I affectionately title this project 'Mommy's Favorite Things.' In my world, my kids and coffee are pretty fabulous."
"Now I can cross hand-making children's costumes off my mommy bucket list."
We found a fool-proof way that debuts a lacing method that's doubly coaxed into place with a little help from a surprising item you already have at home.
With some simple supplies from around the house, your little one can transform into a brawny tree-cutter in no time.