"It’s very easy to see how different things are for our children while overlooking how different things are for us as parents."
"I think we can agree that a village makes motherhood possible, but today I marvel at the tasks that you, Momma, do each day completely alone."
"You are smart and you are pretty. It would take nothing from you to also be kind."
"I can't even get my three kids to smile at the same time. I for sure can't put together a three-course meal."
"It was an emotional roller coaster, but even a bumpy journey can be a beautiful experience."
"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."
"Accept that your life won’t look like everyone else’s. But that won’t mean it’s not beautiful."
"Baking a baby in your belly is hard work. I wasn't prepared for just how difficult it would be."
The busy mom took time out for some very important lounging with her little one.
Her kids may think it's cringeworthy, but we think it’s awesome!
"You don't think this way because you are broken. You think this way because you have been through a tragedy that has changed your perspective."
“Excuse me, sir? This is Norah and she’d like to know if you’d take a photo with her for her birthday?”
"This is the real, raw, unfiltered everyday life of a special needs parent."
"Where did the laughing, the wonderful Hallmark moments, the sitting at the table with the glitter and making snowflakes part of being a mom go?"
The 4-year-old daughter of newly-elected Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger melted hearts on Election Night.
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?
The actress and producer spoke up about the most important role in her life — as a mom.
"I am starting to think it is time for me to get honest with my texting shorthand."
"These are not separate problems. It is the same issue dressed in different clothing."
"Sorry to burst your bubble, but the mean girl phenomenon doesn't simply disappear once you cross the threshold into motherhood."
"I see you over there, under 25 layers of plastic scraps while your child is still gleefully unwrapping the contents of that colorful ball."
"It went so fast. People told me it would and I didn’t believe them, but here we are in the home stretch; the finish line is near."
"Bachelor" alums Sean and Catherine Lowe had quite the scare over the weekend.
Kim Smith couldn't find dance studios that would take her daughter, who has autism. She started a new kind of class and her students are making their mark....
The former "Bachelorette" star shared an intimate photo and an important message with her fans on Instagram.
"You’re here because of mommy’s dream but ultimately, you came home because of your daddy’s strength."
"I would not be the advocate I claim to be if I did not confront you about this."
The star marveled at her baby-on-the-way in a sweet clip she shared on Instagram.
"You’re only taking one kid? Won’t your oldest be so mad? How is he going to feel? Shouldn’t you at least take both older kids so that it’s fair?"
"Sometimes hold-ups don’t hold you down. Sometimes, if you can just believe, they will lift you higher than you ever imagined."
In a nostalgia-filled essay for The Magnolia Journal, the home-improvement specialist and mother of five reveals that some things don't require any improvement....
An originally unwanted 3D sonogram photo has now become a treasured part of the family's story.
Duff welcomed her daughter with partner Matthew Koma in October.
"A year ago, he was a wish. A dream. A reason to grieve. But, today, he is here. Here, in my arms."
"So give yourself some grace today and simply love them well."
"A mom lit a candle to feel like she was honoring a child of her own that she never met."
"In honor of those killed, I will continue to celebrate my faith, my family, and my traditions."
"Please, talk to your kids, so together we can make the world better for all of our children."
They're truly hanging out in the good place.
"When you’ve been dressing up for 14+ years, it’s hard to go cold turkey — and let’s face it — these kids still want in on some of the fun."