"Pumping at work is a right and employers can't take that away. Even understaffed, moms gotta do what they gotta do."
"I identify as a 'work outside the home' mother and I’m proud of the work I do on a daily basis."
"We have to take care of ourselves as mothers."
"It actually did the opposite: it sparked pain."
"You are never alone. You are infinitely loved. You are always a mother."
Lori Farrell thought the cute black and white material in a box of hand-me-downs was a maternity skirt. She was wrong.
"I say it with pride."
"Sometimes we need to cut ourselves some slack."
"I'm trapped here. Trapped between a woman who loves love and a woman who is worn out."
"You are always beautiful, inside and out."
"I will say 'no' to the things that don't bring us joy. I'm sorta Marie Kondo-ing my life."
"Taking care of a physical need is a small thing that makes a big difference."
The reality TV star had choice words for people who asked how she's able to change diapers.
"Unless you want to be a hermit for the next five years, you’re gonna have to accept that imperfection happens."
"For our marriage we choose to invest in the smallness of the everyday and the bigness of getting away."
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.
"We should be supporting each other as women, and lifting each other up on our journeys to love ourselves."
"Does one need to spend hours researching packaging and designs on Pinterest for a Valentine’s Day card for kids who still don’t even know how to read?"
"I never had to question my dad’s love for me. I never had to question my worth."
"Motherhood has taught me that it’s okay to lower your standards for yourself every now and then. Because your standards aren’t just about you anymore."
The lyrics in the parody explain what's really going on behind the scenes of most moms' "perfect" selfies.
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...
"Turns out, marital problems and the stress that comes with being married long term are topics no one wants to talk about at cocktail parties."
"When we teach our kids the balance they don’t always expect to do something."
She thought she was giving her kids less than her best, but their reactions turned her thinking around.
In some ways, this is an even better prize than the real statuette.
"Bottle, book, night-night... right?" Share your tips with Hoda on our Facebook page.
This contest shows off the best in birth and postpartum photography from around the world.
There's more than one star in this family!
One mom found out she needed to send 100 items to school with her kid at bedtime the night before. We salute her brilliant solution.
"I was 20 years old when I had my first baby, and I was so green, so concerned, so scared. Now, I'm just excited. Now, I can really enjoy myself."
"Some days I can be more the mom I wish to be and some days, we just survive and that is okay."
"To the momma just getting through it, this is not your fault. I hear you and I am here for you."
"It’s taboo to admit regret. But, I regret not staying partially in the working world."
The polar vortex won't beat you: Try these easy indoor activities to keep everyone happy (and warm).
"It started with a headache. A headache that lasted 4 days."
"I couldn’t catch my breath and my hands were so clammy. I tried to call my husband, but I was shaking so much I couldn’t even hit the call button."
"We don’t always get it right. But, a lot of days, we do."
"No daughters. Nope, not one. No matter how many times you ask, the answer is the same. Zero."
"Despite the fact that my child continued to live and grow within my womb, I was told to terminate his life."
"I'll take you just as you are. And I might even want to borrow your flannel shirt someday."
"No one told me how all this love would be squashed by fear."