"I am so, so unbelievably proud I got to call you baby first."
"I am sure I looked ridiculous when I got out to stand in line again with the kids, but the cheers from my husband and kids made me want to do it again."
When blogger and author Glennon Doyle heard about children suffering in U.S. detention centers, she turned to her 'army of fierce-hearted strangers."
"It's good morning 'I love you's.' It's campfires and s'mores. It's tan lines and sticky fingers."
Parker also posted photos of her daughters, Marion and Tabitha, over the years.
No one should have to suffer alone with postpartum mental health issues.
She was a responsible gun owner. She taught her son gun safety. None of it saved him.
Kay McConaughey talked with TODAY's Sheinelle Jones about raising three boys — including an Oscar winner.
Some moms called Teigen out for waiting too long to take Luna to the dentist, but understanding dental care for infants and toddlers can be confusing.
The actress is relishing her favorite role this week — as mom to son Santiago.
Lauren Miller finds comfort in knowing that her daughter 'is getting what I hoped to give her, but couldn't.'
"Masculinity is not something to be feared rather it is to be appreciated just as we appreciate femininity."
"She is not my mini-me. She is not me. She is her."
"Remember that your marriage is your own and it doesn’t have to look like anybody else’s. Give thanks for each other and hold on tight."
"Put those kids to work. Read them a book. Let them read you a book. But please, take the stress off and let the lists go."
Mothers can feel comfortable breastfeeding their babies anywhere in the retailer's stores.
Natalie Bell worried what would happen to her daughter, who is deaf, if they were in a car accident. Then Bell came up with a brilliant idea.
They had no trouble identifying her co-stars, but they couldn't find Mom.
"There are so many people in this world begging for this exact moment and I am begging for it to be non-existent."
"I have been lucky enough to be blessed with a daughter who I look up to and who I aspire to be like."
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You just can't win.
"Too often once we become mom and dad, we forget we are also still a couple."
"My kids don’t care what size I am or when my soft stomach rolls up when sit to make sand castles. They just want me there."
Saint and Psalm are showing what brotherly love looks like.
"What I failed to think about in those first few weeks was how wonderful his diagnosis could be for you."
"I am the face of many. I am the face of a disease that has multiple fronts."
Congratulations Vale and Charley!
He loved his little girl so much that I know those hours of uninterrupted time talking and listening are as precious to him as they are to me.
Little Isaiah is just 4 years old, but he's already become a seasoned roadie on his mom's "Cry Pretty Tour 360."
All across the country, fathers are showing up in big ways for little girls who love to dance.
When it comes to postpartum mental health, men also suffer. All too often, their pain gets ridiculed or overlooked.
It never crossed my mom's mind to "entertain us" or "create stimulating activities for our brain development." She said, "Get the hell outside," and we did....
"We were never supposed to leave our beach vacation early to plan a funeral for our 3-year-old son."
"My kid missed a play that we practiced a hundred times the day before, and when it happened, everything inside my overly-competitive self screamed."
"They told me to wait."
"There is nothing to label and there is no diagnosis for my child and I find myself in this strange position of wishing there were."
The mom-and-more opens up about the lessons she's learned from raising a big brood in a new interview with Harry Smith.
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Wearing a swimsuit can feel intimidating. TODAY Style asked nine women to share their insecurities, and they had more in common than not.
One Texas mom was escorted out of a public pool by police for breastfeeding her baby in public.