The reality TV star didn't even make it home from the hospital before facing criticism.
After giving birth to her daughter, this breast cancer survivor kept questions about formula feeding at bay with a clever banner.
"Sorry to burst your bubble, but the mean girl phenomenon doesn't simply disappear once you cross the threshold into motherhood."
Lesson: Don't judge. It's that simple.
"Sometimes I feel like a bad mom. But all the time I feel like their mom. I carry their hearts in my heart. Always, forever and the best way I know how."
"I like to feed my kids healthy meals, but most of the time my children refuse to put anything in their mouths that doesn’t have melted cheese on it."
Shouldn't it be illegal, she wonders, to shame children for what they wear... or shame a mom for what her child wears?
"What if in a world of social media perfection, I openly admitted to all 150 people on my Christmas card list that 2015 hadn’t been a perfect year?"
"It would be so easy to just give in and give them what they want, but what would that do to them?"
"Instagram never liked my Munchkin and it killed me inside. His photos never got as many likes."
"It’s very easy to see how different things are for our children while overlooking how different things are for us as parents."
"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?"
"My heart has been guiding my head for these last few years, and you know what? It’s worked out pretty well for me."
"Watching my emotions is like watching a ping pong tournament."
"Our transition to a one-income household has been more than significant. It’s the only way we’ve been able to find balance with two small children."
"I took the batteries out of one of his toys because I couldn’t hear the stupid barnyard song one more time."
"Teach her that the light of her reach will brighten even the darkest of roads."
"I am about to drop a #truthbomb that is going to lead to so much grief."
"It’s comforting knowing that there is a group of empowering women out there who are on my side and have my back."
"Why do we do this to ourselves? Why does someone else’s awesomeness make us feel inadequate?"
"Oh my gosh, is this a real friend? Is this not just a park friend?"
"Who decides we should add themes to soccer practice? Oh, I’m sorry, I didn’t realize it was 'bring your favorite stuffed animal to practice' day."
"Is there some secret initiation at Chick-Fil-A in the middle of the lunch rush? Or, do I just show up to the park on a Saturday?"
Plus, she shares her baby's secret talent.
'Do yourself and your kids a favor and be a lazy parent. Back off and let them try.'
Every mom's decision is a personal one.
When I was tormenting myself over breastfeeding, my doctor said the magic words that freed me from guilt.
'Everybody's crazy. It's not a competition.'
The Oscar winner, star of 'Tully' and mom of two used to try to do everything herself. Not anymore.
The actress talks motherhood, directing, and whether a certain show will ever have a reunion.
Dressed in a tight black bodysuit, the singer — who is six months pregnant — shows off some impressive dance moves in her new music video "Flip My Hair."
Five years after posting a controversial photo asking "What's your excuse" while showing her own fit post-baby body, Maria Kang is changing her message.
She once left a moms' group in tears.
"You never know what someone is going through or if your one little comment, snicker, or stare will be enough to push them over the edge."
"They would tell me that I'm not going to be young forever...And believe me, I knew it. I just didn't need to hear it from everyone else."
A Texas mom-of-two was furious when she received a note demanding she breastfeed her 3-month-old in the bathroom at a friends' wedding.
Is your car spotless, or does it look like you actually do live in it? Does it really matter? Moms weigh in.
"We need to support each other and unite through that thing we have in common — motherhood."
When staff members at her local pool asked her to cover up while breastfeeding, this mom took to Facebook to express her frustration.
No mom is safe. A new study finds 6 in 10 moms of kids ages 5 and under have been criticized for their parenting, usually by family members.
The actress and Neutrogena brand ambassador talked with TODAY about her role as mom to two young daughters.
Medical advice says to wait until they are 2 years old to turn children forward facing in car seats. Spread the word, but be nice about it.