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.
It's been over a year since a photo of Molly Lensing, taken without her permission, went viral. Still the image continues to haunt her.
"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.
Moms who smoke marijuana speak out about being judged by other parents who turn to wine as a way to wind down from the day and relax.
Photographer Mikaela Bodkin hopes her images of women feeding their babies will help bring an end to mom-shaming.
Chrissy Teigen posted what appears to be a string of negative comments from strangers, and she had a sharp comeback to their criticism.
When this mom sent a slice of cake in with her daughter's lunch, she never expected this type of response.
What do you do when your kid has a meltdown in the middle of Disney World? Well, if you're Drew Barrymore, you turn it into a photo op.
"Because I've missed my daughter's last 2 dentist appointments, but I've missed 0 of my hair appointments...mom guilt, you win again."
Actress Eva Amurri Martino wrote candidly about her struggles with depression and guilt after a harrowing incident involving her infant son.
It's hard to talk about, even write about, months after it happened. "Hi, I'm Cathy and I'm the victim of mom bullying."
A Victoria's Secret supermodel wonders why she never felt shamed for going topless before she began breastfeeding her baby.
A mom who forgot her son's homework assignment took to Facebook to detail how she's been an imperfect parent — and everyone could relate.
Famously candid singer Adele talks about postpartum depression, mom guilt and the relief of having a day to herself.
"If a mom friend or a mom acquaintance or a mom stranger is struggling — we extend a hand."
Three years after her provocative "what's your excuse" photo, 'Fit Mom' Maria Kang has discovered that fitness can't always be a priority.
"I want my kids to grow up seeing that their mom pursued what she loves to do —that she didn't give it up and become resentful..."
As a mom of six, blogger Meghan Oeser is getting real about what she's most excited about when it comes to her kids' going back-to-school.
We will now forevermore be proud of swinging our "saggy maggies" around too, thanks to Stacey Solomon.
The actress spoke candidly about breastfeeding uncovered in public and the looks she received while doing it.
Ashley Grimm was at the wheel when her youngest son was killed in a tragic accident. Now she's sharing powerful advice with other parents.
While promoting her new movie, "Bad Moms," actress Mila Kunis confessed her biggest mom fail. Hint: It involves a carseat.
Can parenthood trump politics? Rachel Campos-Duffy and Cathy Areu are best friends who happen to disagree on everything political.
While breastfeeding her newborn on a shopping trip, a Connecticut mom was bullied for not covering up, until strangers came to her defense.
Why would any parent judge another parent who has lost their child in a horrible tragedy? The answer is right in front of us: Raw fear.
Jana Kramer is fighting back against mom-shaming critics after posting a photo of store-bought baby food meant for her 4-month-old daughter.
A mom who is a professional photographer is defending pictures of kids re-creating scenes from "The Walking Dead" that caused an uproar online.
In the midst of outrage about the death of a gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo, some moms are standing up to say accidents can happen to anyone.
After a pregnancy photo of the Australian women went viral, the moms re-created the controversial image while holding their new baby boys.
The fitness trainer says she only realized she had offended childless followers when a parenting site wrote about her controversial post.
"If seeing the picture on the left is ok with you, then seeing the picture on the right should be ok with you."
Emily Breeze Ross Watson's April 29 due date has come and gone, but that hasn't stopped her from doing CrossFit training on her own terms.