Don't be tempted to shove them all under the kitchen sink.
"You can't look at one and not love them both."
It's like Toys "R" Us all over again ...
A best-selling parenting author gives tips on making the change.
Should toddlers be allowed to use knives? Parents are weighing in
"I get to have the privilege of guiding these tiny-bodied and big-souled people through this crazy world."
Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager think it's so cute.
"No one talks about how debilitating it can be to be a stay at home mom."
When Cat and Nat share their hilarious "Mom Truths" videos on the TODAY Parenting Team, mothers everywhere snort coffee out of their noses.
"With every stuffed animal I get out from under a bed, with every milk cup I clean and with every single super hero I memorize... a clock ticks."
"But my gosh, I love them more life itself. I would walk through fire, swim the oceans, breathe my last breath for them."
"She is two, and she can roll her eyes in a complete circle like a hamster wheel."
Every new parent has been there: your baby is crying and despite trying everything to comfort your infant, you can't figure out what's wrong.
"Everyone refers to you as a mama's boy, as if it's a negative thing. They laugh and joke and make comments here and there about how soft I am making you."...
Our very own meteorologist-and-more is making new memories as the old year ends.
Little Alexis Olympia cheered on both her mom and her aunt as they competed against each other in an exhibition match.
"Find something that smells like him, right now. Hold onto it. Never lose that smell."
The pop star and her husband are celebrating their little "hell on wheels."
Like me, you wear a brave mask. You get up every day, put yourself together and do what needs to be done.
The 'me, me, me epidemic' is a real problem with kids. The good news? It's totally curable.
As of Saturday, a common type of window covering will no longer be sold due to child safety issues.
Know a 3-year-old who has some ideas of their own? These are the toys to help their imagination grow.
Love makes a family. Blood makes a kidney match. With luck, they had both.
From (most) of our family, to yours: Happy holidays!
From a new and improved Teddy Ruxpin to a smart cycle and story time projector.
The late-night host just wanted one good holiday photo of his young kids, a task he now deems "impossible."
These great gifts for 1-year-olds could make your toddler smarter.
These toys help them grow new skills, so they're great gifts for parents, too.
"Some things I know are not for our humanly understanding, but that doesn't make my heart and soul hurt any less."
"Regardless of annoyances, yelling, demanding, not listening, constant attention...whatever it may be, these really are the best days of your life."
Someone is ready for the man in red to show up at her home.
"Most days, I wish for him to stop, to slow down. Just for a moment or two. But my wish is rarely granted."
"The next time you find yourself peering into the incredible world of childhood, keep this in mind: It is through our time, not our gifts, that we get in."...
Parents love their Dyson vacuums and now, kids can love their toy versions, too.
"My sons are growing up beautifully, but rapidly; the passing of time is out of my control."
"Find easy traditions that you can do with your family that will mean something, but also things that your kids will remember."
A 3-year-old Mary was having none of it when her 2-year-old co-star stole the baby Jesus from his bed.
"Instagram never liked my Munchkin and it killed me inside. His photos never got as many likes."
Young children really do have their worst tantrums around extended family. Here's what to do about it.
"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."
"Desperate for a break, for an end to the crying, for a nap and most importantly desperate for God’s grace."
"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."