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.
When Cat and Nat share their hilarious "Mom Truths" videos on the TODAY Parenting Team, mothers everywhere snort coffee out of their noses.
"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."
"She is two, and she can roll her eyes in a complete circle like a hamster wheel."
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."
Know a 3-year-old who has some ideas of their own? These are the toys to help their imagination grow.
"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."
It's simple, it works, and you're probably already doing it.
"I took the batteries out of one of his toys because I couldn’t hear the stupid barnyard song one more time."
Whether the kids are all-terrain explorers or leaf jumpers, we've got their feet covered.
Get these hatchibabies and other hot toys before they sell out!
"I am about to drop a #truthbomb that is going to lead to so much grief."
These bold stories inspire girls of all ages to be all they can be.
"Last October my middle son was born. Then on May 5 of this year, he graduated from college. Today I’m trying to figure out how time works."
"When it all seems to be falling down, you will have that moment of clarity to remind you how lucky you really are."
After the Belnaps couldn't find the $1,000 they saved for football tickets they found it in the most unlikely place: the shredder.
A new mother posted a heartfelt thank you to a waitress who helped feed her 1-year-old daughter so that she could enjoy a hot meal.
"I do most things halfway. It's because I'm in that season when I'm constantly interrupted by the small tribe of people that I've created."
This Halloween will surely be a treat.
"I'll follow you. From now until my dying breath."
"These boys are our helpers. They will hold the door open, they will be kind, and brave, and loving and fearless."
"My kids bring a whole new meaning to early risers."
"If you’re like most parents, 6 p.m. isn’t the end of the day, it’s the start of your second shift."
"In the end, having a litany of lasts means we had and have a boatload of firsts. Therein lies the blessing. Twofold."
'Presto and Zesto in Limboland' is Sendak's first book in five years.
Heavy winds and rain worried one little viewer who tuned in to watch Dylan deliver the news on Hurricane Florence live Friday morning.
Vale and Charley are off to their first day of school!