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    Hoda and Jenna talk 'mom math' and the art of backwards planning

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  • Rainn Wilson talks new book, overcoming childhood challenges

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  • Michigan school bus driver 'Miss Sparkles' teaches kids kindness

    02:26
  • Katherine Heigl talks living in Utah, how she's honoring late brother

    06:15
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. talks car fire, new racing book for kids

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  • Siri Daly shares fun and yummy snacks to make your kids

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  • Rihanna shares first look at second baby, Riot Rose

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  • Jamie-Lynn Sigler talks 'Not Today, Pal' podcast with Robert Iler

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  • Queen Rania: ‘The world is at an inflection point’

    08:25
  • 1-year-old baby dies from fentanyl exposure at NYC day care

    01:55
  • Mike Goodwin talks ‘Big Dad Energy’ comedy tour, fatherhood

    04:10
  • Gisele Bündchen says divorce from Tom Brady has been ‘tough’

    02:08
  • Daughter jumps into race to help struggling mom finish marathon

    00:50
  • Everyone yells at their kids. How do you repair the moment?

    08:53
  • TODAY celebrates 1st birthdays: Sept. 18, 2023

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  • Sunday Mug Shots: Ohio couple welcomes new baby boy

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  • Olympian Allyson Felix talks new role as an entrepreneur

    05:19
  • Elmo talks Season 2 of 'Goodnight, World!' podcast

    04:27
  • Jenna shares the hilarious talk she had with her kids about puberty

    02:23

Couple with dwarfism talk about parenting, happiness

03:55

In the documentary “Far from the Tree,” Joe Stromondo and Leah Smith share how their dwarfism hasn’t kept them from a life filled with love and family. Stromondo explains that “the biggest difficulty of being a little person isn’t our bodies, but it’s other people’s response to them.”