Parents will never forget the moment they told their family they were having a baby! Especially these parents--who caught the hysterical and heartwarming reactions of their family on video! Here are our all-time favorite reactions of family members finding out their loved ones are having a baby!
Do you ever find yourself thinking What did I do wrong? Many of our insecurities about parenting surface because we find ourselves in a situation that is new or different, or that we haven't yet walked through.
So here's some perspective to help give you some confidence to get through....
If you've ever thought What if I'm not getting this right? you are not alone. Every mom has wondered, at one time or another, if we’re up for this task of mothering or if we're just messing up our kids.
Here are 4 concrete steps you can take to get more confidence to be a great mother.
In the midst of all we do as mommies, so many of us simply end the day feeling average. We carry around a gnawing feeling that we don’t measure up, we didn’t do enough, and we’re failing at this thing called motherhood. If you find yourself in a similar place, be encouraged!
Here are 10 reasons why you will always be so much more than an average mom.
The only thing worse than reading spoilers for a Marvel movie is taking your children to one and then realizing you should have left them at home. Kids, after all, love Marvel characters, but Marvel’s films aren’t always kid-friendly.
Here, then, are seven spoiler-free things parents should know about Endgame...
A 13-year-old boy's selfless act has been getting the attention of people all across the country lately. The boy's single mother and family of four had hit a rough patch and were making do without a car. Preston, an outgoing teenager, wanted to find a solution.
A breathtaking art mural by Christian painter Ron DiCianni captures the moment Christ was resurrected from the tomb. In this video DiCianni walks us through the multi-dimensional meaning of his 12'x40' creation.
Just once, for mercy’s sake can we not be the ones pelting out the door as the bus chugs away. Just once can the toddler agree to eat out of the red bowl? Just once can we make it with some semblance of normalcy instead of melting down into temper tantrums and tears and guilt?