Well folks, if you want to live in a place where it's good to be a mom, you're living in the wrong country. America ranked 28th out of 160 countries in Save the Children's State of the World's Mothers report.
To Jennifer Woodward, her iPhone is more than just a means of communicating with the world: It's also a great way to keep her two boys occupied during their 40-minute commute every day.
This is how Silda Wall Spitzer sees the whole my-governor-husband-slept-with-prostitutes incident: "The wife is supposed to take care of the sex. This is my failing; I wasn't adequate."
Last week, Liesl Schillinger of the New York Times put Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann and Nancy Pelosi in the same elite sorority: powerful politicos with a brood of five kids. The large number of offspring is, in itself, a political credential these days.
A central Texas school district unanimously voted last May to let teachers paddle misbehaving students. Parents and teachers alike hail the new policy as a total success, saying that behavioral problems have plummeted ever since kids started realizing that they might get walloped for acting up. Am I the only mom who sees this as WAY off?!
As if teen sexting wasn't a big enough problem already, Microsoft added fuel to the fire by running a commercial that promotes teen sexting. The ad features a teen boy at a raucous party texting a picture of his bare chest to a girl across the room. While this is hardly X-rated stuff, do we need anything else to teach our kids that sending naked (or in this case, scantily clad) photos is cool?