Trying to conceive is a secret battle for many women that involves thousands of dollars, insensitive friends -- and often -- shame.
Twenty-four-year-old Canadian figure skater Joannie Rochette has decided to compete for her spot on the Olympic podium -- even though her mother suddenly passed away on Sunday morning. How does she have the strength to go on?
Dear Mr. President: I'm glad you're home for dinner every night, but can you help out the rest of us?
For every athlete who steps out onto the ice or blasts down a mountain competing for an Olympic medal, there's a mom out there somewhere freaking out. And they all handle the pressure differently.
Count six -- SIX! -- of them on Team USA -- and then there's the pregnant Canadian curler with the sizable baby bump ....
Making it to the Olympics takes a special breed of athlete -- with a very special kind of family.
Bouncy seats and dollhouses might rule the roost most days, but on Valentine's Day you've got carte blanche to put a little sass back in the bedroom.