Oh, to be a child again, and to be able to just blurt out whatever's on your mind (or write it). We found some hilarious notes written by those lucky kids who are unencumbered by the exhausting need to hide their true feelings.
Today we celebrate the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, a day created to inspire and bring awareness about our environment. Green living and parenting have at least one thing in common: With both, we invest time, love and hard work today to ensure a happy and healthy tomorrow.
Hope you're hungry! Bring a few hundred of your closest friends (and a bunch of napkins) and dig into the world's largest foods ever!
Who can we turn to for cringeworthy awkwardness and scathing judges' reviews now that Kate Gosselin is no longer on "Dancing with the Stars"? Take a look back with us at Kate's dancing career (which never quite made it).
Lauren Myracle finally made it to number one! It was just announced that her teen book, "ttyl" -- which is written in the language and style of kids' text messages -- is at the top of the American Library Association's list of books that are most frequently challenged by parents and community members. Since this churchgoing, choir-singing Colorado mother of three can't seem to keep her mind (or keyboard) out of the gutter, I decided that she is my new favorite author.
The odds that you'll screw up as a parent are good. Nah, scratch that ... they're GREAT. And just in case you're the gambling type, I've compiled a list of potential parenting probabilities.
I know it's tough -- I'm a busy mom, too -- and that sometimes, running through the drive-thru is a must. I understand that. But here are a few healthy foods for busy moms to integrate into the daily menu.
A recent report has shown that since the recession began, the divorce rate in America has dropped to the lowest it's been in 30 years. Divorce is an expensive business, so cash-strapped couples are apparently taking a closer look at their relationship flaws and asking themselves if their marriage is "good enough" to justify staying. If you are in that situation, here are five questions to ask yourself before you tear your family in half.