Earlier this month, the father of Olivia, 15, and Spencer, 12, posted an open letter on LinkedIn reminding people to be kind to one another during the transition from summer to school, which can be especially hard on working parents.
Danielle Fishel has explained why she and her husband, Jensen Karp, are hiding their 4-month-old son Adler's face on social media — and it's a decision many non-famous parents are making as well.
Wendy Connor, a Florida-based parent of two children, bought backpacks for both of her kids after the Parkland shooting.
“Nine years ago today, I married the love of my life,” Graham wrote.Last year, Graham shot down talk that she was expecting after she posted a video on Instagram of herself dancing.
The 43-year-old star announced on Instagram Wednesday that she is expecting her third child — a girl — with husband Paul W.S. The happy news about this rainbow baby comes just months after Jovovich revealed she had a “horrific” emergency abortion during her second trimester in 2017.
When the now 25-year-old learned that there was going to be an improv group in her area, comprised exclusively of people with Down syndrome, she just had to audition.“I thought to myself, ‘Hmm, would I want to try something new and go back on stage?’ I missed being on stage and thought I would try improv,” Costilow, of Amherst, Ohio told TODAY.
In a mega-viral 2017 video on Facebook with over 40 million combined views and hundreds of thousands of likes and shares, Blizzard took her audience with her on a back-to-school shopping trip to Target, declaring that she would buy teachers anything they want because they have the daunting task of teaching her children for nine months — and that means she doesn't have to do it herself.
Experts believe the first 60 minutes after birth, what’s known as the “golden hour,” are important for skin-to-skin contact, mother and baby bonding, and successful breastfeeding.While the bond wasn't immediately, Smith did feel relieved when Imena latched on during the golden hour.
Other parents said that while they aim for a gradual, incremental transition ahead of the new school year, they mostly end up practicing the "rip off the Band-Aid" method by default.
Jenna Bush Hager picked “Patsy,” by Nicole Dennis-Benn as her newest book club pick, and it's a story that promises to prompt a lot of meaningful conversations throughout the month.
Jaclene Paolucci is six months pregnant and can’t stomach one more piece of unsolicited advice .“If I don’t ask for it, I don’t want it,” the mom-to-be explained on Twitter.Stranger at Starbucks: you know you should be drinking decaf when you’re pregnant.
Yesterday, The Privacy Project in The New York Times posted a video op-ed in which several kids and teens told their parents their concerns about "sharenting."
You’d better believe Dylan Dreyer is pregnant !The TODAY host’s husband, Brian Fichera , had some fun with his wife’s cravings in an Instagram post.“Dylan Dreyer’s pregnancy survival kit.Dylan Dreyer reveals she's expecting baby No. 2) "Everyone has something - for my wife it was grilled cheese and grape soda.....," wrote one person.
Jenna Bush Hager recently welcomed her third child , a boy named Henry Harold "Hal" Hager, and the TODAY with Hoda & Jenna co-host shared a video of the sweet moment her two young daughters bonded with him for the first time.
Spears doesn’t share too many family photos on social media, so every time they pop up on her Instagram, her boys have grown so much.WireImageThey’ve definitely grown a lot since last summer, when Spears posted this cute photo from one of their favorite family spots.“The boys are bigger than me now!!!!
It was a Metro Transit Police officer named Dominic Case.“I thought he was going to accuse me of abusing Andrew because I was holding onto his arm to keep him from running away,” Pomilla told TODAY Parents.
Hoda sends Jenna beautiful message ahead of her maternity leave."To be able to do it with Hoda, to have this special moment together, to create this baby — our show — and then these babies has been a really beautiful moment in our lives,'' Jenna said.
“She told me (and I quote) ‘If you want to continue doing the breastfeeding, you need to cover up,’” Angel wrote in a lengthy post on the KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Facebook page.
“I loved the intimacy of breastfeeding,” the Massachusetts-based education consultant told TODAY Parents. When Kurson’s first child was born in 2012, she struggled with production despite pumping between feeds.“I hated that my body wasn’t doing what I was thought it was ‘supposed’ to do,” the licensed mental health counselor told TODAY Parents.
A couple from St. Louis got a gift on 7-Eleven Day this year that was much better than a free Slurpee .Rachel Langford and Johntez Brown welcomed a baby girl they nicknamed "lady lucky" after J'Aime Brown was born on July 11 (7/11) at 7:11 p.m., weighing exactly 7 pounds and 11 ounces.
The new and improved Box Tops mobile app uses state-of-the-art technology to scan your store receipt, find participating products and instantly add Box Tops to your school's earnings online.
Cake designer Joshua John Russell and party planner Kristen Johnson, co-hosts of Bluprint's "Bring the Party" series, transformed Studio 1A with country-western decor, Tex-Mex and of course, sweet treats!. Bluprint's Joshua John Russell and Kristen Johnson threw a cowboy-themed bash for Jenna Bush Hager.
During the 2017-2018 school year, more educators asked me for ideas about managing disrespectful students than any year in my memory . 1) Unlike past generations, kids today are not conditioned to respect elders. 3) Kids don’t see respect modeled or earned by older generations.
Joseph Tidd, a 21-month-old from Florida, sees himself in professional soccer player Carson Pickett. “Carson knelt down next to Joseph and showed him her arm,” Miles told TODAY Parents . Joseph Tidd loves to cheer on Orlando Pride soccer player Carson Pickett.tiddbit_outta_hand/Instagram.
Something didn’t feel quite right and she was worried about losing another pregnancy.“I was desperate to have a baby and would do anything to make sure it happened,” Caliendo said.
Water sitting in a garden hose that's exposed to summer sun can reach up to 190 degrees, said Dr. Kevin Foster, director of the Arizona Burn Center in Phoenix. He warned that second- and third-degree burns caused by scalding water from outdoor hoses are common when temperatures rise above 100 degrees.