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Most Common Plastic Surgeries For Moms

September 2nd, 2014 | By: Alison Dunn
Why many moms are getting their post-baby bodies back, under an anesthetic
Most Common Plastic Surgeries For Moms

If you're having trouble accepting your post-baby body and are considering a major "mommy makeover," here's what you should know about the plastic surgery procedures most often chosen by moms:

The Five Best Methods of Birth Control

August 5th, 2014 | By: Sydney Loney
Our handy guide to birth control will help you find the best fit for your family
The Five Best Methods of Birth Control

Overwhelmed by your birth control options? Whether you’re taking a brief hiatus from baby making, or have all the kids you need, our handy guide will help you find the best fit for your family. Here’s a look at the best in pregnancy prevention:

Stress-Free Parenting Tips

May 6th, 2014 | By: Ryan Rivera
How to reduce anxiety and be a better parent.
Stress-Free Parenting Tips

It's hard to balance a successful work and home life–and it's even harder to focus on your own mental health. Over time, the anxiety can start to build up until ultimately it starts to affect your attitude and abilities. Managing and reducing stress should be a priority with every parent. Here’s how to make time for yourself and keep your stress in check.

End Bedtime Battles

March 18th, 2014 | By: Jennifer Kolari
Why adding an element of play can make troublesome tasks like hair and tooth brushing simple – and fun – again.
End Bedtime Battles

As parents we often talk at our kids, telling them to stop doing something or to do something we want them to do. In reality we should be talking to them and not just correcting behavior or directing them all the time. The solution? Have a little fun.

"Stop Whining!"

February 11th, 2014 | By: Jennifer Kolari
Simple solutions to help parents stop whining in its tracks.
"Stop Whining!"

Few things are more irritating to a parent’s ear than whining. It can be extremely difficult to deal with and can really push buttons for any parent.