Sesame Street Debuts New Muppet With Autism

By Kalli Verbecky

Sesame Street just introduced their newest regular muppet, Julia. Other than being adorable and spunky, like most all muppets are, Julia is also the first muppet with autism.  Sesame Street has always had their finger on the pulse of what's going on with kids and families. Statistics sho... Read More

5 Reasons to Use MINTED For Your Birth Announcements and Christening Invitations

By April Davis

I am so impressed with minted.  They offer the cutest designs for birth announcements and christening invitations.  I wasn't sure what we were going to do about inviting everyone to our son's blessing and they quickly took care of that problem!  Isn't the design so darling? I l... Read More

10 Tips To Rock Disneyland With Toddlers and Pre-Schoolers

By cassi

Disneyland With Toddlers and Pre-Schoolers Hello. My Name is Cassi. And I am a recovering Disneyland Rookie. I have been to Disneyland twice. Both in my 30’s with my husband & small kiddos. I botched my first experience (easy to do when you are at Disneyland with toddlers). Recovered. And R... Read More

Research Says Your Unusual Baby Name Might Have Some Negative Effects…

By Kalli Verbecky

Baby naming practices will never not be interesting (*COUGH* sometimes horrifying) to me. I mean, legitimate researchers actually routinely study what people name their children because, you know, anthropology and stuff. Unusual baby names, let's discuss.  Parents who give their kid... Read More

The Dirty Dozen 2017 List: Will You Give Them Your Money?

By Rachael Herrscher

We're not talking about fruits and vegetables. Here's a list of the top 12 corporations profiting or facilitating sexual exploitation. Chances are, you are probably giving them your money or time.  The Dirty Dozen 2017 list is an annual project compiled by the National Center on Sexual Exploita... Read More

Naked Love

By Guest Post

Post Contributed by   She woke up crying. I ran in to find her nose spilling blood everywhere. The couch cushion, the carpet, her dress. Quickly sweeping her into my arms I ran to the bathroom where we waited for it to end. Just the two of us, her stripped down to pr... Read More

The Best All-In-One App for Baby

By Erin Oltmanns

This is a sponsored post in partnership with WeeSchool. Download the WeeSchool App here by June 1, and you can register for free, lifetime access to all premium WeeSchool content and features.  My kiddos are just old enough that when they were babies I was never more than arms-reach away fro... Read More

20 Nursery Rules to Keep Your Baby Safe

By April Davis

This is a sponsored post by Nationwide. All opinions are my own. I recently had my third baby and I'm having the funnest time putting together his nursery.  While picking out colors and designs is the fun part, safety is the most important.  I'm so glad to have this quick and easy guide... Read More

These Babies Born on Dr. Seuss’s Birthday Received A Special Welcome To The World

By Rachael Herrscher

"Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You." -- Dr. Seuss, Happy Birthday to You! Doctor's Medical Center in Modesto California had the most adorable welcome for these babies who now share a birthday with the great Dr. Seuss: One of their vo... Read More

Proof That Breast Milk Really is Magic

By April Davis

I never feel more like a superhero that when I'm breastfeeding.  The act of breastfeeding my first baby really sealed the deal for me when it came to healing my body image-not only had I created this baby, but now I was her sole source of food, food I was MAKING with my magic boobies.  I l... Read More