Birth control pills aren't for me. It's up to me to decide whether putting all those chemicalas in my body is worth condomless sex. For me, the answer always has been and always will be no and I will make sure I tell my daughter that as well.
It's high time for a high chair redesign. High chair designs have been the same for decades. If head injuries are so prevalent, why high chairs? Why not low chairs? I realize the chairs are made to pull up to the family table but is lowering the child closer to the floor really that big of a deal? Why not super bottom heavy chairs with safety bars similar to an amusement park ride when you pop your baby in the chair? What's with the stupid rope-like straps?
Airline finds out what passengers want for Christmas and deliver packages at baggage claim. "Merry Christmas to all and to all a good flight!"
Old is new again when it comes to naming trends shaping up for 2014.
Study looks at why moms of today are less active even though we seem to have so much more going on than our 1965 counterparts.
Forget gadgets and gizmos and screens and video games: here is a breakout holiday toy worth telling you about.
Stop acting like the iPad Baby Seat is the end of the world and anyone who buys it is a bad parent. It's not about the product, it's about how you choose to use it.
You need to hear the raggedy panic in a school secretary's voice as gunshots echo in the background? You need to hear the terrified screams and cries of children so that you can cry all over again over the loss and then feel good about yourself as a compassionate human being? This ain't about you. Or the public's right to know. Or the media's seemingly unending right to broadcast moments so sacred your greedy eyes and hears should not be allowed.
While I'm super appreciative that we women have the option to take birth control it's about time that men get in on that action as well.
Watch a boy debunk "traditional" marriage at his Bar Mitzvah while quoting from the Torah.
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