On Tuesday at the WellChild awards, which honors children who are dealing with serious illnesses and their caretakers, Prince Harry fought back tears as he spoke about becoming a father.
A mother was shocked when she saw the kid's shirt she had ordered for her 3-year-old daughter from a Chinese retailer, which featured a profanity.
A Maryland father has quit his job and pulled all six of his children out of school in order to relocate them after his six-year-old son was seriously injured by a bully.
Investing legend Whitney Tilson says there's a huge new tech trend coming – and he's revealing his #1 pick for free.
A Mississippi judge told defendant and mother Cassie Barker, "You will forever be entombed in a prison of your own mind."
The boy blew past a red light at a major intersection and reached a speed of 90 mph behind the wheel at one point while weaving in and out of traffic, according to police.
Vanessa Lachey took to social media to caution other parents about a respiratory virus.
Kyle Dennis took a leap of faith and decided to invest his savings of $15K in the stock market — $2.8M later, he owes his success to these strategies
When Sil Mazzini shared a photo of her son alone at his birthday party, she says she never expected so much attention.
While many aerospace engineers take the opportunity to get a professional solo shot, McClain couldn't help but include her son in the special moment.
A young woman asking for an opinion on her dress texted the wrong number. A father of 6 received the text and responded to her. Here's how it's already changing the life of his little boy with leukemia.
A Maryland multimillionaire says the biggest legal transfer of wealth in American history has just gotten underway—here’s #1 step you must take.
Chip Gaines of 'Fixer Upper' might have made a rookie mistake (which is funny, considering he's far from one) and let his and Joanna's new baby's gender slip.
Parenting blogger, Sophie Cachia AKA The Young Mummy, has appeared on the cover of Mother & Baby magazine while breastfeeding her baby daughter.
Struggling to get your kid to fall asleep at night? Jordan Watson’s viral video will show you how. The hilarious instructional video, which Watson posted on Facebook last week, has already garnered over 21 million views and there’s more where that came from. Watson’s “How To Dad” channel features a variety of tongue-in-cheek “how to” videos ranging from “How to wash a car with a baby” to “How to go grocery shopping with a baby,” all while dressed in his signature ratty t-shirt, jean shorts and scruffy beard.
“I was one of the unlucky mothers who got a coroner that refused to rule a death as SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome) because of his sleeping conditions. Naturally, I was angry and consumed with guilt,” she says.
When 7-year-old Hayley Brown first began chemotherapy this past June to stop a cancerous tumour from spreading, she was told that her long, enviable hair would fall out. Everywhere Hayley went, people looked into her big, beautiful eyes and commented on how gorgeous her lashes were.
Whether it’s ever ok to discipline someone else’s child is one of the thorniest parenting topics around. So it’s no surprise that the debate has been reignited once again online by a mum seeking advice from other parents.
If some people have autism, do some fairies have autism too? That’s what 8-year-old Cadence pondered on in a heartfelt letter shared on her blog, I am Cadence. “Dear Fairies, I want to know please, is there an autism fairy?” Cadence writes. “What is her job in fairyland? Can she visit me? I am autism too.” “I will be very gentle and I promise I’m a kind girl and won’t put her in a jar,” she adds. In answer to the young girl’s plea, the ‘Queen Fairy’ penned her own response, which was also shared in the blog post. In it, she explains that there are no autistic fairies. ...
Jessica Huchko was an excited, expectant mother, and like any other excited, expectant mother, she began planning and preparing for her baby’s arrival this October. This included visiting Babies “R” Us to pick up a new car seat and a double stroller to accommodate her new baby boy and her one-year-old daughter.
At just one-year-old, Eva Moore is a baby with the sweetest ride – thanks to mom and dad. The procedures saved her life, but not her legs,” reports Global News. Bev Wilson, a pediatric oncologist at the Stollery Children’s Hospital tells Global News, “This was one of the most powerful stories of resiliency I’ve ever seen.” She praises the Moore family for their optimistic outlook despite their daughter’s dual diagnosis of cancer and paraplegia.