Topic: Stuff

Morning Feeding: The Real Way To Raise A Happy Child

Morning Feeding: The Real Way To Raise A Happy Child

Happy kids are overrated  (Huffpost Parents)

The family home-buying guide  (Parents.com)

So hoppy: couples celebrating their 1st Easter together  (Your Tango)

Recipes for a fabulous Easter dinner (Babble)

Why it’s good to let your baby “cry it out”  (The Stir)

Kimberly Elise: “I’ve always treated my daughters like people” (Celeb Baby Scoop)

A ‘bikini body’ is just a body with a bikini on it  (HuffPo Women)

Melanie Notkin on women who want children but don’t  (The Frisky)

Mom & son kisses with Kristin Cavallari (celebbabylaundry)

(Image: J. Santos, PacificCoastNews.com)

Evening Feeding: Things All New Parents Should Know

Evening Feeding: Things All New Parents Should Know

Things all new parents should know  (Huffpost Parents)

Dye-free Easter eggs  (Parents.com)

Can’t get it up? Have him indulge in Viagra ice cream (Your Tango)

Parties to celebrate “de-coupling” (Babble)

Why wives should be younger than their husbands  (The Stir)

Kourtney Kardashian & Mason: shoppin’ in the sunshine (Celeb Baby Scoop)

This app is the virtual mom you’ve always wanted  (HuffPo Women)

An open letter to cunnilingus  (The Frisky)

#Memorablemelts: alfredo shrimp linguine (celebbabylaundry)

(Image:  i-Images, PacificCoastNews)

Stay Calm Pregnants, Here’s A Shopping Guide Of Regular Clothing That Can Double As Maternity Clothing

Stay Calm Pregnants, Hereâs A Shopping Guide Of Regular Clothing That Can Double As Maternity Clothing

Buying clothes you will only wear for a few months is the absolute pits, unless you’re so rich and fabulous that you buy designer stuff off the runway and only wear it long enough to blog about it. But assuming you’re a normal person who likes to hang onto her clothes for more than a few weeks, buying maternity clothes is the worst. More »

Thank God For The Wage Gap Because Without It Women Would Never Find A Husband

Thank God For The Wage Gap Because Without It Women Would Never Find A Husband

It makes a whole lot of sense to shift the conversation about what women are paid, to what the men in their lives are paid. Need I point out the obvious that there are plenty of women who have no men in their lives? How about the fact that dual income families account for 42% of households? But women should not worry about what they are paid, they should instead concentrate on making the pay gap even wider so their men are paid more to make up for what they aren’t earning because of the pay gap. Are you confused yet? You should be – because this woman makes no sense.
More »

10 Ways To Test If You’re Ready To Be A Mom

10 Ways To Test If You're Ready To Be A Mom

If you Google “Am I ready to be a mom?”, here is what you’ll find: Lies, lies, and more lies. The truth is that there is absolutely nothing that can prepare you for being a parent. Part of the reason I was so stressed out during pregnancy was because I couldn’t get a handle on the unknown: Will my baby be a demon spawn with colic that never sleeps through the night? Will I have one of those mythological easy babies that only giggles when it’s upset? More »

Busy Mom’s Cooking Hacks: 5 Yummy Microwave Meals That Aren’t Disgusting In The Least

Busy Mom's Cooking Hacks: 5 Yummy Microwave Meals That Aren't Disgusting In The Least

Please do not laugh in my face when I tell you that I oft use my microwave to cook. Yes, I use my microwave for its intended purpose, like every other schmuck on planet Earth, which is to heat up cold pizza until it is boiling hot and burns the roof of my mouth. I also use my microwave as a gourmet time warp oven that will expediently deliver a once-complicated dish right to my face. More »

Morning Feeding: Things Your Ob-Gyn Won’t Tell You Unless You Ask

Morning Feeding: Things Your Ob-Gyn Won't Tell You Unless You Ask

Things your Ob-Gyn won’t tell you…unless you ask  (Huffpost Parents)

What NOT to say to adoptive parents   (Parents.com)

Why no one cares about your pretty personality (Your Tango)

Why I considered divorce halfway through my pregnancy (Babble)

Having a baby after 35  (The Stir)

Beverley Mitchell: her posh nursery (Celeb Baby Scoop)

Proof that traditional gender roles are bullsh*t  (HuffPo Women)

Miley Cyrus hospitalized  (The Frisky)

What’s Easter without an egg hunt? #Kindermom (celebbabylaundry)

(Image: Miguel Aguilar, PacificCoastNews)

Your Blood Is Going To Boil When You Read The Comments On This Leaked Video Of Two Kids Fighting

Your Blood Is Going To Boil When You Read The Comments On This Leaked Video Of Two Kids Fighting

These kids fighting are bad enough. It’s horrible and awful and makes me never want to let my own kids take a bus anywhere, but what worries me more than the kids fighting are the comments left by people who viewed this video, because some of these people are out there breeding. Both kids are wrong. I would say the boy is “less wrong” than the girl, but they both need a big talking to. They don’t worry me as much as the people commenting on the fight. More »

Evening Feeding: The 26-Step Program For Good Parents Gone Bad

Evening Feeding: The 26-Step Program For Good Parents Gone Bad

The 26-step program for good parents gone bad  (Huffpost Parents)

Do fussy babies watch more TV  (Parents.com)

What these bikers are doing for abused kids is amazing (Your Tango)

I considered getting a divorce halfway through my pregnancy (Babble)

Naps may make you die prematurely  (The Stir)

Kendra Wilkinson and family: Sunday soccer (Celeb Baby Scoop)

Recipe for effective spring cleaning  (HuffPo Women)

Love in the age of Instagram  (The Frisky)

Easter craft: Easter lollipop pot (celebbabylaundry)

(Image:  pixinoo/shutterstock)

Finally, Tinder Brings Us A Casual Sex App For Minors

Finally, Tinder Brings Us A Casual Sex App For Minors

In good news for creepers everywhere, it looks like Tinder, commonly referred to as “the hook-up app” is popular among a surprising demographic: 13-17 year-olds. Preferring to get my anonymous casual sex the old fashioned-way, I really didn’t know anything about the app, so I went ahead and downloaded it, which should make for some fun dinner conversation later when my husband gets home. More »