Topic: Stuff

Morning Feeding: Blogging About Her Marriage Made It Stronger

Morning Feeding: Blogging About Her Marriage Made It Stronger

Why blogging about her marriage made it stronger -Babble

This couple used only emojis to communicate for a month -The Frisky

Laverne Cox has a powerful response to street harassment -HuffPo Women

The awkward parenting story she probably shouldn’t tell -HuffPo Parents

Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald announced their wedding date -The Stir

Soliel Moon Frye talks about getting in the back-to-school groove -Celebrity Baby Scoop

Make a deliciously sweet apple party favor -Celeb Baby Laundry

She gave up on her marriage until her husband did this -YourTango

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Evening Feeding: Emmys Red Carpet Looks, Judged By An 8-Year-Old

Evening Feeding: Emmys Red Carpet Looks, Judged By An 8-Year-Old

2014 Emmy Awards red carpet looks judged by an 8-year-old -Babble

Robin Williams‘ perfect parenting bit, uncensored -HuffPo Parents

You won’t believe what this woman brought into a maternity ward -Parents.com

Is this underwear ad sexist or empowering? -HuffPo Women

11 best celebrity mom styles you can copy -The Stir

Hayden Panettiere reveals her baby’s gender -Celebrity Baby Scoop

How to make the perfect fall party favor -Celeb Baby Laundry

10 things every new mom needs to know about breastfeeding -Your Tango

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The 14 Best Tweets From the #AskHerMore Hashtag, Which Calls Out Sexism On The Red Carpet

The 14 Best Tweets From the #AskHerMore Hashtag, Which Calls Out Sexism On The Red Carpet

Do you ever notice how the red carpet interviews with celebrity women always end up being mostly about fashion or makeup or their kids or how they stay in shape, and very little about the reason they’re on the red carpet in the first place? That reason being that they very likely are nominated for a prestigious award for their talent? Meanwhile, male celebrities get to gloss over the “Who are you wearing?” questions (since oh, they probably don’t know anyway) and actually talk about their careers and accomplishments. I like see what celebs are wearing too, but when there’s that much of a gender imbalance, and asking women about their work is that rare, something’s wrong.

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The Best Twitter Reactions To Sofia Vergara On A Spinning Platform At The Emmys

The Best Twitter Reactions To Sofia Vergara On A Spinning Platform At The Emmys

It wouldn’t be an awards show without something sexist thrown into the script to cause controversy and get people talking. The hot topic from the 2014 Emmys? Their decision to put Sofia Vergara on a spinning platform to give the audience something to look at during a more boring part of the show. Some saw it as a harmless joke about her famously hot bod, some saw it as a joke about sexism itself, and others just saw it as good ol’ fashioned objectification. We’ve been over Twitter’s reactions to the red carpet, so let’s take a look at Twitter’s reactions to spinning Sofia! More »

Morning Feeding: Soothing A Crying Baby

Morning Feeding: Soothing A Crying Baby

How to soothe a crying baby -Parents.com

An apology letter to my second child -HuffPo Parents

Olivia Wilde dumps “breast milk” on head for ice bucket challenge -The Frisky

A vibrator was not good for this marriage -YourTango

15 things one woman’s kids will most likely sue her for someday -Babble

Check out the best and worst states for gender equality -HuffPo Women

This woman is a mess without her kids -The Stir

Amanda Peet and David Benioff are expecting third child -Celebrity Baby Scoop

Smoking during pregnancy may affect future generations -Celeb Baby Laundry

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No, Getting Female CEOs To Pose In Their Underwear Is Not A Step Forward For Feminism

No, Getting Female CEOs To Pose In Their Underwear Is Not A Step Forward For Feminism

Underwear brand Dear Kate relishes the concept of using non-traditional models in their ads, and when the company’s CEO talks about her brand, you really get the sense she thinks she’s above the Victoria’s Secret come-hither sales model. That’s great and all, but putting female tech CEOs in their underwear and claiming to make some feminist point while doing it totally misses the mark. More »

Evening Feeding: Blue Ivy Carter Stole The VMAs

Evening Feeding: Blue Ivy Carter Stole The VMAs

Blue Ivy Carter stole the show at the VMAs -HuffPo Parents

Catcalling, from the male perspective -Your Tango

The effects of the ‘celebrity baby bump’ craze -HuffPo Women

8 easy exercises moms can do at the playground -The Stir

This is the sweetest Vine you’ll ever see -The Frisky

Josh Charles and Sophie Flack are expecting their first child -Celebrity Baby Scoop

13 signs you may be pregnant -Parents.com

Rachel Bilson and Hayden Christensen go on their babymoon -Celeb Baby Laundry

15 things your kids will probably sue you for one day -Babble

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Morning Feeding: The Unexplainable Bond Of Brotherhood

Morning Feeding: The Unexplainable Bond Of Brotherhood

The unexplainable bond of brotherhood -Babble

5 things to not say to someone who is adopting -HuffPo Parents

Mom arrested for making fake bucket list for daughter who was healthy -The Stir

Mila Kunis is getting her prenatal yoga on -Celebrity Baby Scoop

When should you worry about developmental delays? -Parents.com

Small ways to make big changes in your life -HuffPo Women

A new nail polish can detect date rape drugs -The Frisky

Your sloppy eating habits might say a lot about your sex life -YourTango

Reese Witherspoon takes son Deacon to the office -Celeb Baby Laundry

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