Grammy-winning Cardi B posted the sweet clip on Instagram, days after she quit the social platform.
Tyra Banks share some sage wisdom from her mom, Carolyn London.
Kids may say the darndest things, but parents tweet about them in the funniest ways. So each week, we round up the most hilarious
Kids may say the darndest things, but parents tweet about them in the funniest ways. So each week, we round up the most hilarious
Kelly Rowland shares her motivational mantra for mothers everywhere.
My 2-year-old gripped his hands around my neck, nuzzled his head against my chest, and said, “Stay, Mommy. Stay.” I held
When we dream of having kids, we have no idea what we’re dreaming of.
And then one day I got a long overdue smack upside my head. My oldest son, who was 3 at the time, asked me to give him his toy, which as he pointed out, was sitting right behind my wine glass. It was 11 a.m. I was drinking wine while hanging out with my kids. And he knew it.
Who knows how old I was? It was the age of strings of lights with screw-in bulbs that squeaked with age and once-a-year use when you tightened the ones that worked themselves loose over the seasons. The one in my hand was a dull red, almost dusty rose with age. How could that be pretty on the tree?
What kind of world do you want for your family in 2030? We asked celebrities, experts, and moms and dads around the world that question. Their collective answers moved us, excited us, and left us with hope and optimism for the future.
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The Global Moms Relay is one of my favorite HuffPost traditions, a collaborative effort to tap into our collective gratitude and love, not only for our own mothers, but for all mothers around the world. This year's theme is "What kind of world do you want for your family in 2030?" And we're using the HuffPost platform to bring more and more voices into this conversation and harness the power of social media for good.
Every girl and woman should be in charge of her health and her future. Yet according to the United Nations, approximately 800 women die every day from complications related to pregnancy and childbirth. Most of these deaths are preventable -- a clear sign that we have a lot of work to do to ensure that women have the tools they need to stay healthy.
There're untold names for her love. Myriad opportunities to celebrate her glory. Every day, an invitation to be more, live more, laugh more.
I am deeply thankful for the time we had together. I am grateful to have had such a mother and I am privileged to have known her.
Women have come a long way in developed and developing countries, but significant gaps remain. We believe that mobile technology will go a long way in helping us close those gaps, empowering women with information, services and ultimately, confidence, that will help them best care for themselves, and their families.
So yes, call me delusional. I love it. Each morning I choose to wake up early, meditate, practice yoga, write in my journal