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"It's often harder for the parents to let go than the kids."
A new parenting-themed Instagram account captures everyday life for moms and dads in the throes of raising young kids. "Instagram
Wiles conducted the initial interview and posted the callout as part of a sponsored campaign for baby products brand Munchkin
"My world. My perspective. My very full diaper." The mom behind the toddler is Ilana Wiles, aka Mommy Shorts, who is no stranger
Mommy Shorts blogger, Ilana Wiles, knows there is one thing new parents need desperately -- almost as much as sleep -- and
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Getting entire families to pose for a holiday-card-worthy photo is notoriously difficult. Yet, for some reason, most parents
So, next time your kids are fighting, or your own siblings are doing that thing that drives you crazy, think of Mazzy and
That moment in the morning, when Mike and Mazzy are both still sleeping and Harlow and I are tethered together in a way that only a mother and child can be... That moment is mine. Ours. For now.
Yes, the third annual Evil Baby Glare-Off, hosted by mom blogger Ilana Wiles of Mommy Shorts, has come to a close. "I was
Move over BatDad. As anyone with a toddler knows, small children have superpowers worth touting too. Sneaking out of bed
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There are purists and variations. Successes and failures. Babies, toddlers, dogs and even a few full grown adults in the mix.
They've already signed on a writer to flesh out the screenplay but just in case he needs a little inspiration, I thought I'd offer up a scene from my own life as reference.
Abbreviated relationships, hypersensitive emotional reactions and competitive "friendships" that often end in tears -- toddlers
Newborns eat, poop and sleep. Mostly, they sleep. But more importantly, newborns are your one-way ticket to staying home in your PJs while delegating toddler-care to your spouse, with no guilt whatsoever!
I am not one to blow things out of proportion, but there is something about being 38 weeks pregnant during a natural disaster that made my brain jump straight from hurricane to "end of the world."
"Being able to see the entertainment value in a baby who refuses to go to sleep or a kid who is having a tantrum over a broken
And now for something completely different... As the "dog-shaming" meme has made its way around the web, it’s inspired various