That’s what science is: cold, hard, numbers about baby dicks. More
Pro-tip: The best way to support a new mother is not to comment on her “pre-pregnancy svelte figure” and its return. It’s ridiculous. That “source” is probably somebody who once accidentally brushed up against her in the supermarket. STFU. More
Obviously, air pollution is a negative thing that can cause problems for people’s health as well as the environment, but apparently, it’s affecting even those who have not yet been born. More
Big babies did not run in Jade Packer nor Ryan King’s families. None of the ultrasounds that were done prior to Jade’s due date revealed anything abnormal. Nevertheless, their baby was born on February 11 at literally twice the size of the average newborn. Vaginally. More
Good nutrition is always important, but it’s especially significant for growing kids. When it comes to taking care of little ones, prepackaged toddler foods can be tempting with their instant, no-fuss nature. But what if those foods came with a hefty sodium level that could potentially affect your child’s health? More
“It happens more than you would think. Every time it does there’s always the, ‘How could they not have known? It seems crazy.’” More
After all the devastating news of the past week regarding children, it’s always wonderful to hear about something positive happening. In fact, this news is doubly great: it involves twins! Conjoined twins, actually… More
As a 23-year-old recent college graduate, I know I will not be having children within the next five years; it’s simply not financially feasible right now. I know it wouldn’t be responsible for me to bring another being into this world when I don’t think I could provide everything without a considerable amount of assistance, and according to the Pew Research Center’s Social Trends division, I’m not alone in this mindset. More
One of Slate’s most popular articles today, “Parents are Junkies,” asks why we love parenthood so much, given all the research that says it sucks. In the last few months, several articles have been written about research proving that parenthood makes us less happy; not more. Statistics show that more often than not, the birth of a child gives rise to the death of a marriage, greater likelihood of depression, and an onslaught of anxiety about the resources available to said child.
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This man framed the imprint of his own baby foot with his now manly (and married) hands. We bet he’ll probably cry at Eat, Pray, Love, too. (Also, as a baby, he was Big Foot.)
Dear Gisele Bündchen: We appreciate that your life is hard. You’re married to Tom Brady. You got to take time off work to spend with your newborn. Oh, and you’re a supermodel. Gisele told Harper’s Bazaar that if it were … More
Baby turtles. They hatch, and then begin their exhausting trek toward the water. All while looking like little old men. We’re rooting for you, gents.
Which is exactly what just happened to Angela and Ben Ihegboro of the U.K. They’re black, and their newborn baby girl, Nmachi, is white – with blonde hair and blue eyes, no less. (They already have two biological kids, who … More
You all know how much we love ripping on the Coca-Cola Company, but we think it’s time we stick it to another sugary soda manufacturer. 7UP has been touting itself as “natural” for the past several years, and it looks … More