Young Ryland Whittington had more trials than most children in his early years. First, it was discovered when he was a year old that he was deaf. And second? He was born a girl. Though genetically he was identified as a girl at birth, he knew from a young age that he was a boy. His parents put together this amazing tribute to show the world how much they love and support their son. This is a definite don't-miss video.
Photographer Dave Young recently spent several nights in London's Chelsea and Westminster Hospital with one mission: capture the expression of new fathers in the moments immediately following the birth of their children.
A new study, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, proves yet again that same sex couples are essentially no different than heterosexual couples. This study focused on the brain chemistry of gay co-fathers, and discovered that the chemistry in question is similar to that of heterosexual co-parents.
Here are eight last-minute Mother's Day gift ideas that are thoughtful and distinct, in addition to being simple and inexpensive.
Women are given the challenges of motherhood and careers, and they exceed expectations.
Greg Pembroke, the mastermind behind the hilarious tumblr Reasons My Son Is Crying recently released a book compiled of photos of his and others' crying children, and it is everything we could have hoped.
With a baby on the way, beating Candy Crush Saga probably isn't the most important thing on your mind — or your phone. Here are our favorite programs for moms-in-the-making.
How many times do you have to tell your child to stay away from something before you decide to go for it and childproof that drawer? Or light switch? Kitchen cabinet? Fridge? (Okay, you get the idea.)
One redditor recently took to the internet to share some very special news, and her father's reaction is both heartwarming and priceless.
While many moms can chat with total strangers about the perils and particular joys of mommyhood, it seems that more often the thing us moms have in common is something much darker: judgement.