Kim Kardashian offered her advice to pregnant women in an interview Elle magazine saying, "I recommend hiding for a good year and having no pregnancy style. That's what I recommend. If you can do it, hide. Never leave the house." Yikes. So what does she have to say now that it's all blown up in her face?
Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian say we can have it all. Because they can have it all.
Here's everything you need to know about Beyonce And Jay Z's much anticipated tour. Plus, North West flies on a private plane without Kimye. It's all in our weekly roundup of hot Hollywood hookups, relationships and breakups!
Motherhood really agrees with Drew Barrymore. The star of the upcoming comedy 'Blended' gushes about her new life as the mother of two daughters, her marriage to Will Kopelman, and more.
Being nearly 7 months pregnant with my first child, I've found a million and one things to stress about during this journey. Is the baby gaining enough weight? Will my next ultrasound be OK? What the hell is labor going to be like? However, one prevailing concern as I head towards the gestational finish line surrounds the possibility of facing postpartum depression — and I am scared.
Reconnecting with yourself as an individual, particularly a sexual individual will add a crucial aspect to your energy, happiness, and especially your relationship. Two YourTango experts explain how to switch from mommy mode to sexual partner mode.
Your spouse has always been a wonderfully supportive and loving partner, but you're not sure how he will react to your latest news. You've thought long and hard, weighed the pros and cons, and you've made your decision. You want to become a surrogate mother. Telling your spouse can be tricky, particularly if you've never discussed the possibility of surrogacy. Before you begin the conversation, make sure that you have all your facts. It takes two.
Life coach Lisa Steadman writes about her experience as a foster mother to her niece and how she learned to be a better parent from her husband. Read on to see her honest approach to foster-parenting and why she ultimately decided to change.
There are a ton of parenting styles out there but none of them matter when you become bored with your kid. Check out Dr. Jephtha Tausig-Edwards 4 fun ideas to try when you want to expand the activities you do with your child. It will make you both happier...and more excited to spend time together!
Whether you’ve been at it a while or you’ve just decided to have a baby, trying to conceive can be an emotionally wearing process. You’re in a hurry to grow your family, but getting pregnant doesn’t always happen right away. No matter where you’re at on your journey to motherhood, there are five supplements you should consider taking to prep your body for new life and improve your chances of conceiving.
Shanola Hampton is starting 2014 off with a bang! Her hit Showtime show Shameless returns for its fourth season January 12. And just 11 days later, she's expecting her first child with husband Daren Dukes.
Life coach Beverly Pickard knows a thing or two about mommy guilt. Having once been crippled by self doubt, Pickard now empowers women to make themselves a priority to become better mothers and wives. Read on to learn the 3 secrets to how you can become a super mom, too!
It's no newsflash that staying active and healthy while pregnant is the best thing for both mama and baby. But did you know that exercising while pregnant might actually boost your baby's brain? The New York Times recently covered a new study that suggests pregnant moms who are physically active may produce babies with more mature brain development.
According to a just-released Gallup poll, most Americans — to the tune of 58 percent — think the "ideal age" for women to begin having children is "25 or younger." Scarily, there is no bottom cap for that range, which in theory means 58 percent of our great country may or may not support teen pregnancy.
Everyone likes to reveal that they're pregnant in a different way. Some people blurt it out, others write it on a cake, and some get especially creative. But I think we can all agree that the reaction is the best part. Whether it's a husband or mother in law, the reaction is every woman's favorite part of revealing that she's going to be a mom. Check out this primo reaction to the happy news. Caution: it gets loud.