The arrival of a new baby is a time filled with love, happiness and joy between you and your partner. Avoid any major bumps in the road during those first few months as parents by asking yourselves a few tough questions and babyproofing your relationship as much as possible.
Becoming a new parent with your spouse presents both physical and emotional hardships. This relationship expert and new father describes his own experiences and shares a refreshing perspective on parenting.
Dealing with explosive poo? Working from home when you need to be in the office? A new book has drinks for all your parenting disasters.
The new mom, 39, talks about the joys of motherhood, being "madly in love" with her 5-month-old son Caspian, and juggling work and family life.
By Chief Writer for Veterans United Network, Levi Newman, for GalTime.com new dads and work People talk a lot about how working moms are affected by having children, but I rarely hear the conversation turn toward how working dads’ lives are changed. My life was dramatically altered when my wife and I started having kids, and I don’t think I’m alone in that.
'New Year's Eve' has an ensemble cast of some of the biggest names in Hollywood — Halle Berry, Robert De Niro, Hilary Swank and Sarah Jessica Parker, to name a few. But boy, does this movie suck.
There is one new show that seems more realistic than, say, Zooey Deschanel being single for longer than 36 seconds. It's "Up All Night," the new comedy on NBC starring Christina Applegate, Maya Rudolph and Will Arnett (aka Mr. Amy Poehler). It's funny, it's original, and I think it might just be the most feminist new show on television right now.
I’ll never forget being 8 ½ months pregnant with my first child and a friend imploring me to go see a lot of movies and to go out to dinner as much as possible. “Once the baby arrives it won’t be so easy any more,” she said. Of course, not knowing how my life was about to change in a thousand ways, I barely listened to her advice and moved on, excitedly awaiting my baby’s arrival. I truly had no idea what was awaiting me on the “other side” of childbirth.