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How to Get Instant Six-Pack Abs MINUTES After Having a Baby

Tony Posnanski | Posted 02.05.2014 | Parents
Tony Posnanski

I think that four days is way too long for any mother to wait for six-pack abs. As a weight loss inspiration and motivator, I would like to share with everyone a very easy way to have six-pack abs right after having a baby. It is very easy to obtain, but might be hard to maintain.

Mom Cooks Up A New Recipe For Her Baby And Now It's On Supermarket Shelves

Posted 03.31.2014 | MarloThomas

One of the reasons I started my website is that I wanted a place for women to come together and dream. We women need to know that we don't have to han...

Will Traditional Disney Princesses Get 'Frozen' Out?

Michelle Cove | Posted 02.02.2014 | Parents
Michelle Cove

Go see this one, moms and dads, because the more we show productions studios with our wallets that we want more versions of "happily ever after," the more options we get. I don't think there's any turning back.

7 Secrets Babysitters Wish Parents Knew

Lynn Perkins | Posted 02.01.2014 | Parents
Lynn Perkins

In a perfect world, parents and the babysitters they hire would have open, honest discussions about each other's expectations and feelings about a babysitting job. Yet, although they both have kids' best interests at heart, there seem to be a lot of unknowns and assumptions between the two camps.

I'm Hosting Thanksgiving Dinner for 15 in My NYC Apartment and It Will Be Low Stress. Here's How

Emma Johnson | Posted 01.27.2014 | New York
Emma Johnson

I've hosted Thanksgiving dinner for the past few years and it's always a good time. Guests include a mix of friends and family, friends of friends and a few neighbors stop by for a pre-dinner drink. This year it's shaping up to a whole new level.

The 25 Things Moms Really Don't Want to Hear This Thanksgiving

Ulli Appelbaum | Posted 01.27.2014 | Parents
Ulli Appelbaum

Thanksgiving is around the corner. Time to be thankful and to have family and friends come together. But as we're getting ready to hang out with the family and eat too much we often tend to forget the obvious. Who organized all this? Who made it happen? Why, mom of course.

Looking For a Cure For Burnout? Try Naptime Activism

Ronnie Citron-Fink | Posted 01.24.2014 | Parents
Ronnie Citron-Fink

No need for activism burnout if you are a member of Moms Clean Air Force. Our moms and dads do Naptime Activism!

One Person Who's Disappointed Cory Booker Has a Girlfriend: My Mom

Mary Adkins | Posted 01.25.2014 | New York
Mary Adkins

In August 2011, I was trying on a dress in a Brooklyn boutique when my phone buzzed to notify me that my mom had emailed. Expecting the usual check-in -- how was my weekend going, and here's a photo of the new puppy -- I instead read: "I am attaching a copy of a letter I have written to Mayor Cory Booker suggesting that he meet Adina.*"

6 Ways to Wear a Scarf

Anjali Varma | Posted 01.25.2014 | Style
Anjali Varma

There are many fun ways you can mix it up and change your look with this one accessory.

7 out of 10 Moms 'Fake It Till They Make It' So Just Relax, You're Not Alone

Ulli Appelbaum | Posted 01.23.2014 | Parents
Ulli Appelbaum

Is it a normal part of motherhood to "Fake it till you make it," or was this something specific to my wife Nikki?

Watch How Beautiful It Is To Be A Mom In 2 And A Half Minutes

The Huffington Post | Farah L. Miller | Posted 11.09.2013 | Parents

Three moms, three different lives, one remarkably universal experience. Filmmaker Matt Bieler found himself in awe of his sister, who was raising ...

A Simple -- But Not Easy -- Method to Transform Body Image

Lynn Shattuck | Posted 11.07.2013 | Healthy Living
Lynn Shattuck

If you have ever hated your body, and if you still hear this voice sometimes like I do, or all the time like I used to, this is what I hope for us: That the voice shrinks and shrinks, until we find ourselves holding it in our palms like a husk, like a whisper.

The Day I Broke My Son's Heart

Abbie Rumbach | Posted 01.23.2014 | Parents
Abbie Rumbach

My heart broke into a million tiny pieces. I had never felt like more of a monster. In Jack's story -- in that moment -- I was the villain.

Speak Up With Jimmy: Catching Up with Miss Universe 1997 Brook Lee (VIDEO)

Jimmy Nguyen | Posted 01.23.2014 | Celebrity
Jimmy Nguyen

In this interview, Brook reveals highlights and life lessons from her year as Miss Universe. She also re-enacts her famous answer to the final question which helped win her the crown.

24 Clear Signs You're A Mom

Ulli Appelbaum | Posted 01.23.2014 | Parents
Ulli Appelbaum

You can cook dinner, breastfeed, talk on the phone and yell at the kids, all without breaking stride or missing any of the TV show you are watching.

The Grossest, Most Amazing Thing My Dog Ever Did for Me

Abbie Moore | Posted 01.23.2014 | Parents
Abbie Moore

We're safely past those first few years of awkwardly trying to adjust to the demands of motherhood, and now that I can look back at some of the more trying times, I can see something interesting: Every single one of those challenges was made easier by my dog and my cat.

Go Ahead, Be That Mom

Jenny Witte | Posted 01.23.2014 | Parents
Jenny Witte

My suggestion is to switch the focus from other moms, and what other moms are doing, to your own kids. Are your kids happy and healthy being co-sleeping french fry eaters? Awesome!

Motherhood Did Not Change Me, It Made Me

Carin Kilby Clark | Posted 01.23.2014 | Parents
Carin Kilby Clark

Being a mother is not another role I embody; it is THE role of my life. Everything I am, and everything I have, is because I am a mom. Motherhood did not change me, it made me.

The Video Every Mom Must Watch On Repeat Until She Gets It

The Huffington Post | Farah L. Miller | Posted 10.31.2013 | Parents

"I struggle with my temper." "I wish I was better at taking time to sit down with my child." "I wish I was more confident." Sound familiar? ...

Jennifer Beals Leads Stroller Brigade for Safer Chemicals at U.S. Capitol

Lindsay Dahl | Posted 01.23.2014 | Green
Lindsay Dahl

People from all walks of life took time off of work, away from their families and traveled to D.C. for a shared common goal: to ask Congress for leadership on meaningful laws on toxic chemicals.

Thanks Huffington Post. But I'm Still Just Mom.

Sharon Zuckerwar | Posted 12.25.2013 | Parents
Sharon Zuckerwar

Yesterday, a blog that I submitted to The Huffington Post was published. I screenshotted it. Yes, I did that. A post that I wrote about pausing to find your pause button. Published. As in online. On. The. Huffington. Post. I immediately felt like I needed to hit the pause button and share the news with family and friends.

Things Every New Mom Should Know (But No One Tells You)

Lynn Perkins | Posted 01.23.2014 | Parents
Lynn Perkins

No matter how many parenting books you've read, how many nieces or nephews you've watched grow up or how many years you've clocked babysitting, becoming a mom for the first time catapults you into an entirely foreign world that you could never be fully prepared for or expect.

Moms Stand Up For Parents Who Smoke Marijuana

The Huffington Post | Amanda Scherker | Posted 10.25.2013 | Politics

A group of activist moms is rallying in support of cannabis-consuming parents and against government authorities who deem such parents unfit to raise ...

Life's a Beach in Myrtle Beach

Rania Walker | Posted 01.23.2014 | Travel
Rania Walker

In my world Myrtle Beach was a place to go for golf, and well, Golf! It wasn't exactly the first family-friendly beach locale that came to mind. But I'd put it out there and with some guidance and help from friends, we created a plan.

In Response to Matt Walsh: Ladies Is Pimps, Too

Courtney Ellingsworth | Posted 12.24.2013 | Parents
Courtney Ellingsworth

I see women "belonging" in certain roles as anachronistic. Professional women aren't place-holding, servile, coffee-pouring drones in a hive. But they aren't all queen bees either. We're sentient critters with expansive interests and abilities. We are self-sufficient, highly consequential, impressive people, who, way more often than not, raise children too.