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We cherish Emmy Rossum on Shameless, and we are not one bit embarrassed to say we love her even more after reading her beautiful exposition on being raised by a single mom. Rossum said she was moved by viewing Katie Couric, and Sheryl Sandberg discusses Sandberg’s recently released book Option

We’ve all been there: You’ve quite recently completed the process of working for the day, and as you’re venturing out of your office, you want to be home as of now.   Most drive times are not shocking for most Americans, averaging around 25.4 minutes from home to office or

The charitable association SickKids Foundation brings up assets for kids’ wellbeing, research, and care. On their site, their message states, “SickKids is fighting to make every kid a healthy kid. And we need you to join us in that fight. The last 10 years have opened up tremendous possibilities in

Prompt the Mini Cooper jokes! Bradley Cooper and sweetheart Irina Shayk’s bundle of photogenic happiness has touched base on the scene. A source announced the couple’s first kid drifted delicately out of Shayk’s Victoria’s Secret-swathed body two weeks prior, and everybody is doing fine.   Except us. We’re crotchety that

We need beat security when we fly, beyond any doubt — yet what happens when your youngster is the objective of that security methodology? Texas mother Jennifer Williamson swung to Facebook to share her shock after her 13-year-old child got an incredibly exhaustive search at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. She

An Australian mother of six has gone under assault for conceding that she now and then skirts the night robe and puts her children to bed in their garments to spare time in the morning. On-screen character and essayist Madeleine West said she does this on, especially early or occupied

I never was one of those women who dreamed of having children their whole lives. I actually rejected the world of child-bearing and domesticity. Through my prism of a single, professional woman—a magazine editor and journalist—who believed that achievement was validation, I viewed mothers as drab, dull, and colorless, and I had no desire