Struggling with what to name your baby? Groupon comes to the rescue! For a mere $1,000, they'll name your baby. The name won't be randomly selected nor will there be some drawn out selection process. Your baby's name will be "Clembough." Confused? Us, too.
I'm thrilled to be a speaker for the Spark & Hustle 2012 tour, a 20-city series of day-long conferences for current and aspiring small business owners. Come see me in Tampa!
Are the kids of reality stars like "The Real Housewives of New Jersey's" Gina Guidice's daughter celebrating her ninth birthday with a salon party influencing women? While this might put your hair on end, there's a rise in the amount of little girls frequenting salons and spas in the United States.
It takes a lot to shock police these days. It's rare, if not unheard of to be faced with what Chicago police found on one particular routine traffic stop.
Who says generosity is dead? I doubt running back Brandon Jacobs would say so. He just received one young fan’s entire piggy bank savings in an effort to keep him in New York!
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Although my pregnancy was a surprise, nothing was more exciting than learning I was going to be a mother. However, that emotion quickly changed to disbelief when I was diagnosed with an aggressive breast cancer just days later. Luckily, I found hope for two.
Jonathan and Megan Keeney were expecting their first baby, a boy, Jaxon on June 6, 2012. Megan was to be induced and intubated for what was to be a somewhat risky delivery. Little Jaxon had been pre-diagnosed with a heart defect and would require immediate surgery after his birth.
A pregnant Indiana mom was killed in a car accident yet her unborn baby was safely delivered via c-section after her death. Her two small children, who were in the backseat, also survived the crash. The baby is clinging to life, according to local police.
A mother in Phoenix, Arizona will not be nominated for "Mother of the Year" anytime soon. 19-year-old Catalina Clouser made headlines Saturday after she drove off with her six-month-old son on the roof of the car. Thankfully, he was in his car seat which saved his life.
Although recently publicized in April, 2012, United Airlines quietly ended its policy of allowing families with small children to pre-board flights early. Until then, following the disabled, families with children could board before other passengers. The thinking was that with all their extra gear and hub-bub, it would make the boarding process easier for everyone.
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I was diagnosed with ibromyalgia about a year ago and and finally feel like I am getting back to normal. My husband and I are waitng to conceive in the next couple of months but I am really nerous about coming off of all my medications. I am currently taking Cymbalta, Gabapentin, Nifedipine, and Clonazapen. I am off of the Gabapentin and the only side effect seems to be tingling in my hands, but am super nervous about becoming depressed again and my insomnia.
When seven-year-old Chloe's mother went into labor, she sprung into action. Chloe awoke to her mother's screams as her contractions began in the middle of the night. Chloe was the only one around so she grabbed a towel to keep her newborn sister clean and warm.
Eric and Amanda Trant are mourning the unexpected death of their 18-month-old son, Dastan. However, they're also finding comfort knowing his death saved at least three people.
As convenient as the new laundry packets are for parents, they are apparently dangerously appealing to little ones.
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A mom recently gave birth to a 13-pound baby...naturally. To borrow a recent popular headline, "Are YOU mom enough?" Few women might be -- could you?
A relatively new website is not only helping teachers out but it's paying them pretty handsomely. "Teachers Pay Teachers" is a company started to help teachers with their lesson plans. It was founded by Paul Edelman, after he ended a four year stint with the New York City public schools.
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