Hoda Kotb Shares Her Experiences With Mom-Shaming: 'I Felt Horrible'

During a segment on ‘Today,’ Hoda Kotb opened up about feeling “horrible” after she was mom-shamed for having children in her ‘50s. The talk show host is mother to two daughters.
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Mom Goes Viral for DIY Remote Learning Work Station for Kids

A mother in Kentucky came up with a creative solution to keep her children focused as they begin remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Microschooling: What You Need to Know About the New Homeschool Trend

Microschooling is a growing trend in homeschooling during the coronavirus pandemic. Learn more about the practice that allows families to educate their children from home while splitting the responsibilities with other parents.
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Complements That Backfire On Kids

There's no instruction manual on how to raise children and seemingly good things we say and do can backfire.
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What Parents Need to Know About Kids Going Back to School Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

Sending all children back to school can be nerve-wracking due to the coronavirus pandemic. Here is what parents need to school when their child’s school reopens.
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How To Convince The People To Take COVID-19 Seriosuly

We now have a virus that spreads like the common cold, but as deadly as a heart attack, with the mortality rate for coronavirus and a heart attack is basically the same, at 15% for anyone over 55 years old.
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Receive Texts From Santa Claus

Santa may be pushing 1,750 years old, but he can still learn a new trick or two. Even though we are in Santa's busiest month, we can keep in touch with him via text. SlickText, a mass text message marketing platform, is getting in the Christmas spirit this year by helping distribute text messages...
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Why We Call Loved Ones By The Wrong Name

Many of us have been called the wrong name by a parent, have confused the names of our closest friends or even called out new love by the name of an ex! But while social etiquette dictates we correctly identity the individuals closest to us, errors occur more frequently than we would like, known as...
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Rental Agreements Beginning In Summer Months Generally Cost More

Think the rent is too high? Then you’ll want to avoid signing a new lease during the summer. A new report from Zillow Group finds that renting at the peak can cost consumers more than $100 a month! Job growth, school schedules and even the weather can influence the amount of demand in the rental...
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Keep Your Kids Reading For Pleasure With These Tips

A new report confirms what many parents already know. The percentage of kids defined as frequent readers, considered those who read books for fun five to seven days a week, drops from 57% among 8-year-olds to 35% among 9-year-olds. It's called the “decline by nine” phenomenon. While 9-year olds...
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