Mother’s Day 2019: Rupali Nayak, mom of child with cerebral palsy, talks about her daughter’s journey to exam success

Mother's Day 2019: Meet Rupali Nayak, mother of Mamata Nayak who was born with cerebral palsy and has now passed her class 10 exam securing 90.4 per cent. We take a look at her inspirational journey as a mother. When Rupali Nayak from Mumbai approached a regular school near her house to get her daughter admitted, they refused because her […]

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Jennifer Garner Reveals Her 'Hilarious' Mother's Day Tradition with Her Kids: 'It's a Disaster'

As her kids get older, Jennifer Garner‘s beloved Mother’s Day tradition has gotten a little trickier to pull off. “All my kids sit on my lap every Mother’s Day [for a photo],” says the actress, 47, who currently graces the cover of PEOPLE’s 2019 Beautiful Issue. “But they’re getting bigger and it’s hilarious.” “It used to be that [Samuel Garner, […]

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Andy Cohen Reveals Who Gifted His 10-Week-Old Son Benjamin Those Famous $400 Fendi Pants

Andy Cohen is clearing the air over one special (and pricey) item in his 10-week-old son Benjamin Allen‘s wardrobe. The Watch What Happens Live host stopped by Live with Kelly and Ryan on Monday to chat with Kelly Ripa about all things new fatherhood, where he addressed a photo he posted earlier this month of Ripa’s husband Mark Consuelos cuddling his baby boy […]

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Serena Williams Still Hasn't Spent a Day Apart from Her Daughter as She Nears 'Terrible Twos'

Serena Williams has a lot on her plate and becoming a mom has made things even busier, but there’s one thing she’s not willing to compromise on: time with her daughter Alexis Olympia. As Williams juggles motherhood with tennis, her clothing line and a flourishing entrepreneurial career, she has consistently made it clear that her top priority remains her 19-month-old […]

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6 fun classic parenting movies to watch

Bringing up kids can be a rollercoaster ride, filled with moments of fun and madness. These movies offer a peek into the highs and lows of parenting, with a strong dose of humour. Snuggle up and enjoy! Cheaper by the Dozen (2003) This family comedy gets its name from an autobiographical book by Frank Bunker Gilbreth and Lillian Moller Gilbreth, […]

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What to Do When Adoptees Lie and Steal

Whether it’s taking food from a friend’s house or money from your wallet, it’s important to be measured in how you respond if your child steals something.(Getty Images) There is a false assumption that antisocial behaviors only occur in older children who were adopted out of the foster care system after suffering neglect or abuse. In fact, time and again […]

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