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I am jealous of my toddler. I'll admit it. She can rock her birthday suit with no qualms. She's not afraid to pass gas publicly. And she gets her way.

from Sammiches and Psych Meds

Mom of One Takes Last Two-Seat Cart, Women With Multiple Kids Lose Their Sh*t

"I honestly had no idea it was this big a deal. I’m sure I won’t mind if there are no two-seat carts when I have my second.”

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7 Ways to Survive a Road Trip With Kids

Taking a road trip with kids is no easy feat. Follow these 7 steps to saving your sanity.

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Breast Milk, Baby Gear and Blowouts: 9 Things I Don't Miss About Traveling with Babies

No more diapers means more room for booze. And the kids sleep all night…

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Be Honest—Who Is Really Paying for This

Kids are expensive, especially as they get older. Well what better way to teach them hard work and the value of money than to make them pay for themselves?

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Playdates and the Ever Present Specter of Infidelity

A playdate seems innocent enough... Until your kid catches you in a bathtub, naked, with her friend's mom. Goodbye, marriage.

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What Romance Looks Like, Before and After Kids

Raising kids is draining, emotionally and physically, and any semblance of romance is usually the first casualty.

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Hot Dogs and Hell: The Dinnertime Horror

There is no hell like dinnertime with young kids. From the wrong pink plate to whining about Mom's cooking to the dog under my feet. It's a daily hell.

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Recent Chuck-E-Cheese Brawl Represents Rage We All Feel at Kids' Birthday Parties

Video footage of adults brawling at Chuck-E-Cheese is all over the internet. But before you judge, remember just how stabby those parties make us.

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Screw You, Anonymous

You want to judge me as a mother and writer, anonymous? Well I can take it. I know I am a good mother, even if I write about my kids.