Almost two months to the day after welcoming her second child with fiancé Eric Johnson, Jessica Simpson revealed the adorable little guy to the world.
A school district in California is spending more than $40,000 to keep any eye on middle and high school student’s social media activity. The school says it will help prevent bullying, but some parents are saying it’s a bit too ‘big brother’ for them.
A new summer camp in Japan is looking to help out the kids that they say are addicted to the internet. The summer camps, dubbed ‘Fasting Camps,’ won’t allow kids to bring computers, cellphones or video games.
Tips on how to correctly apply sunscreen to your baby’s skin.
There’s a new flavor in the lollipop game. Breast milk could soon be as popular a gourmet option as fruit smoothie, Maui mango, and caramel popcorn.
The Boy Scouts of America are voting on whether to keep or remove the gay ban on May 23, 2013.
Erica Nigrelli, whose husband Nathan is from Salem, New Hampshire, technically died, gave birth and then was brought back to life.
“How I Met Your Mother” star Alyson Hannigan says that she is done having kids, but that doesn’t stop her from dishing out some parenting advice.
“Fox & Friends” reports PS 244, a New York City elementary school, has become the first in the nation to serve only vegetarian options in the cafeteria. WPIX says the school now serves veggie-only breakfast and lunches, including items like vegetable wraps, black beans, roasted chickpeas and lots of greens. The school made the move because of popular demand. New York Daily News adds it’s all part of a public school revolution that was sparked when Mayor Bloomberg took office.