Moms on a Mission: Fighting Hunger and Teaching Kids to Be Thankful with ‘Turkey on the Table’

California moms April George and Kerry Maunus never dreamed a casual chat would lead them to spark a craze for a must-have Thanksgiving item, create a new holiday tradition – and help fight hunger at the same time.

It all started on an autumn day in 2013 when the new friends who bonded when George moved to the Bay area from Tennessee earlier that summer took a walk after dropping their kids off at school and happily discovered that Thanksgiving is their favorite holiday.

“We were talking about how it’s such a feel-good time when families gather together and how it’s so meaningful to understand how much you have to be thankful for,” says George, 46, who with Maunus, 42, is among PEOPLE’s 25 Women Changing the World.

The conversation turned to the importance of teaching kids to be grateful for what they have and to give back.

But how?

After weeks of brainstorming and online research, the answer came in the form of an adorable knit sweater-clad turkey with a Styrofoam body and attachable feathers for messages of gratitude.

Turkey on the Table, they called it, would look great as a Thanksgiving centerpiece and become a holiday tradition by encouraging those gathered around the table to talk about the very reason for the holiday: giving thanks.

“When we started to do the research on gratitude, we realized it’s not innate to be grateful,” says Maunus, who has three boys. “So the onus is on the family and the community to teach children about being grateful.”

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They also wanted to make sure a portion of the proceeds from the sales of the $ 39.99 turkey provide meals for those in need.

“We’re happy that this is bringing awareness to hunger in America,” says Maunus. “One in 8 people are food insecure, including single moms and people with jobs. Everyone should have access to food in this country.”

Instant Mompreneurs

Armed with a promising idea, the two stay-at-home moms had no clue how to get their idea from laptop to tabletop.

“We were two moms with zero experience in manufacturing and product design, but we thought this idea was too good not to do something with,” says George, who has two girls.

They made it work. “We learned to become very scrappy and figure things out, face challenges and work through them,” says Maunus, “We learned along the way.”

They found a factory in China to manufacture the turkeys and an artist to illustrate the tiny book Maunus wrote that comes with each one.

Before they knew it, “It became a full-time job,” says Maunus.

Two years later, in the fall of 2015, they were ready to sell their first batch.

“Initially we ordered 5,000 turkeys and friends said, ‘Girl, that’s a little aggressive. I don’t think you understand how many 5,000 is,’” says George. “But we were comfortable with that number.”

They threw a launch party to benefit their local food bank, donating a portion of proceeds from the fete to the charity – and told the people who came to spread the word.

“People bought them,” says Maunus. “Then, through the magic of Facebook and Instagram, word caught on quickly in Massachusetts and Indiana. That’s how we ended up with a handful of retailers.

“We sold out the Monday before Thanksgiving. We realized we were onto something.”

So were others.

The hunger relief organization Feeding America learned what the two moms were doing and offered to partner with them.

“We were shocked,” says George. “Partnering with Feeding America was the biggest miracle out of the sky.”

A New Reason to Give Thanks

Today, Turkey on the Table is sold online and in more than 1,500 retailers nationwide.

For each turkey sold, 10 meals are provided to people in need. To date, Turkey on the Table has provided 862,022 meals.

“Our goal is to reach the 1 million mark in 2018,” says Maunus.

They’re thrilled that Turkey on the Table is doing more than just helping to feed people.

“We’ve gotten letters from people saying thank you for helping us to create conversations about gratitude around our table,” says Maunus. “Knowing how many people we’ve helped keeps us going.”


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Teen Mom’s Kailyn Lowry Says She’d Rather Date Women as She Loses Partial Custody of Son Lux

Kailyn Lowry is opening up about her love life and turning her back on men (for the moment).

The mother of three revealed she wasn’t open to dating men after her relationship with longtime friend Chris Lopez fell apart. The two share 8-month-old son Lux Russell.

While speaking with friend Lindsie Chrisley and MTV producer J.C. before recording for their podcast, Lowry admitted she hadn’t wanted to date men since her break up with Lopez.

“Are you looking for a guy or a girl?” J.C. asked her.

“I just think that a girl would get me more — like they have more patience and whatever,” Lowry, 26, said. “But I also compare everyone to Chris, and right now, I just… every man is like Chris. I want nothing to do with you. I had been with girls before Chris.”

Lindsie asked, “But do you feel like you don’t want to be with a man because of him?”

“I just want to stay far away from men right now,” Lowry said.

During a podcast episode in November, Lowry revealed she was dating a woman, who fans speculated was her friend Dominique Potter.

“We were friends for a year and so it kind of just turned into ,” Lowry said. “So, it’s not like she was trying to wine and dine me to ask me to be her girlfriend, you know what I mean? It more or less just happened.”

Later in the episode, the MTV star became furious when Lopez took her to court after he filed for emergency visitation rights to see their son.

During a call with a friend, while driving away from the courthouse, Lowry unleashed her worries, saying, “I had to testify against Chris. He got supervised visits for the next four weeks, and then court again on the 29th. He gets to have the baby for five hours. The thing that pisses me off is that his aunt is now the one supervising the visits, so she has to be there.”

“Why can’t the person who supervises the visits be a neutral party? I don’t trust his family to be there,” she admitted.

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“Nothing makes me feel better because this could all change on the 29th,” she continued. “I’m conflicted because I got what I wanted for Lux, which is supervised visits but I’m also upset, still. There’s no winning. At the end of the day, Lux still loses because he won’t have both parents.”

Lowry has two other sons from previous relationships. She shares her oldest son Isaac with ex-boyfriend Jo Rivera, and second son Lincoln with ex-husband Javi Marroquin.

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After posting a “perfect” selfie, a U.K.-based mom and blogger followed up with a powerful message about body image. 

On May 16, Tova Leigh posted a photo of herself on Instagram, along with a caption about corsets and unrealistic body image standards. 

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After receiving tons of “likes” and compliments from friends, Leigh made the selfie her profile picture on Facebook.  

But she later felt guilt about her choice of photo and the filters and edits she used to create it. On May 28, the mom shared a follow-up post to reveal the reality behind the “perfect” selfie. 

“Today I am sharing the ‘behind the scenes’ of that image,” Leigh wrote. “How I actually looked when it was taken, without 20 attempts to get it right, without cropping out the bits I don’t like and without adding the ‘make me look pretty’ filter.”

The mom explained that over the weekend, she read an article about the way social media can make people feel depressed and insecure because they perceive the perfect-looking images to be real.  

“Well let me tell you something: THIS IS REAL,” she wrote. “In all my mum-tum, cellulitis, granny pants and absolutely zero thigh gap glory! Not the perfect sexy body by some dictated standard, but imperfectly fabulous because it is real and it is mine.”

Leigh concluded with some advice for people to keep in mind the next time they see a “perfect” photo on Instagram or Facebook and start to feel self-conscious: “Social media is full of shit. You are beautiful just the way you are. And there is nothing sexier than being real.”

The post received over 37,000 likes. Leigh has three daughters ― a 6-year-old and 4-year-old twins. She told HuffPost they inspired her to share this message. 

“They’re obviously still not on social media, and I sometimes worry about when they will be,” she explained. “As somebody who uses social media quite a bit for my work, I am well aware of how misleading it can be, and at the age of 41 I take things with a pinch of salt as I know that what I see is not always reality. “

Reading about the negative effects of social media “perfection” ― particularly on teenagers ― prompted Leigh to share the truth of her own “perfect” selfie. 

“In reality, I was standing in my underwear in my bathroom facing a window, so I had really good light,” she recalled. “I had a mirror in front of me and I must’ve tried at least 20 times before I got the perfect shot.”

But the image was “dishonest,” and Leigh said she felt like a fraud after receiving compliments on how she looked in photo. “It did not represent what that moment really looks like, so I decided to share the truth.”

Though the blogger was hesitant to share such an intimate photo, she’s glad she did. Leigh has been overwhelmed by the positive reactions and all the kind messages she’s received from women around the world thanking her for her honesty.

“We live in a world and a society that puts a lot of pressure on women, young girls teenagers etc to look a certain way,” she told HuffPost. “We tend to share the good moments and the attractive bits about our lives which I guess is understandable, but at the same time is very misleading.”

She added, “If you look at social media you will see that 99 percent of images look perfect. But how does that even make sense? Life is not perfect. We are not perfect. And that was the point I was trying to get across: We’re not perfect but that is totally OK. Being real is far more powerful than being perfect.”

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What People Really Think About Their Moms’ Wedding Gowns

Some wedding dresses stand the test of time, and others ― well, not so much.

In a recent video, Brides editors describe their moms’ wedding gowns and tell the stories behind the special garments. One dress was stained when the bride fainted at the altar, another was impressively hand-tailored by the bride herself and several boasted some of those signature 80s poofy sleeves. 

Watch the video above to see what these daughters and sons had to say about their moms’ big day fashion choices. 

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16 Teens Who Wore Their Moms’ Prom Dresses And Looked Just As Stunning

They got it from their mama: Instead of heading to the mall or ordering online, these teens decided to wear the prom dresses their moms wore years ago. 

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This Mom’s Food Art For Her Kid Looks (Almost) Too Good To Eat

Worried about her daughter’s eating habits, one mom turned mealtime into a fun art display.

California mom Kim Anh Chang began creating food art in April for her 2-year-old daughter, Sam. Chang told HuffPost she was concerned about Sam’s “finicky appetite” so she set out to help spark her interest in food in a healthy and creative way. 

“I figured if I plate her dishes into something cute she will show more interest in eating it,” she said. “My goal is to create artful dishes to help my finicky eater share the same meals as the rest of the family. I want her to grow up getting use to eating what everyone else is eating and not have to make a separate meal just for her.”

Chang’s dishes include Lambie from “Doc McStuffins” made out of chicken and noodles and Rapunzel made out of noodles, ham and cheese. Chang told HuffPost she takes inspiration for her food art from Sam’s interests, which include teddy bears and Disney characters. The toddler also helps her mom come up with ideas. 

“The Lambie one was actually her idea,” she said. “I was Googling cute characters to see what I should make next. Sam was sitting next to me and showing a lot of interest. She then grabbed the Lambie toy from her playpen and gave it to me. I immediately knew what to do and prepared dinner shortly after.”

Sam also helps her mom out in the kitchen, just like Chang helped her family as a kid. 

“I grew up taking turns with my sister making dinner for the entire family (10 total) since I was 12 or 13,” she said.

Chang shares her tasty creations on Facebook and Instagram under the name Plate Art for Kids. She also shares tutorials for the dishes that feature Sam on YouTube.

Since starting her food art journey, Chang has noticed her daughter taking an interest in cooking with her.

“She absolutely loves it!” she told HuffPost. “Especially when I take out the pasta maker machine.”

The toddler’s eating habits have improved, and most importantly, the project has given the mom and daughter an opportunity to spend time together. 

“Having her help me cook and showing her to do these things herself gives her a sense of accomplishment and I noticed she’s wanting to eat more and more and looks forward to the time we can spend in the kitchen together,” Chang said.

See more food creations from Chang and Sam below and check out their Facebook, YouTube and Instagram for more dishes.

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White House Budget Director Says Single Moms Shouldn’t Have To Pay For PBS

The White House’s budget director justified proposed cuts to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting by saying that it’s not fair to ask a “single mom in Detroit” or a “coal miner” to pay for it.

The Corporation for Public Broadcasting funds PBS, which airs “Sesame Street,” the incredibly popular children’s program. President Donald Trump’s federal budget plan, released on Thursday morning, proposes axing federal funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, as well as the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities. 

“When you start looking at places that we reduce spending, one of the questions we asked was can we really continue to ask a coal miner in West Virginia or a single mom in Detroit to pay for these programs? The answer was no,” Mick Mulvaney told MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” on Thursday. “We can ask them to pay for defense, and we will, but we can’t ask them to continue to pay for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.”

The Trump administration plans to increase military spending by $ 54 billion. In comparison, the CPB receives less than $ 500,000 per year from the federal government.

The notion that people’s tax dollars shouldn’t be spent on programs they don’t use is confusing enough; by that logic, the taxes from people without children wouldn’t go toward public schools and people who drive to work wouldn’t pay for public transportation. But Mulvaney’s comment is especially bizarre considering how popular “Sesame Street” is among children and parents.

Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney was chastised during the 2012 election for proposing cutting PBS’ funding

Better luck next time, Big Bird.

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With the widespread illusion of perfection on social media, it’s common for parents to feel like they just don’t measure up. But this mom and vlogger says that doesn’t have to be the case. 

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Protesters in Standing Rock are being brutalized, white supremacists are rallying in Washington, D.C., and we’re hurtling toward a climate disaster. But don’t worry, anti-gay group One Million Moms is tackling the real problems facing our nation. Namely, a jewelry commercial showing a nice lesbian couple getting married.

The moral panic-enthusiasts released a statement this week decrying Zales for the new ad that, in a montage of couples and families, includes two women in wedding dresses happily exchanging vows.

“Zales is using public airwaves to subject families to the decay of morals and values, and belittle the sanctity of marriage in an attempt to redefine marriage,” wrote One Million Moms, apparently unaware that the actual definition of marriage already includes same-sex unions.

Their statement instructs fellow bigots to travel to Zales stores and tell managers (who surely have absolutely nothing to do with the company’s advertorial decisions) that they won’t shop there due to the commercial.

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MOMS WITH CLOUT: In honor of Mother’s Day this Sunday, Working Mother has released its annual list of the “50 Most Powerful Moms of 2016,” on workingmother.com. The list recognizes moms who inspire people and make a difference in the world and includes women from arts/entertainment, fashion/tastemakers, finance/business, media/marketing, philanthropy, politics, retail/manufacturing and tech/science.
New to the list are women such as singers Adele and Carrie Underwood; actor Viola Davis; Chelsea Clinton; Ivanka Trump, executive vice president of the Trump Organization; Joanna Coles, editor, Cosmopolitan and editorial director of Seventeen, and Delphine Arnault, executive vice president of Louis Vuitton.
Women in the fashion world who made the list are Tory Burch; Victoria Beckham; Emmanuelle Alt, editor in chief of Vogue Paris; Jenna Lyons, creative director of J. Crew, and Sara Blakely, founder and chief executive officer of Spanx. From the retail world, the list includes Gisel Ruiz, executive vice president of Wal-Mart International; Rosalind Brewer, president and ceo of Sam’s Club, and Angela Ahrendts, senior vice president of retail and online stores at Apple.
From the tech world, Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer of Facebook; Katie Jacobs Stanton, vice president of global media, Twitter; Marissa Mayer, ceo of Yahoo; Susan Wojcicki, ceo of YouTube, and Lorraine Twohill, senior

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In the midst of the chaos and confusion of raising kids, sometimes all you need is a good laugh. Luckily some moms are comedians who can find humor in any situation. Here are spot-on parenting truths from 13 famous funny ladies.

1. On who’s really in charge:

“Kids are definitely the boss of you. Anyone who will barge into the room while you are on the commode is the boss of you. And when you explain to them that you’re on the commode and that they should leave but they don’t? That’s a high-level boss.” — Tina Fey

2. On raising babies:

“We spend the first twelve months of our children’s lives teaching them to walk and talk and the next twelve telling them to sit down and shut up.” — Phyllis Diller

3. On the days before parenthood:

“Before I had children, I was so selfish. I used to shower like every day.” — Maryellen Hooper

4. On the fantasy of sleep:

“Now that I have kids, I’m up at 5:30 a.m. no matter what. Sleep at this point is just a concept, something I’m looking forward to investigating in the future.” — Amy Poehler

5. On dealing with chaos:

“In more trying times, I suppose my parenting philosophy is ‘Try not to lose your shit.'” — Rachel Dratch

6. On parenting expectations and reality:

“It’s funny when you think back on the parent you THOUGHT you would be before you had kids and how you judge other parents. Then you give in to the reality of it and just wing it.” — Maya Rudolph

7. On letting go of dreams:

“Every night I work on releasing the ridiculous fantasy of achieving a serene house, full of productive adults and slumbering children.” — Ana Gasteyer

8. On rolling with the punches:

“It is truly a blessing. But I’m going to be tired for the rest of my life. When you’re up at 3 o’clock in the morning, and they pee on you, you just have to smile.” — Wanda Sykes

9. On the competitive world of preschool admissions:

“I actually went to a kindergarten fair, which was identical to a college fair. It was quite funny. I left with a tote bag and everything from all the schools. I’ve been told to ‘cast a wide net.'” — Jane Krakowski

10. On delivering a baby:

“Giving birth is like taking your lower lip and forcing it over your head.” — Carol Burnett

11. On asserting authority:

“Don’t tell your kids you had an easy birth or they won’t respect you. For years I used to wake up my daughter and say, ‘Melissa you ripped me to shreds. Now go back to sleep.'” — Joan Rivers

12. On raising energetic kids:

“When my kids become wild and unruly, I use a nice, safe playpen. When they’re finished, I climb out.” — Erma Bombeck

13. On parenting in the digital age:

“I joined a couple of those mom chat rooms and it was seriously like a ‘Saturday Night Live’ sketch. I was laughing so hard! Of course I was appreciative that women share information, but there would be fights over, like, what kind of lotion one woman is using on her stomach.” — Casey Wilson

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Mila Kunis Is Done Trying To Be Perfect In ‘Bad Moms’ Trailer

From the writers of “The Hangover” comes “Bad Moms,” a comedy starring Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn as three women who are done trying to be the mythical “perfect mom.”

Fed up with the stresses of attempting to juggle careers, the PTA, soccer practice and ensuring their children live “amazing and magical lives,” the ladies toast to being “bad moms” and — you guessed it — hilarity ensues.

According the film’s synopsis, the three moms join forces “on a quest to liberate themselves from conventional responsibilities — going on a wild, un-mom-like binge of long overdue freedom, fun and self-indulgence — putting them on a collision course with PTA Queen Bee Gwendolyn and her clique of devoted perfect moms.”

The store-bought donut holes Kunis’ character provides for the school bake sale seem to be a point of contention with Christina Applegate, who has been cast as the tightly wound villain in the film.

“Bad Moms” hits theaters July 29. 

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Mom’s Movie Minute – Kung Fu Panda 3

Angela Hoover breaks down whether or not Kung Fu Panda 3 is right for your child in this episode of Mom’s Movie Minute.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Zoolander 2

Angela Hoover gives us her opinion about the sequel Zoolander 2 on this week’s Mom’s Movie Minute. Who was her favorite cameo? Watch to find out!
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Mom’s Movie Minute – The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2

Is ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2’ too intense for your kids? Janell Inez tells you what to expect on Mom’s Movie Minute.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Star Wars: The Force Awakens

The Force is strong with Angela Hoover, who weighs in on watching Star Wars: The Force Awakens with your kids and what age they should be to see it.
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Maddie Ziegler Isn’t the Only Stylish Dance Moms Star—Meet the Other Girls With Killer Off-Stage Style

The first kid to go mainstream from the Abby Lee Dance Company was undoubtedly Maddie Zieger—she counts a hit Sia music video as her breakout moment, and now she’s doing stuff like dancing fall trends for Glamour (awesome, right?). And while we heart the 12-year-old enough to invite her to guest-Instagram for us during last week’s Teen Choice Awards, it’s time to acknowledge the other Dance Moms stars with cute style out of the studio.

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Maddie’s 11-year-old little sister, Mackenzie, seen on the left, has been taking style cues from her big sis, picking sweet, bright pieces that are totally age-appropriate. We sense a future shoe addict too—check out those metallic peep-toes!

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ALDC alum Chloe Lukasiak, 14, might not have appeared on the show’s most recent episodes, but her style hasn’t changed one bit. For the TCAs, she picked a Lublu Kira Plastinina skirt and Sabo Skirt top, a perfect example of the bright, feminine pieces she frequently rocks.

And while she’s not on the show anymore, Chloe still makes time to hang with former dance classmates, including Nia Frazier. Moonlighting as a movie video star between her dance competitions, the 14-year-old is used to super-fierce costumes. For time off, though, it’s all about easy basics like these cheerful printed shorts and bright tank.

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Even at 14, Kalani Hilliker, on the right, has trend-driven style that incorporates plenty seasonal must-haves (like this suede a-line mini, a number we’re loving this fall for transitional styling). Her taste level has resulted in a professional gig too: Along with dancing competitively, she’s got a special collection with tween retailer Mod Angel.

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Kendall Vertes, seen with Maddie on her left, wears the type of comfortable clothes you’d expect a serious 12-year-old dancer to rock when she’s out of a leotard: cute pieces with bright, fun prints that don’t look too constricting. Once she lost the statement sunnies, she could totally bust a move in this cute romper.

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As one of the youngest members of the crew, JoJo Siwa, 11, has a youthful style that shows a lot of super bright colors, flirty cuts, and, yup, her signature hair bow. While standout hair accessories aren’t for everyone, it brings up a super-smart style message: Find what you love and make it your own.



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Mom’s Movie Minute – Fantastic 4

Is Fantastic Four a super movie for your kids? Tara McNamara gives you her Bottom Line on this superhero film.
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WORKING MOMS 411: How To Manage Kids, Career and Home

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Funniest Parenting Tweets: What Moms And Dads Said On Twitter This Week

Kids may say the darndest things, but parents tweet about them in the funniest ways. So each week, we round up the most hilarious 140-character quips from moms and dads to spread the joy. Scroll down to read the latest batch and follow @HuffPostParents on Twitter for more!

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Mom’s Movie Minute – Minions

Mayhem, destruction and havoc for the whole family. Angela Hoover gives you the bottom line on “Minions” in this week’s Mom’s Movie Minute.
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Betsey Johnson Taps Dance Moms’ Maddie Ziegler for an Adorable New Collaboration

Betsey Johnson‘s punky, funky, completely spunky style translates perfectly to the dance world, as evidenced by her brand-new collection for dance-wear giant Capezio. The campaign shows Dance Moms star Maddie Ziegler in a range of apparel and accessories including, yup, a tutu.

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Can the Groom’s Mom Wear THIS to the Wedding? (Plus, 9 A-OK Dresses for Moms)

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Mom’s Honest, Inspiring Response To Comments About Her ‘Perfect’ Body

Mom and musician Kimberly Henderson gained a following back in December after her gorgeous lullaby cover of Whitney Houston’s “How Will I Know” went viral.

Seven months and countless media appearances later, Henderson is back in the spotlight for a different reason. On June 19, the mother of four shared a selfie that shows off her “imperfect” stomach — stretch marks and all.

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“I decided to upload this pic and leave my belly ‘unedited’ ‘unphotoshopped’ because I used to struggle with accepting my body after kids,” she wrote in the caption. “I used to have a six pack before my babies.. And now even though I work out I know its not going to make my loose skin tight.. Or my stretch marks disappear ever lol and I’m ok with that because everyday I get to wake up to four beautiful smiling faces and I’m reminded that they are worth this flabby belly and they are worth these stretch marks.”

Henderson also opened up about her body image struggles as a young mom comparing herself to other girls her age. “I’m not trying to say I have it worse than anyone else,” she said, adding that she just wanted to share an empowering message with her fellow moms: “[Y]our body is beautiful… BECAUSE we ARE moms and we ARE superheroes and we freakin ROCK and in my opinion that is sexier than any six pack!”

As of Wednesday afternoon, the Facebook post had over 110,000 likes and thousands of comments. Henderson told The Huffington Post that she was touched by the large influx of positive comments, especially seeing “so many women and MEN lifting each other up about their bodies,” she said.

The musician said she was inspired to post the photo in response to the many comments she often receives from fans and friends about how “perfect” her post-baby body was. “Because of my thin figure people don’t think I have imperfections or insecurities,” she told HuffPost. “I wanted to show other women that I am just like them — stretch marks, loose skin.”

“I can embrace that because to me being sexy is being confident in your own skin,” she continued. “A mother’s body is beautiful and we all have insecurities.”

After years of struggling with body image and refusing to wear anything but a one-piece bathing suit to the beach, Henderson said she’s finally reached a point of being content with her appearance. “I realized that being ‘perfect’ is being imperfect. I wanted to empower other women to do the same!” And, she added, she now proudly wears bikinis. “If I hide [my stomach] that means I’m ashamed and I have nothing to be ashamed about.”

The singer, who will be going to London, Los Angeles, Nashville to work on new music this summer, hopes she can help her fans feel more confident as a show of gratitude for all the support they’ve shown her as she pursues her dreams in the music world. “And I hope I can be someone REAL they can look up to as an musical artist, a mother and a person.”

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Mom’s Movie Minute – Inside Out

Guest Mom and Telenovela star Felicia Mercado has the bottom line on Disney/Pixar’s Inside Out in this week’s Mom’s Movie Minute.
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‘United We Feed’ Photo Series Supports All Moms — However They Nourish Their Children

Photographer and mom of two Caitlin Domanico hopes her latest project will provide support for all parents navigating the world of pumping, nursing and bottle feeding.

“United We Feed” is a series of photos Domanico took of clients, friends, and acquaintances nourishing their babies in the manner that is best for their individual families. For many of the women, that’s breastfeeding. For others, it’s pumping and bottle feeding. And for some, it’s tube feeding.

“Everybody’s journey is so different,” the photographer told The Huffington Post. “I love being able to tell their story and hopefully chisel away at that silly term ‘Mommy Wars’ with one photograph at a time by showing that we are all humans with a unifying goal in mind — to love our little babies with all of our soul.”

Domanico drew inspiration for the series from her own experiences as a breastfeeding mom. While her oldest daughter breastfed for six months and then drank pumped milk and formula from a bottle, her younger daughter nursed exclusively for 18 months because she refused to drink from bottles and often threw fits. “I have talked endlessly to family and friends about my daughters and how I was feeding them, why I was feeding them that way, and how I felt about it,” the mom recalled, adding “I sought support from women when I felt unsure, scared, proud, guilty, and determined.”

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The other moms in her life were also sources of inspiration. “I have offered support and suggestions, mailed tea to women, cheered when I received a text of a selfie of a woman whose baby just latched, and hugged them as I agreed with them that it was absolutely okay to choose formula feeding/pumping, or to be tube-feeding because it was medically necessary,” she recalled.

“I love when I am able to give to other women, to listen, to hug them, to offer encouragement, support, and remind them that they are rocking the role of mom,” she continued. “Because at the end of the day, each woman was making a decision to love and nourish their baby no matter what the method of delivery may be.”

The response to “United We Feed” has been “incredible” and “humbling,” Domanico said, noting that she’s received countless messages from mothers wishing to thank her for representing their experiences or even requesting own photo shoots. Recently, the photographer was moved when she photographed a lesbian couple feeding their new baby. After one mom pumped and prepared the bottle, her wife fed the baby. Another powerful experience was capturing a mom whose baby with Down syndrome was finally gaining weight after months of difficulty taking a bottle.

Ultimately, Domanico aspires to host a gallery of images in the Philadelphia area where her studio is located. She also dreams of publishing a book that celebrates the variety of parenting decisions and experiences — in different cultures across the U.S. and eventually, around the world.

Through her messages of support, the mom hopes to break down some of the feelings of “mommy guilt” that stem from breastfeeding and bottle feeding. “It can lead to defensive and competitive behavior from women, who at the end of the day all have the same goal in mind- to love and nourish their precious and tiny babies!” she said.

“It is through this project I envision uniting mothers across all walks of life, while simultaneously teaching my daughters that other women are not the enemy,” she added. “We owe it to each other to foster a community that is deeply rooted in respect for one another, after all, motherhood is amazing. It is filled with joy, love, and can be so incredibly gratifying.”

Keep scrolling and visit Domanico’s website and Facebook page for a look at her beautiful series.

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16 Women Share Their ‘Perfect Imperfections’ In Mom’s Stunning Photo Series

Photographer Neely Ker-Fox knows what it’s like to struggle with body image issues during and after pregnancy. After giving birth to her second child, she had stretch marks and extra skin, as well as back problems that required physical therapy. “I no longer recognized my own body,” she told The Huffington Post.

Inspired by empowering photo projects like Ashlee Wells Jackson’s “4th Trimester Bodies”, Jade Beall’s “A Beautiful Body” and January Harshe’s #takebackpostpartum campaign, Ker-Fox decided to join in the dialogue that was taking place about women’s postpartum bodies.

“I was compelled to bring the same opportunities for women in my own community to have access to a chance to embrace their bodies, address their insecurities and hopefully feel empowered.” Ker-Fox created “Perfect Imperfections” — a photo series that featured friends and neighbors posing in a stripped down state and in many cases, with their children.

Ker-Fox said she wanted “to make these women see how beautiful they were, to truly do something empowering with their vulnerability and bravery.” She wrote a blog post about her hopes and goals for the project and then posted a callout on social media. The response was “overwhelming” and she received messages from about 30 women, 16 of whom she was able to photograph in the studio.

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To help her subjects feel empowered through the project, the photographer took some similarly raw photos of herself first. “I wanted to know how these women would feel on the other side of my camera,” she said. “I felt I couldn’t truly understand the feeling of being stripped down to such a vulnerable position without myself standing in their place.”

Believing that art and photography have the ability to heal, Ker-Fox was proud to help women of different ages and from different backgrounds work through their various struggles, from physical and emotional pain to fertility issues to postpartum challenges. She even photographed a little girl with spina bifida, whose mother wanted to give her a moment to truly shine. “This project is so much more than photos of stretch marks, or cellulite,” the photographer said. “It’s about women coming out of the shadows and discussing their everyday struggles in an effort to normalize, to empower, and to educate.”

Ultimately, she hopes that sharing these images will inspire future generations — especially her own children. “The more society is exposed to these real people, the more women will feel empowered to talk about postpartum, fertility issues, postpartum depression, bullying, and the more others can find peace in knowing they are not alone in their struggles,” she said. “At our core we simply need to know that we are not alone.”

For the photographer, creating this series has been a personal healing experience as well. “These lines, these battle scars of life, I will carry them with me until the day I die,” she said.

In the future, Ker-Fox would like to broaden “Perfect Imperfections” to include more women and girls of various backgrounds and experiences and eventually, even male subjects. “Obviously women are more apt to be the victim of body shaming, or the seemingly rampant epidemic of mommy wars. But we as humans all have insecurities and we are all scarred, imperfect and flawed in some way physically and emotionally,” she said.

Keep scrolling and visit Neely Ker-Fox’s website to see her images and learn more about the project.

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From Drunk Moms to Dead Butterflies, These #WeddingFails Will Make You Cringe

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In this week’s episode of Mom’s Movie Minute, we get the bottom line on Avengers: Age of Ultron.
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Here’s What Happens When Daughters Try On Their Mom’s Wedding Gown

As a mom, seeing your daughter wearing your wedding dress can bring on a range of emotions — tears of joy, nostalgia and quite a few laughs too.

That was certainly the case for the three mothers in a BuzzFeed video posted to YouTube on Friday. One of the dresses was dated (“I just feel like like this looks like the nightgown of a queen in the 1700s” one daughter said), one was ill-fitting (“I could just…bust the whole thing open,” another said). But the last one, a strapless ball gown, was the best fit of the bunch.

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“It was very emotional for me just to think that she might try on my dress,” the teary-eyed mom said. “It was just nerve-racking to think of this step in her life.”

See all of the mother-daughter reactions in the video above.

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Reese Witherspoon Has The ‘SNL’ Cast Apologize To Their Moms For Mother’s Day

We’ve all lied to our moms and put them through hell and back. But luckily Reese Witherspoon is around to remind us to apologize.

For the “Saturday Night Live” Mother’s Day episode, the “Wild” actress had each of the SNL cast members bring their mom on stage and apologize for that one awful thing they did.

From sneaking out on a date to peeing the bed (and then peeing all over the place after), there was a lot to say sorry for. But the moms got their revenge: embarrassing each of their kids on live television with old home videos.

Now go call your mom already.

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Moms In Need Get Clothing, Toiletries For Their Families Just In Time For Mother’s Day

Movers around the country are helping to get essential items to mothers in need, just in time for Mother’s Day.

Two Men and a Truck, a moving company, has been hosting annual donation drives across the U.S. for mothers at partnering women’s and family shelters as part of an initiative called “Movers for Moms.” The group is delivering the items, which will include clothing and toiletries, around Sunday.

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A Movers for Moms collection drive in Baltimore, Maryland.

One homeless mother who requested to be anonymous is currently staying at the Druid House in Baltimore, one of the shelters involved. She told HuffPost that the initiative is more than a nice gesture.

“Especially as mothers with children, we don’t want [our children] to see us struggling with the basic needs,” she said. “When somebody has made that effort to provide those things to you … it might seem like something so small but it really gets rid of some of the concern and the stresses.”

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Children at a collection drive.

A variety of organizations, schools and local businesses are working with Two Men and a Truck to contribute items or serve as donation drop-off locations, according to a representative of the company. Items donated can range from basic clothing like underwear or socks, to hygiene products such as toothpaste and soap. Last year, Movers for Moms donated 220,000 goods to mothers in need, a press release pointed out.

The Druid House resident told HuffPost that buying items like toothpaste and soap isn’t so simple for people in her position. She explained that because people at the shelter may have difficulty traveling to a convenience store, or have little income, some of these products are not as accessible as one may think.

“You’re thinking ‘How are you gonna get it” or ‘Where are you gonna get it?’ ‘How are you going to afford it?’ ‘How are you going to get to the store?'” she told HuffPost of the complications preventing her from purchasing necessities.

The resident told HuffPost that she’s grateful for the donations, and it’s a moving thought to know that people are willing to help her and others in need.

“When people work together to do those things, it really lets you know that somebody cares. And the children feel it too,” she said. “They are so happy and excited when they know somebody is caring about them, and sometimes you just need to know that.”

To learn more about the initiative, visit the Movers for Moms website here.

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Grateful for My Mom’s Legacy this Mother’s Day

As both a mom and a daughter whose mother has passed away, Mother’s Day is always a bittersweet time for me. While I enjoy being celebrated by my son and husband, I miss my mother dearly. Each day of my life her legacy and influence live on through my parenting, family traditions, cooking, education and style. So many of our viewers reach out to me asking about the necklaces I wear on my show. What they might not know is that my mother is the inspiration behind the statement necklaces I wear each day.

I have to wear a robe, but I still like to be a jazzy judge! I inherited my love of jewelry and interesting statement necklaces from my mom. My late mother was very stylish in an understated, classy way, but she loved wearing beautiful, interesting neckpieces. A bold necklace is a great way to create a stylish focal point for any kind of outfit.

I carry on my mother’s flair for fashion by wearing some of her pieces and designing almost all of the others. And, almost every piece I have worn on the show is a one-of-a-kind creation. For me, the necklaces hold a special meaning and are more than just a fashionable piece of jewelry. My necklaces not only remind me of my mother, they are a symbol and reflection of the colorful, bold, unique woman she raised me to be. All of the words of encouragement and affirmation concerning my necklaces has inspired me to create a line of necklaces and other statement pieces.

I hope you enjoy your Mother’s Day! I’d love to hear how you celebrate your mom or keep her legacy alive limitlessly.​

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Grateful for My Mom’s Legacy this Mother’s Day

As both a mom and a daughter whose mother has passed away, Mother’s Day is always a bittersweet time for me. While I enjoy being celebrated by my son and husband, I miss my mother dearly. Each day of my life her legacy and influence live on through my parenting, family traditions, cooking, education and style. So many of our viewers reach out to me asking about the necklaces I wear on my show. What they might not know is that my mother is the inspiration behind the statement necklaces I wear each day.

I have to wear a robe, but I still like to be a jazzy judge! I inherited my love of jewelry and interesting statement necklaces from my mom. My late mother was very stylish in an understated, classy way, but she loved wearing beautiful, interesting neckpieces. A bold necklace is a great way to create a stylish focal point for any kind of outfit.

I carry on my mother’s flair for fashion by wearing some of her pieces and designing almost all of the others. And, almost every piece I have worn on the show is a one-of-a-kind creation. For me, the necklaces hold a special meaning and are more than just a fashionable piece of jewelry. My necklaces not only remind me of my mother, they are a symbol and reflection of the colorful, bold, unique woman she raised me to be. All of the words of encouragement and affirmation concerning my necklaces has inspired me to create a line of necklaces and other statement pieces.

I hope you enjoy your Mother’s Day! I’d love to hear how you celebrate your mom or keep her legacy alive limitlessly.​

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Kids Have Their Moms Take Lie Detector Tests, And Honest To God It’s Hilarious

In this Mother’s Day video from Distractify, children hook up their moms to a lie detector and ask the most uncomfortable questions.

First and foremost, the kids want to know about the drugs … and the sex.

Answer truthfully, Mom, or I swear we’ll turn this car right around.

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15 Adorable BFF Moments Between Newlyweds And Their Moms

If you’ve been blessed with a mom who is also your bestie, there’s no better person to stand beside you on the big day.

With Mother’s Day in mind, we compiled 15 photos of brides and grooms having a total blast with their moms — goofing off, laughing and dancing the night away. Check out the love-filled moments below.

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In Honor Of Mother’s Day, A Look At The Moms Of Art History

Happy Mother’s Day!

Since — as they say — a picture’s worth a thousand words, we’d like to pay homage to every mom with a collection of artworks that put mothers on parade. Behold, the beautiful mommas of art history, from the woman who birthed Whistler to a Pieta to a massive sculpture of a spider dedicated to mamans everywhere.

For more on Mother’s Day, check out the essay “A Love Letter to My Mother, an Artist.”

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Moms Are ‘On Fleek’ In Hefty’s Hilarious New Ad Campaign

A new ad campaign from Hefty shines the spotlight on moms. But these aren’t regular moms, they’re cool moms.

At first glance, the parents featured in the series of ads embody the cardigan sweater-wearing, PTA president trope of motherhood, but when they speak, they whip out wild party stories full of today’s teen slang — from “bae,” “FOMO,” and “on fleek” to “hangry,” “cray” and “bye Felicia.”

“Traditionally mothers are cast in one light: wholesome caregivers for their children. But the reality is moms are much more complex and multifaceted,” Hefty Cups director of marketing Lynnette Hinch says in the press release for the ad campaign. “Their social networks are extremely important to them, and time spent with friends is often a welcome escape from the drudgery of daily life. We decided to activate that sense of fun, juxtaposing their routine tasks with recaps of epic ragers from the night before.”

And what a strange juxtaposition it is.

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Mom’s Movie Minutes – Insurgent

Is Insurgent too intense for your child? Janell Inez has the bottom line on this week’s Mom’s Movie Minute.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Cinderella

In this week’s episode of Mom’s Movie Minute telenovela star, Laura Flores, gives us the bottom line on Cinderella.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water

Tara McNamara has the bottom line on The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water in this week’s Mom’s Movie Minute.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Strange Magic

In this episode of Mom’s Movie Minute, Tara McNamara stretches her fairy wings and gives us the bottom line on Strange Magic.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb

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Mom’s Movie Minute – The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

Is The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies too intense for your child? Angela Hoover has the bottom line on this week’s Mom’s Movie Minute.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Into the Woods

Are your kids ready to go Into the Woods? Tara McNamara has the bottom line on this week’s Mom’s Movie Minute.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – The LEGO Movie

Our mom of the week, Angela Hoover (from America’s Got Talent) tells you what she and her family thought of The LEGO Movie.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Mr. Peabody & Sherman

Our mom of the week, Angela Hoover (from America’s Got Talent) tells you what she and her family thought of Mr. Peabody and Sherman
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Muppets Most Wanted

Our mom of the week, Angela Hoover (from America’s Got Talent) tells you what she and her family thought of Muppets Most Wanted.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Is Captain America: The Winter Soldier right for your child? Mom’s Movie Minute correspondent Tara McNamara gives her bottom line.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Heaven Is For Real

There’s lots of talk surrounding Heaven Is For Real. Is this movie right for your child? Our mom Angela Hoover gives you the Mom’s Movie Minute bottom line.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Is The Amazing Spider-Man 2 right for your child? Our mom Tara McNamara gives you the Mom’s Movie Minute bottom line.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Blended

There’s lots that oh, so right about the Adam Sandler comedy, Blended… even in the midst of some oh, so wrong moments! Tara McNamara breaks it down in the Mom’s Movie Minute Bottom Line.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Maleficent

Is Maleficent right for your child? Janell Inez breaks it down in the Mom’s Movie Minute Bottom Line.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – The Fault in Our Stars

Is The Fault In Our Stars right for your kids? Tara McNamara gives her ratings in the Mom’s Movie Minute Bottom Line.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – How to Train Your Dragon 2

Is How To Train Your Dragon 2 right for your child? Angela Hoover gives her ratings in the Mom’s Movie Minute bottom line.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Transformers: Age of Extinction

Your kids will probably want to see Transformers: Age Of Extinction. But is it right for your child? Angela Hoover gives you the Mom’s Movie Minute Bottom Line.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Earth to Echo

Is Earth to Echo right for your child? Janell Inez gives you the Mom’s Movie Minute Bottom Line.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Planes: Fire and Rescue

Should you fly into theaters to see Planes: Fire and Rescue? Angela Hoover gives you the bottom line in this episode of Mom’s Movie Minute.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Guardians of the Galaxy

Is Guardians of the Galaxy right for your child? Tara McNamara gives you the Mom’s Movie Minute Bottom Line.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – The Hunger Games: Mockingjay: Part 1

How intense is The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1? Tara McNamara gives us the run-down on Katniss’ latest adventure.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Penguins of Madagascar

Is The Penguins of Madagascar right for your family? Angela Hoover has the bottom line on this week’s Mom’s Movie Minute.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Annie

Will Annie make your kids laugh and sing? Tara McNamara gives us the bottom line on this week’s Mom’s Movie Minute.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Your kids will likely want to see Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. But is it right for your child? Angela Hoover has the Mom’s Movie Minute Bottom Line.
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Peter Pan Moms: We Won’t Grow Up

We Peter Pan Moms make up the first-generation of hot moms, MILFS and cougars — congratulations and condolences to us. Take, for example, the Facebook timeline. We Peter Pan Moms update our vanity avatars more often than we floss, alternating between a youthful headshot taken from above (always from above) and a peek at our latest ink. We channel our rock star within on the dance floor, at the karaoke mic and sometimes party a bit too much like it’s 1999. Make that 1989. Sun City has no idea what’s coming, but they better amp up their WiFi, add tattoo artist to their spas and start training their DJs.

Once a vanity reserved for celebrities, now the illusion of forever (lifted, rejuvenated, de-veined) young falls within reach of the masses. During their “hot mom” years, our grandmas wore modest dresses and stockings. Mom wore “mom jeans” because that’s how jeans came — high in the waist and ample in the hips. The only women in America getting routine plastic surgery lived in Beverly Hills or could afford to. As kids, we occasionally begged off of our mothers (and fathers) wardrobes, but they certainly didn’t beg off ours. Maybe — maybe — a classmate mentioned your mom as pretty, but MILF? An unthinkable moniker, and If anyone did think about it, they certainly did not celebrate it aloud. We called our friends’ parents Mr. and Mrs.; The line between parent and child, teen and adult, and those who should and should not wear mini-dresses seemed obvious. When Dirty Dancing came out, we certainly hadn’t seen our parents doing anything remotely like it at Auntie’s wedding.

I fear that Peter Pan Moms — as we joust with standards of hardbodies, wrinkle-free foreheads, full manes of no-greys (and nary-a-hair-elsewhere )– have created our own hawt purgatory, NeverNeverEVERLand. I foresee us as centenarians in NeverNeverEverLand, clenching our hot mom sashes and stilettos in arthritic joints, instead of gracefully handing them over to the next generation in exchange for Clark’s Wallabees and elastic waist pants.

Our grandmas couldn’t conceive of this NeverNeverEVER Land. Our moms fought too hard to be taken seriously to risk wearing pants that showed crack. Legs got shaved — maybe armpits — but if my crotch-height memories serve me correctly, our moms worried even less about their bikini lines than they did about the rubber swim caps suctioned to their natural salt-and-pepper hairdos. While sometimes I revel in my Peter Pan Mom rebellion of middle age, I also wonder how long I can keep it up. Instead of using our real life matriarchs as role models or adopting the Women’s Studies 101 ideals we once tormented our loved ones with around the dinner table, Peter Pan Mom desperately searches for ways to look less and less MOM.

My mom has always dressed and behaved with dignity and class (at least in public and so far as I know). She exercises for good health, not for hard abs (which neither she nor any prior generation sought, nor even found attractive). Growing up, I never heard her complain about her body, nor lament its aging. I hope that we Peter Pan Moms figure out how to marry our vanity with our aging bodies, obsess less over how our bodies look and shift our focus on to gratitude for how well they (hopefully) still work. I hope we learn to share the spotlight and know when the time comes to sit in the audience and clap when Tinkerbell publishes her first blog post. Most of all, I hope that we embrace the softness of our laps, while our Wendys Michaels and Johns still want to sit in them.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – When the Game Stands Tall

What life lessons can When The Game Stands Tall teach your child? Tara McNamara breaks it down.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Forrest Gump

Is the Oscar-winning Forrest Gump appropriate for a 13-year-old? Tara McNamara shares her experience in Mom’s Movie Minute.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Dolphin Tale 2

Mom of 2 Angela Hoover thinks Dolphin Tale 2 could make a splash with your family. Get the bottom line in this episode of Mom’s Movie Minute.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – The Maze Runner

Is The Maze Runner too intense for your child or teen? Janell Inez shares her experience on this episode of Mom’s Movie Minute.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – The Boxtrolls

They’re cute, they’re boxy and your kids will want to bring them home! Angela Hoover has the Bottom Line on The Boxtrolls.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Alexander and The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

You won’t have a bad day if you watch this episode of Mom’s Movie Minute on Alexander and The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – The Book of Life

Mexico’s Day of the Dead gets new life as Janell Inez breaks down The Book of Life in this episode of Mom’s Movie Minute!
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‘The Holidays’ Trailer Stars Moms In All Their Stressed-Out Glory

In honor of the upcoming Holiday-season mania, the funny ladies behind What’s Up Moms have put out a new “fake trailer” video.

Inspired by Scary Mommy’s Guide to Surviving the Holidays, “The Holidays” shows a Christmas sweater-clad mom tackling all the usual holiday season madness — gift-shopping rush, full parking lots, kitchen nightmares, ungrateful kids, Christmas card disasters, and so much more.

Still, the funny trailer ends on a slightly optimistic note. “Somehow, you’ll find a way to be merry.”

Fingers crossed.

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Here is our episode of Mom’s Movie Minute on Big Hero 6, with Telemundo journalist Maria Celeste Arraras.
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Funniest Parenting Tweets: What Moms And Dads Said On Twitter This Week

Kids may say the darndest things, but parents tweet about them in the funniest ways. So each week, we round up the most hilarious 140-character quips from moms and dads to spread the joy. Scroll down to read the latest batch and follow @HuffPostParents on Twitter for more!

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This week, we’re so happy to welcome guest curator, Melissa Sher, a Best Parenting Tweets veteran with a knack for humor who speaks the truth about parenthood on her blog, Mammalingo, and right here on HuffPost Parents. Read her selections below, and follow @HuffPostParents and @thismelissasher on Twitter for more!

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Moms, Human Or Not, Are Incredible! And These 6 Videos Prove It

Mothers are incredible. They do so much for their children. As if bringing them into this world wasn’t enough, they also love them, feed them, clean them and make sure they survive to adulthood. And it’s not just human mothers who dedicate themselves to their young. Here is a tribute to non-human mothers and all that they do!

Animal moms come in all shapes and sizes … and species. And they love their babies, despite any, er, apparent differences.

Take this mama cat, for example, who abducted three newly hatched ducklings on a farm in Ireland, not to eat them, as her owners feared, but instead to mother them! Read the rest of this incredible story here.

In the end, even cats and dogs know that our differences are only skin, or fur, deep, and a mother’s love overcomes all obstacles. Take Coco and Hope, for example. Hope, a Shih Tzu puppy, was rejected by her mother, but thankfully, a Siamese cat named Coco was willing to adopt the little dog. Read more about Hope and Coco here.

Mothers are there for their little ones from the first moment they open their eyes, just ask this polar bear mom. Read the full story here.

Let’s face it, moms put up with a lot. Thankfully, they endure rambunctious little ones with grace and patientce. Like this mom whose cubs can’t seem to give her a moment’s peace. Read more about the fuzzy family here.

Moms, even elephant moms, are always there to help their babies out of a tough spot. Read about this mama rescuing her calf here.

And, most importantly, we know that moms will do anything to protect their young. Take, Bella, the mama horse who literally stood between her baby, Butterscotch, and the flames and falling debris of the burning barn they were trapped in. It’s an incredible story, but then again, are we really surprised? Moms are AMAZING. Read their full story here.

Plus, check out this bonus video about the top 10 moms in the animal kingdom, and read the full story here.

Happy Mother’s Day to all you moms out there, human or otherwise!

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‘Moms Night Out’ Feels Like a Dated TV Sitcom

“Moms Night Out” is the kind of movie you feel you ought to like because it is so family friendly, and families have been crying out for ages for more “clean” movies. This one is definitely clean. Still watching it you wish it had just a little something extra that would make it more enjoyable. As is, it is a movie with some interesting/funny moments but it also has many moments that seem too frenetic and too preachy.

Sarah “Gray’s Anatomy” Drew plays Allyson, wife of Sean (Sean Astin) and mother to three small children. She loves her husband and her kids but for some reason she isn’t happy. Maybe it’s because her house is a mess and so is she. To lift herself up out of her dumps she agrees to a moms night out with her best friend Izzy (Andrea Logan White) and her pastor’s wife Sondra (Patricia Heaton).

Going out with the girls sounds simple enough but this “night” gets messed up fast. In a very short time Allyson’s van is stolen, her sister-in-law’s baby is missing, and her husband is on his way to the hospital. This all plays out in Lucy, Ethel, Desi and Fred fashion and it is confusing to say the least. It is also chaotic and bewildering.

Much of the fault of the failure of the film must be laid at the feet of Drew. As Allyson she just does not connect with the audience. She comes off as whiny and shrill. Even when she has her tender moments the audience is still not with her.

Countering her is Patricia Heaton. She has some of the brightest moments in the movie, but then that is as it should be. Heaton has been charming us for years; first on “Everybody Loves Raymond” and presently in “The Middle.” She has uncanny comic timing and draws us to her character from the first moment the audience sees her.

Outstanding in the male members of the cast is Robert Amaya as Marco, Izzy’s husband. Marco is a man on the verge of hysteria throughout the film. This leads him to act funny, talk funny and be funny. Also good is David Hunt (Heaton’s husband) who plays the cabbie the women hail to take them on their adventures. Though his is not a big role Hunt takes advantage of every scene he has to make an impression.

The movie is rated PG for some mild action sequences.

If you are looking for a comedy that is not deluged with profanity and sexual innuendoes then you have found your movie. You can safely take your mother or even your grandmother to see it and not be embarrassed in the least. But if you are looking for a sharp comedy that thoroughly entertains then this is not it. “Moms Night Out” plays like a TV sitcom from a few years ago. It feels dated and in this case that is not a good thing.

I scored “Moms Night Out” a homebound 5 out of 10.
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The Survival Guide for Rookie Moms: Things you need to know that no one ever tells you

The Survival Guide for Rookie Moms: Things you need to know that no one ever tells you


Finally – SOMEONE spills the dark and dirty beans about what it is really like to survive that first incredible year of motherhood. Filled with real tips from real parents, and based on their successful mommy blog – survival4moms.com,  Erica Wells and Lorraine Regel answer all the questions you have been trying to get answered, AND all of the questions you didn''t know you should be asking.Having a baby is easily the biggest lifestyle change you''ll ever experience. It can be like entering a whole new world, without a map, guidebook or phrasebook. Erica Wells and Lorraine Regel experienced this first hand, and though they''d read their share of encyclopedic baby books, nothing compared to the support and humor they found among their ''Mommy'' friends. These comrades provided a whole lot more truthful and helpful information for getting through the first year than what was in the typical baby book, and The Survival Guide for Rookie Moms shares these tips so that you won''t find yourself saying I never knew!I wish he had known…babies born to darker skinned parents often start life as fair skinned, said a midwife after having to diffuse the commotion in her delivery room caused by an African- American dad when confronted with his white baby.With each chapter dedicated to a specific part of the body, this distinct guide is practical and effortless to use. Just flip to one of the baby zone or mommy zone chapters (yes, half of this book is devoted to you, your body, and your mommy issues!) and you''ll zoom in on practical tips, expert advice, and the insight and experiences of hundreds of other real moms.By helping you quickly focus in on the possible trouble zones, The Survival Guide for Rookie Moms will arm you with the real truth as you enter ''Baby World,'' making navigation in this strange land a whole lot more fun!
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‘Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club’ Box Office Falls Short

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Street racers couldn’t catch a time-traveling dog and his son at the multiplex this weekend.

Though Disney’s “Need for Speed” was expected to take the No. 1 position at the box office, DreamWorks’ “Mr. Peabody & Sherman” took the lead, with the action film in third place. The animated movie, about the adventures of a genius dog and the human son he adopted, earned $ 21.2 million, according to studio estimates released Sunday. Debuting last weekend at No. 2, the 3-D kiddie-jaunt features voices from “Modern Family” stars Ty Burrell and Ariel Winter.

“Our midweek numbers were very strong, indicating good and positive word of mouth,” said Chris Aronson, president of domestic distribution at Twentieth Century Fox. “If anything, this is exceeding (expectations). It’s a combination of likable characters and it’s a nostalgia play for those who are familiar with the show.”

Mr. Peabody and Sherman first appeared in the 1950s and early 1960s on “Peabody’s Improbable History,” a segment within the animated television series “Rocky and His Friends” and later “The Bullwinkle Show.”

“The family marketplace is giving every other genre a run for its money,” said Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst for box-office tracker Rentrak. “But the St. Patrick’s Day effect could be at play here, where families had to exercise their options at the theater rather than the pub. That may have paid off for ‘Mr. Peabody.'”

Meanwhile, analysts predicted that “Need for Speed,” based on the popular EA Entertainment video game and starring “Breaking Bad” alum Aaron Paul, would come in at No. 1 this weekend. But with $ 17.8 million, it arrived at No. 3 in the U.S. But the movie raced to the top of the international box office, bringing in $ 45.6 million.

Warner Bros.’ warrior drama “300: Rise of an Empire,” the 3-D sequel to 2007’s “300,” dropped to second place, with $ 19.1 million, after debuting at No. 1 last weekend. Though its opening haul of $ 45.1 million pales in comparison to the original, which debuted with $ 70.9 million, “Rise of an Empire” has earned more than $ 78 million since its debut.

Tyler Perry’s “The Single Moms Club,” starring Nia Long and Amy Smart, opened with $ 8.3 million at No. 5.

“This is one of Tyler Perry’s lowest debuts ever, but he cranks out hits every year for almost decade,” Dergarabedian said. “He’s allowed a couple of missteps every once in a while.”

Leading the year’s early trend of films about religion, Fox’s “Son of God” grossed $ 5.4 million in its third weekend. After opening at No. 2 with $ 26.5 million, it dropped to No. 5 in its second week, earning $ 10 million. Its performance may indicate that religious stories aren’t holding up at box office. Plus “Son of God,” starring Diogo Morgado, lacks star power.

However, other upcoming films with a biblical thread feature leading men who are more likely to get viewers to theaters. “Noah,” out March 28, stars Russell Crowe. And later this year, in the Ridley Scott-directed “Exodus,” we’ll see Christian Bale as Moses.

Playing in only 66 theaters, Wes Anderson’s “Grand Budapest Hotel” landed at No. 8 with $ 3.6 million. When it opened last weekend, the stylish comedy showed on just four screens in New York and Los Angeles. Still, it impressed with $ 200,000.

Rounding out the top 10 is the Kristen Bell-starring cult-TV-show-turned-feature “Veronica Mars.” Its $ 2 million debut was impressive considering the film’s funding came from a crowdsourcing campaign, the first high-profile project to do so.

Also opening this weekend was Jason Bateman’s directorial debut “Bad Words.” Showing in only New York and Los Angeles, the comedy earned $ 120,000, one of the biggest per theater averages of the weekend, with $ 20,000 per movie house.

Sci-fi action movie “Divergent,” based on the Veronica Roth’s young adult novel and starring Shailene Woodley, Theo James and Kate Winslet, stands to knock every other film a place or two down when it debuts next weekend.

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Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to Rentrak. Where available, latest international numbers are also included. Final domestic figures will be released Tuesday.

1. “Mr. Peabody & Sherman,” $ 21.2 million ($ 15.3 million international).

2. “300: Rise of an Empire,” $ 19.1 million ($ 41.3 million international).

3. “Need for Speed,” $ 17.8 million ($ 45.6 million international).

4. “Non-Stop,” $ 10.6 million ($ 12.5 million international).

5. “The Single Moms Club,” $ 8.3 million.

6. “The Lego Movie,” $ 7.7 million ($ 4.7 million international).

7. “Son of God,” $ 5.4 million.

8. “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” $ 3.6 million ($ 6.7 million international).

9. “Frozen,” $ 2.1 million ($ 10.4 million international).

10. “Veronica Mars,” $ 2 million.

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Estimated weekend ticket sales Friday through Sunday at international theaters (excluding the U.S. and Canada) for films distributed overseas by Hollywood studios, according to Rentrak:

1. “Need for Speed,” $ 45.6 million.

2. “300: Rise of an Empire,” $ 41.3 million.

3. “Mr. Peabody & Sherman,” $ 15.3 million.

4. “Non-Stop,” $ 12.5 million.

5. “Frozen,” $ 10.4 million.

6. “The Monuments Men,” $ 8.2 million.

7. “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” $ 6.7 million.

8. “12 Years a Slave,” $ 5.9 million.

9. “RoboCop,” $ 5.5 million.

10. “The Lego Movie,” $ 4.7 million.

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Universal and Focus are owned by NBC Universal, a unit of Comcast Corp.; Sony, Columbia, Sony Screen Gems and Sony Pictures Classics are units of Sony Corp.; Paramount is owned by Viacom Inc.; Disney, Pixar and Marvel are owned by The Walt Disney Co.; Miramax is owned by Filmyard Holdings LLC; 20th Century Fox and Fox Searchlight are owned by 21st Century Fox; Warner Bros. and New Line are units of Time Warner Inc.; MGM is owned by a group of former creditors including Highland Capital, Anchorage Advisors and Carl Icahn; Lionsgate is owned by Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.; IFC is owned by AMC Networks Inc.; Rogue is owned by Relativity Media LLC.

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Calling All Single Moms for a 2-Week Oprah’s Lifeclass Special Event – Oprah Winfrey Network

It’s a two-week Oprah’s Lifeclass special event!

On Friday, February 28, Oprah and Iyanla Vanzant are joined by actress Nia Long (The Single Moms Club) as they welcome an audience filled with single mothers for a no-holds-barred discussion about the most pressing issues facing single moms today. Tune in at 9/8c.

Then, on Friday, March 7, the conversation continues. Oprah and Iyanla Vanzant sit down with celebrity guests Tyler Perry (The Single Moms Club) and Kym Whitley (Raising Whitley) to talk about the number one topic most single mothers want to discuss: dating! Watch at 9/8c—only on OWN.

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Pam and JaVale’s relationship has been rocky since JaVale has been wanting to spend less time with his mom. Things could get even rockier when Pam discovers that JaVale is throwing a house party without even letting her know.

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Pam and her good friend, Monique, are both single and ready to start dating again. They come up with a secret girlfriend code in case their double date goes all wrong—or all right!

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What was supposed to be a relaxing trip to the barber shop turns into a nightmare when Pam won’t stop calling Jay’s cell phone. Pam is unknowingly ruining Jay’s day off all because she can’t find her car keys.

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Pam has been feeling down lately so she goes to visit the family dogs at their doggy hotel. These two lucky pups have their own room complete with a platform bed, wall art and a flatscreen tv!

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Sandra Bullock’s Reaction To An Oscar Nod Is One That All Moms Will Definitely Understand

Being nominated for an Academy Award is, obviously, a huge honor that puts actors and actresses on a whole new level professionally. But, when you’re also a parent, Oscar doesn’t change much.

Sandra Bullock told the New York Times, in reference to her Best Actress nomination for “Gravity”:

“I don’t think it ever stops being an absolute thrill, but I do have an immediate leveler… I still have to get up and make lunch for a little person, and pray — please, dear God — that he eats something I put in his lunchbox today.”

Bullock adopted Louis Bardo Bullock in January, 2010 — just two months before winning her first Oscar for Best Actress in “The Blind Side.” Soon after, she told People about life as a mom: “You wake up, you feed, you burp, you play, you do laundry … I’m still in that stage where I’m just amazed with him and at life.”

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