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Forget the matchy-match nursery and face cloths. This time round, I have a freezer full of food (and crotchsicles); comfy clothes and nipple cream; a babysitter for my preschooler and a lot of support for my family

By Megan Powell

Hey, People magazine, well done accepting that a 50-year-old woman is beautiful. But if we're truly celebrating REAL beauty, Today's Parent takes a long way in the right direction, and Amy Schumer shows us how far we have yet to go

By Sonia Verma
National Editor

We picnic a lot, and thanks to GLAD containers, the condiment-hating kid and the dipper of all things can both have exactly what they want, without stressing me out

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National Editor

In the age of sexting and social media, the better we teach our kids, the better equipped they'll be to make good choices. But really, an updated sex-ed curriculum should just continue a dialogue that starts with us at home

By Louise Gleeson

Outraged by the style and content of an abstinence-heavy lesson, a Michigan professor takes to Twitter. Her experience seems extra relevant to Ontarians, whose children will soon be taught a revised sex-ed curriculum

By Sonia Verma

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