When Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge finally made his long-anticipated debut in July, there was no mistaking this was a royal arriving in the age of social media. The good news quickly spread across Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Instagram.
Mitt! You're confusing everybody again. Which is true, Mitt? What you said about "all moms being working moms" or that "non-working moms have indolent, unproductive children"? If all moms are working moms, how can there be "non-working" moms?
Well thank goodness Mitt Romney explained it to us. Me? I was all confused. But now I see it all as clear as day.
Being a Mom when you have a wealthy hubby? That's work! Being a Mom when you are on welfare? That's NOT work!
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Author Susie Moloney is a renowned author of horror fiction. Small-town Canadiana infuses every inch of her work, which has garnered praise from critics and the notice of major Hollywood players.
Laura Glynn of Chapman Univ. and Curt Sandman of the Univ. of California have reviewed studies on the effect of pregnancy on women's brains. Glynn says the studies help fill up “a gap in our understanding of this critical stage of women’s lives.”
Researchers have shown how motherhood changes the brain, leading to new behaviors. Scientists say they have known motherhood alters the brain, but until now they weren’t certain what impact the changes had on mothering.
In a Mexico City prison, beyond the barbed wire, iron gates, and armed guards dressed in black colored commando gear lies something different: a children’s nursery with brightly colored walls, toys, and a jungle gym.