Ashley Graham is among a host of pregnant celebrities who have embraced their evolving bodies, sharing it on social media to inspire a more normalized journey to motherhood.
Zola says that the Hallmark Channel pulled its commercial with a lesbian kiss after One Million Moms group called for a boycott.
Shay Mitchell is being praised for normalizing breastfeeding after posting a "powerful" new photo to Instagram.
Beauty queen, who was stripped of her title as Miss Ukraine for not disclosing she is a mother on her application and disqualified from competing in Miss World, is suing pageant organizers.
Denise Albert has been through a lot in a short amount of time, including breast cancer. So she decided to treat herself to a dream trip, buying a one-way ticket to Europe with 19 strangers.
Ashley Graham got emotional while recounting the time she posted an unedited photo of her pregnant body to Instagram.
Mom Amanda Locklear was told to use a supply closet when she need to pump breast milk while on jury duty. She is speaking out and shedding light on a problem that many breastfeeding moms across the U.S. are facing.
A California mom of four wears a different homemade Halloween costume every day of October to pick up her children from school, much to the delight of their classmates.
Courtney Kube was breaking news on MSNBC when her 4-year-old son interrupted the live broadcast — and people are loving the relatable working mom moment.
A Kentucky State Trooper is receiving praise for his kind gesture toward a mom of three.
After walking an hour to work and back, a single mom was surprised with a new car thanks to her KFC Foundations and her manager.
The boy's mom says her son, who has autism and an autoimmune disorder, was "disgusted" by his desk being placed in the bathroom.
Thousands of fans, including moms, applauded HGTV's Christina Anstead for sharing a photo of what mom life really looks like.
A mother of two surprised her 6-year-old daughter at her school bus stop by rocking an inflatable unicorn costume.
The pregnant Denver teacher had no choice but to lie down on the sidewalk in front of school.
A new Instagram account called Brown Skin Matters, started by a mom, helps families of color identify pediatric skin conditions — and possibly save lives.
Shaketha Marion McGregor held interviews for kitchen manager, lead house keeper and laundry supervisor for her kids to begin earning their allowances.