The Mom Report: September 5, 2018

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Mom life is hard enough. We already feel guilty about EVERYTHING and we're doing our best! The last thing on Earth we need is other people judging us and telling us how to raise our children.

Initially I wanted to have a little fun with all of this crazy mom-shaming business, but after hundreds of women shared their craziest mom-shaming moments with The Mom Report, I was shocked at how cruel and ridiculous people can be to moms. 

Here are some of the craziest things moms say they were mom-shamed for... [READ MORE]


Nothing soothes the soul or a summer cold like a hot bowl of soup. A nasty cold made it’s way though our house last week and while this soup didn’t magically heal us, it was delicious and comforting at a time when life was anything but. Corn is in season right now and this Cajun Corn Chowder by Ali Martin of Gimme Some Oven is the perfect recipe for an easy and healthy comfort meal!


The American Academy of Pediatrics has issued new guidelines for rear-facing car seats. They say children should remain in rear-facing seats until they reach the maximum weight or height allowed by their seat, which is a departure from their previous recommendation that children remain rear-facing until age 2. This change means some children should remain rear-facing well past age 2.

recall: Children's advil

A recall has been issued for 4oz bottles of Children’s Advil Suspension Bubble Gum Flavor because the dosage cup measurements don’t match the measurements on the bottle, which could lead to a possible overdose.

formula tampering

Enfamil powdered baby formula has been pulled from CVS stores nationwide after a Florida mom says her container was full of all-purpose flour instead of formula.

tracking teens

It’s easier than ever to track your teen’s every move, but should you do it? CBS This Morning had an enlightening conversation with an expert about the hot topic and has some great information for all parents.

drowning dangers

Bode and Morgan Miller are working hard to educate parents on the dangers of drowning after the recent loss of their little girl in a terrible accident. It’s gut wrenching for any parent to think about, but important to be reminded of how vigilant we all must be around water.


Learning to tie shoes can be challenging for the kiddos, so here is a neat technique that can make the tricky task a little easier.



This video of a little girl finding out she is going to be adopted by her foster family will melt your heart. Making the story even sweeter, this couple is also adopting her biological brother and sister.


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