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From a daring rescue of a mother and her son in a subway station to the secret mentality of preschoolers, don't miss these parenting links we love from around the web.
Shopping Spree Buddy
Being a busy mom won't keep this celeb out of style! New Hollywood mama Hilary Duff was spotted shopping in Santa Monica with the world's cutest accessory -- her 5-month-old son, Luca Cruz. Check out the adorable photos that were snapped of the romper-clad baby boy (aww!) on Celebrity Baby Scoop.
Love for the Bump
Are you a mom-to-be with a baby bump that you adore? (Uh, you better be because you're adorable!) Thanks to the bump-lovin' mom of (almost) four Tori Spelling, TODAY Moms is inspiring mamas everywhere to bare their bumps and be proud of their bodies (amen!). Check out the photos (and maybe add one of your own) here. (And for photos you've gotta take while you're pregnant, check this out.)
Look Before You Leap
This may be the scariest video we've ever (ever!) seen: a mother and her 4-year-old son enter a subway platform... and fall onto the tracks (omg!). But there's good news: people didn't even hesitate before jumping in to help, turning a possible tragedy into a feel-good story. Check out the video on The Stir.
Some may call it cheesy, but let's just admit it -- mommy-daughter matching is pretty darn cute sometimes. Nicole Richie obviously agrees! People.com recently ran a photo of the star and her daughter Harlow donning the same hairstyle -- Richie's signature topknot bun. For more sweet ideas for what to do with your little girl's hair, check out our awesome ideas and how-to's here.
Celebrity Baby Blues
If you've suffered from postpartum depression, you're so not alone. Singer Alanis Morissette came forward this week about her experiences with the baby blues after the birth of her son, Ever Imre. iVillage reports on how the brave mama wants to aid other women in their battles against depression. Check out other celebrity moms who have struggled with the condition here.
"Who Taught You to Climb Out of the Pack-and-Play?"
What's scarier than a baby reaching the toddler stage? Multiple toddlers being in the toddler stage. This mom on the Huffington Post recalls a summer visit her tot had with kids her same age -- and just how crazy kids can act when they're in packs. (And in case your little girl encounters some not-so-friendly girls in packs, check out our guide on how to deal with mean girls.)