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From a super sweet photo of Jay-Z and Blue Ivy to a baby who experiences every emotion in a minute, don't miss these must-read parenting links from around the web.
Jessica Simpson's Totally Realistic Post-Baby Attitude
We'll admit it -- we're envious (and amazed!) by those celebs who lose the baby weight like, overnight. (Remember when Heidi Klum marched the Victoria's Secret fashion show six weeks after giving birth? Wow!) That's why we love Jessica Simpson's totally honest confession that it's not always easy to shed the pounds. Read more on People about how she's working hard to get it off. And for the inside scoop on what stays the same and what changes about your body after baby, read this.
Cutest Dad of the Week: Jay-Z
As if this sweet photo of new dad Jay-Z holding Blue Ivy wasn't cute enough, his hopes for his girl are even sweeter. In a recent interview with The New York Times, he said: "She doesn't have to be tough. She just has to love herself, she has to know who she is, she has to be respectful, and be a moral person." We couldn’t have said it better ourselves! Celebrity Baby Scoop has the full story (and more photos!) here.
A Mom Potty Trains Her Twins at a Restaurant Table
File this under something you thought you'd never read (and you're glad you didn't see!): A Utah mom practiced potty training her twin girls by undressing them and sitting them on portable potties at the dinner table. In a restaurant. Read more about this shocking story and more parenting scandals here. (And if you want some more, um, practical potty training advice, read these parent-tested tips.)
What Suri Cruise Really Thinks About Her Parents' Divorce
For years now, we've loved reading Suri's Burn Book -- a clever blogger's take on TomKat family news. But when Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes split, everything changed for Burn Book's blogger. Read about how she started being a little less snarky and little more sympathetic on The Huffington Post. And for what we wish we knew about divorce, see this.
A Baby's Many Faces
When your baby is first born, you can't (and don't want to!) stop watching and documenting her every move. That's why we love this short, sweet video of a baby going through every single emotion possible. Watch it on The TODAY Moms or below.