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From "kiss" feeding and placenta eating to 4 a.m. breastfeeding wake-up calls, don't miss these parenting must-reads from around the web.
Alicia Silverstone is a Mama Bird
Okay, sure -- it's hard to wean your baby off his nighttime baba (you enjoy the cuddle session as much as he does!) and you wish you could baby him forever -- but would you ever chew his food for him? Alicia Silverstone gushed about her son Bear's appetite for pre-chewed meals -- straight from her mouth. Some call it "kiss feeding." We call it icky. (Maybe she should have named him Bird instead of Bear?) Watch the video here.
Are Charlize and Baby Jackson Planning a Trip?
After keeping her adoption plans top secret, Charlize Theron revealed her new son, Jackson last week. Now, she’s already out and about with her four-month-old, apparently preparing to turn him into a little jetsetter: she was spotted at the post office in Los Angeles getting little Jack a passport. Where will he travel first? Celebrity Baby Scoop reports. (And PS, Charlize -- here are some tips for traveling with baby!)
Hilary Duff Is Adjusting to Motherhood
This week new mom Hilary Duff tweeted: “4 a.m…sleepy eyed, feeding baby…whew this job is no joke!” We couldn’t have said it better. Since her week-old son Luca’s arrival, she’s been gushing via Twitter about the happy -- and hard -- parts of being a mom. Maybe she should try January Jones' energy booster: placenta pills! People reports.
Awkward -- and Hilarious -- Easter Bunnies
Who decided it was a great idea to let kids sit on a scary, life-size bunny? Every year overly optimistic parents attempt a pic with the Easter Bunny with diasterous results. Check out these awkward, yet totally funny pictures of kids (rightfully) scared of the Easter Bunny. And for something less terrifying, don’t miss these awesome and creative ways to decorate Easter eggs.
So Inspiring: Interview With Hero Mom
Our hearts went out to Stephanie Decker, the mom who lost both her legs while protecting her kids from the destructive tornado that hit Indiana earlier this month. We would give anything to keep our kids safe, and we’re so inspired by Decker’s road to rehabilitation. Check out her recovery process on TODAY Moms and watch the clip below.