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From another interesting Snooki-stoller-outing to how having sex can (maybe) cure morning sickness, we've gathered the best parenting links from around the web!
Celebrity Photo Shoot
Wondering what the celebs have been up to this week? We've got the answer: They've been hanging out with their kids! From an Affleck family outing and a glimpse of Jennifer Lopez at the beach with her daughter to Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi pushing a stroller…full of beer, Celebrity Baby Scoop has got a gallery full of fun photos of celebrity parents doing what they enjoy most.
The Best Cure for Morning Sickness
Finally, an end to the nausea that plagues many moms-to-be during that first trimester…and it's the same thing that got you pregnant in the first place! (Yes, we're talking about sperm!) A report on Slate is speculating that more, ah, "exposure" to your partner's sperm may be just the solution you've been looking for. Hopefully those frisky pregnancy hormones have kicked in, but if not, read up on other ways to beat morning sickness.
Breastfeeding On (Reality) TV
Earlier this week, People shared some good news: Pink's daughter Willow isn't a biter! The rock star mom still nurses her 13-month-old , and she's not alone -- there are plenty of moms who nurse much older toddlers (Kelly Preston is one), and they're about to join the ranks of reality TV stars. According to The Frisky, the company that brought us Dance Moms is about to bring us moms-who-breastfeed-older-children. Read more about the upcoming show here, and read all about the things no one tells you about breastfeeding here.
15-Year-Olds Go to Brazil...Sorta
Bikini waxes are a mom's best friend -- no fuss, no muss and best of all, no extra shower time spent shaving. But what's a mom to do when waxing becomes a fad with her tween daughter? A Florida waxing salon advertised "celebrating independence" by offering a discount to girls under the tender age of 15. Check out the controversy it sparked on iVillage’s Facebook page, and read more about the "discount" on TODAY Moms.
"Pretty Woman, Walking Down the Street…"
We've heard the biological theory: During ovulation, we're attracted to very manly men, and during other parts of our cycle, we may be more attracted to softer, more feminine-looking guys. But it turns out that guys are biologically tuned in to our cycle, too! Holly Baby has the scoop about how your fertility affects everything from how you walk to who hits on you.