Links We Love: Vanessa Lachey's Biggest (and Weirdest) Pregnancy Fear, 50 Parenting Lessons You Don't Want to Learn the Hard Way and More!

From Vanessa Lachey's biggest (and weirdest) pregnancy fear to the 50 parenting lessons you don't want to learn the hard way, don't miss these must-read parenting links from around the web!

Beware of the Belly Button
Vanessa Lachey doesn't have the normal body-changing pregnancy fears (Um, stretch marks? Swollen ankles? Water weight?). While she loves being pregnant and adores showing off her bump (hello beautiful sunset photo!), she is only afraid of one thing: her belly button. Read more about her quirky pregnancy concern on People.

Celeb Summer Vacays
From the wilderness of Alaska to the balmy beaches of Hawaii, celeb moms like Tori Spelling, Denise Richards and Jewel dish on their most memorable summer activities and vacations. Some of them might even surprise you (yearly road trips to Vegas, anyone?) -- read them all on Celebrity Baby Scoop. Trying to figure out what to do with your kids this summer? Check out our free (or almost free) ideas here!

Funny Lessons from Scary Mommy
Sometimes it can be tough to know if baby loves you and you may even think you’re a bad mom -- but don't worry, you're not. You're just learning like every other mom (trust us!). Blogger Scary Mommy shares 50 parenting lessons she learned the hard way.

To Be or Not To Be…Naked
As moms, we are no strangers to nudity -- changing diapers multiple times a day keeps us well acquainted. So we know that you see your kid naked…but does he see you in the nude? It does for this bold mama! One blogger on the Huffington Post tells why she is totally cool being naked in front of her 4-year-old son. What do you think? Likes or yikes?

"You Can Pick Your Friends, But You Can’t Pick Your Nose"
Kids really do say the darndest things, don't they? Mommy blogger Ellen Seidman certainly thinks so -- and she has the proof to back it up. When her kids came home with an unexpectedly humorous assignment from their teacher, she couldn't help but share. Check out the not-so-classic sayings these first graders wrote on Love That Max. Spoiler alert: the endings have quite a twist.

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