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Woman who believed she was going through menopause gives birth to baby girl

A Massachusetts woman who wrongly believed changes occurring to her body were due to menopause was shocked to learn that she was actually pregnant with her first child.<p>Judy Brown, 47, went to Beverly Hospital emergency room with severe abdominal pains Wednesday, WCVB5 reported. Doctors examining …

To the Mom Who Forgot Her Worth

It's so easy to forget our worth and to just feel like we want to quit.<p><i>You've got this.</i><p>That's what I needed to hear.<p>Oh my, that's what I needed to hear.<p>I wanted to be seen.<p>To be reminded that somehow motherhood is this brave thing.<p>To be told that, in spite of those kids who yell <i>I hate you</i> because I …

Motherhood

16 New Books to Read This September

September is all about fresh starts, and if you’re looking for life advice, this month’s book picks are full of it. Whether you want it with a dose of humor (Mindy Kaling), from someone who is living the dream (Elizabeth Gilbert) or from a fictional character who totally gets you, there’s at least …

Books

Tackle the toughest stains: 5 secret cleaning products you already own

<i>Meaghan Murphy from Good Housekeeping magazine is sharing what household products are waiting in the wings to help you tackle the toughest stains.</i><p><b>Use baking soda for that dirty roasting pan</b><p>Still scrubbing that roasting pan’s burnt bits from last night’s dinner? Reach for the baking soda and get …

Eco-Friendly Burial Pods Will Turn Your Loved Ones into Trees

Instead of the typical coffin burial, Italian designers Anna Citelli and Raoul Bretzel developed an eco-friendly alternative. It's called <i>Capsula Mundi</i>, and it uses egg-shaped pods that hold a deceased human body for burial. Each capsule will turn into nutrients for a tree that will grow out of the …