According to the National Retail Federation, Americans are expected to spend $13 billion on Father’s Day this year. It seems like a lot, but it is just a fraction of the $21 billion we were expected to spend on Mother’s Day.
A popular Twin Cities based women’s clothing store has a new name. The sign makes it official: “Hot Mama” is now “Evereve.” The founder decided to make the change because too many people thought it was a maternity store.
You’ve likely seen paddleboards gliding across Lake Minnetonka or Lake Calhoun, and maybe you’ve even given it a try yourself. But if you still have yet to try out your stand-up paddleboarding legs, this summer may be the time to do it.
After decades of women entering the workforce, more and more mothers are now staying home with their children. According to a new Pew Research Center report, 29 percent of moms stayed at home in 2012, up from a low of 23 percent in 1999.
A stroller brigade rolled through Capitol Hill Tuesday, as mothers called on Congress to reform the nation’s chemical laws.
A new study shows a jump in the number of moms who say they want to work full-time.
In a gripping interview this morning, the mothers of the teen girls who followed through on a suicide pact appeared and talked about how they’re handling the tragedy. Check out the video.
A 10-year University of Minnesota study of young people’s health found that young adult mothers have higher body mass indexes and poorer diets than young adult women without children.