St. Paul Mothers Share Wisdom To Beat Summer HeatEven under these clouds, kids came out for their swim lessons, and of course, jumping in the pool is a reliable way to keep cool.
How Much Is A Mother's Work Worth?Heather Brown found a lot answers, but none of them is easy.
Good Question: Why Are Women Waiting Longer To Have Kids?A report released by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on Thursday finds women are waiting longer to have children.
Good Question: Why Do We Spend Less Money On Father's Day?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.
'Hot Mama' Officially Becomes 'Evereve'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.
Busy Moms Finding Zen On Paddleboards 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.
Good Question: Why Are More Moms Staying Home?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.
Moms Demand Reform Of Chemical Laws A stroller brigade rolled through Capitol Hill Tuesday, as mothers called on Congress to reform the nation's chemical laws.
Study: More Moms Want To Work Full-TimeA new study shows a jump in the number of moms who say they want to work full-time.
Study: Young Moms Struggle To Eat Healthy, Exercise 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.