Middle Aged Children— What age is middle aged for children and how do we prepare to parent bigger kids?

Babies are hard but middle aged children may be the hardest yet. So what is a middle aged child and what as parents can we do to guide them?

I Was NEVER Going to Have Kids. My Dating Profile Said So.

Why this middle school teacher thought her students were enough, until an accidental pregnancy changed everything.

Pride as Parents: New Dad David Reed Has a Message for Gay Couples Who Want to Be Parents

Same-sex couple David and Chris Reed welcomed home their daughter Olive Grace this spring. Finding a surrogate and egg donor was a lot like online dating for them.

Pride as Parents: Trans Dad Trystan Reese Talks Pregnancy, Breastfeeding and His Private Feeding Journey

This dad shares why he and his partner kept their feeding journey a secret long after their pregnancy.

Black Doulas: Combating Racial Health Disparities and Complicated Feeding Stigmas

by Nicole Carr, Milk-Drunk Contributor and Mom of Three Tracie Collins’ purpose and life’s work is rooted in the gift of life. In two decades as a  doula and mid-wife, she’s the first to tell you’re called to the work. It chooses you. You don’t choose it. With more than 1500 births under her belt,

Workplace Wins: The Five Best Places to Work if You’re a New or Expectant Parent (and How Other Businesses Can Learn From Them)

by Kama O’Connor, Milk Drunk Contributor New and expectant parents have so much to consider as they welcome a new little one to their world: hospital or home birth; doula or midwife (or neither); breastmilk or formula (or both); how (or if) to sleep train; when (or if) to go back to work.  The last

Confessions of a Working Mom: Q&A with Christine Michel Carter

by Aliza Friedlander, mom to two and Milk Drunk Contributor When Christine Michel Carter’s morning alarm goes off, it’s go-time, beginning each morning trying to get her kids up and out for school. And on weekdays when her kids have a classroom party or recital, you can bet Christine will be in the audience. That’s