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Sarah Cottrell


Maine, United States

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Past articles by Sarah:

Mom Counts Down to Halloween with Sweet Letter-Board Themed Photo Series

Emily McAllister, of the blog Chasing McAllisters, is counting down the days until Halloween with costumed photo shoots along with her kids. → Read More

Clever 9-Year-Old Asks Tooth Fairy to "Take a Selfie" to Prove She's Real

Florida TV reporter Kristen Hewitt is sharing a hilarious letter her 9-year-old daughter wrote the tooth fairy, asking that she take a selfie to prove her existence. → Read More

‘Toy Story’ Dad Creates Disney-Inspired Costumes for His Toddler That Are All Sorts of Cute

Tucker Bohman, who goes by @ToyStoryDad on Instagram, uses his love of Disney (especially Toy Story) to inspire DIY costumes for his toddler son, Beckham — and is catching viral fame for it. → Read More

"Tutu Girls" Who Bonded While Battling Cancer Reunite in Touching Photo After Ending Chemo

Chloe Grimes, Ava Luciano, McKinley Moore, and Lauren Glynn became friends while undergoing pediatric cancer treatment at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida. Recently, they recreated a photo they took back in 2016, now that they're cancer-free. → Read More

The Divorce Rate Is Finally Declining — and We Have Millennials to Thank for That

According to a new study titled, "The Coming Divorce Decline" — authored by Philip N. Cohen at the University of Maryland, College Park — millennials are less likely to divorce than previous generations. → Read More

Dad Reacts After Student Asks His Wife How Many Times She’s Going to Wear "That" Outfit

Clint Edwards, author of 'I'm Sorry ... Love, Your Husband,' and the blogger behind No Idea What I'm Doing: A Daddy Blog, penned a viral post about the messages we send our girls on clothing and appearance. → Read More

Teacher's Kidney Donation Sparks a Cycle of Generosity That's Helped Save 8 Lives

When Neil Emmott learned he would need a kidney transplant, and none of his family members were a match, his family grew desperate. But thanks to his daughter's teacher, Lisa Malouf, her offer to donate her own kidney turned into a surprising donation chain that helped save 8 lives. → Read More

This Spa for Parents Will Let You Finally Nap in Peace — While They Watch Your Kids

Spa Le La in Los Angeles, California caters to parents who are long overdue for some relaxation. The best part? You can snooze in their coveted "nap rooms" while they watch your kids for almost no extra cost. → Read More

Bride Hilariously Pranks Groom During “First Look” Photos, with Some Help from His Best Man

On his wedding day last month, Andrew Wright was anxious for his first look photos with bride Nicole Smith. But he never could have expected the hilarious prank she had in store, when she convinced his best man to switch places with her. → Read More

These 5 College Majors Lead to the Biggest Salaries, Says Study has released a new study on the "most and least valuable" college degrees according to the average income of their graduates — and the results are quite interesting. → Read More

How a Little Thing Called “Jitter Glitter” Is Helping to Soothe Back-to-School Anxiety

In schools across the world, something called Jitter Glitter is catching on in schools — and helping to calm the nerves of kids everywhere, who feel anxious to head back to school. In fact, teachers are even mailing the glitter home in the summer. → Read More

Teacher Creates a ‘Harry Potter’-Inspired Classroom That Has to Be Seen to Be Believed

Tressa Bargella, a 3rd-grade teacher at Valley View Intermediate School in Archabald, Pennsylvania, is going viral for creating a one-of-a-kind 'Harry Potter'-inspired classroom for her new students. → Read More

11-Year-Old with Rare Bleeding Disorder Bakes One-of-a-Kind Cakes for Other Sick Kids

Eleven-year-old Daniela Delgado knows what it's like to deal with a health issue at a young age — but she decided to turn her pain into compassion by starting her own nonprofit to benefit other kids. → Read More

Mom Runs 50 National Parks in Honor of the Daughter She Lost to Cancer

After losing her daughter to cancer in 2017, Gil Schaenzle decided to honor a promise she made to her, by running the 50 national park challenge in her memory and raising awareness of the disease that took her life. → Read More

This Adventure-Seeking Family Sold Their Home to Travel the U.S. in a Renovated School Bus

Rebecca Saunders and her family recently decided to take a leap of faith. They sold their home, renovated a school bus, and began a nomadic lifestyle traveling the U.S. Talk about the new American Dream. → Read More

Homeless Man Is Flooded with Job Offers After Handing His Resume Out on the Street

David Casarez was a struggling web developer who had hoped to own his own company before he fell on hard times and wound up homeless. But in July 2018, while handing out resumes on the side of the road, his luck dramatically changed. → Read More

As a Working Mom, 'Daniel Tiger's' Newest Storyline Means More to Me Than I Expected

On a recent episode of PBS Kids' popular kids' show 'Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood,' Mom Tiger goes back to work for the first time in a while, as a handywoman for the town. → Read More

Mom Creates Drowning Prevention Tag in the Wake of Her Son’s Tragic Death

Nicole Hughes only turned her back for a few moments when her 3-year-old son Levi slipped out of view. She found him just minutes later, drowned in the swimming pool. Now, she's launched the Water Guardian Tag to help prevent other families from suffering in the same way. → Read More

Quick-Thinking Toddler Molly McCabe Saves Dad's Life with FaceTime

Virginia toddler Molly McCabe sprang into action when her dad Trevor McCabe suddenly collapsed and was unresponsive. Grabbing his smartphone and using FaceTime, the 3-year-old was able to call her mother, summoning help and saving his life. → Read More

Why This Husband Has Kept a Note from His Wife in His Wallet for 16 Years

Nicole Johnson of the blog 'Suburban Sh*tshow' wrote a memorable Facebook post about the piece of paper her husband still keeps in his wallet from the night they met, as a means to remind us all that no marriage is perfect, but remembering how it all began can help. → Read More