We need to take care of ourselves, too! We've got delicious and easy recipes, the latest fashion and home decor trends, health topics that impact every woman and so much more. So grab a cup of coffee and dig in.
It truly takes a village to raise a child, and we're here for you! Link up with a community of moms just like you and learn about fabulous events in your area plus amazing product giveaways, discounts and more!
We can all put away our cotton-ball cobwebs and flimsy plastic skeletons now. After seeing photos of this pretty surreal haunted house, it's pretty much game over.
Los Angeles-based artist and baker Christine McConnell turned her parents' house into a head-turning work of art. And yes, it's real.
Morning or night, the giant monster, with its huge bloodshot eyes and piercing fangs, looks like it comes straight out of an animated-live action hybrid Halloween film (think "Pushing Daisies" meets Salvador Dalí, with a Tim Burton twist—at night).
The lighting is crazy spooky when it gets dark‚the green glow making the whole house look even more supernatural. Trick-or-treaters beware!
McConnell told Slate that the house was inspired by "Monster House," the 2006 animated children's horror film about three teens finding out their neighbor's house is a monster (and no adult believes them). So they have to destroy the home before Halloween trick-or-treaters come to the door.
"I painted foam-core insulation board for the eyes and teeth," McConnell shared on Instagram. She bought a handful of primary colors and mixed it in various containers to get the shades she wanted.