All the celebrity babies born in 2020 (so far) 🎉

Jinger Dugger Vuolo and her husband have some big news!

All the celebrity babies born in 2020 (so far) 🎉
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It's 2020. The world is changing. It's hard to believe but the old decade is over, the new one is here and it is bringing a lot of new life with it. The babies born this year are members of Generation Alpha and the world is waiting for them.

We're almost at the end of this year and some new celebrity arrivals making headlines while making their new parents proud.

If your little one arrived in 2020, they've got plenty of high profile company.

Here are all the celebrity babies born in 2020 (so far):


Jinger Dugger Vuolo and husband Jeremy welcome 2nd child, another girl 🎉

Counting On star Jinger Vuolo (formerly Jinger Duggar) is now a mom of two!

Jinger and her husband Jeremy just announced their second daughter arrived over the weekend and mama and baby are doing well.

Baby Evangeline Jo joins big sister Felicity, who is now 2.

"Evangeline means 'good news' and Jo is after Jeremy's middle name, Joseph," Jinger said in a statement posted to the TLC website. "As for Felicity, she is in love with her little sister but has no idea how much sharing is in her future. We are so grateful to God for this beautiful gift!"

Nicki Minaj is a mama! 

E! News reports Nicki Minaj gave birth on September 30.

Back on July 20, after months of speculation, Minaj told world about her pregnancy on her terms.

She announced her pregnancy to the world via an iconic photo she posted to Instagram with a simple caption: "#Preggers".

This announcement came nine months after Minaj and her husband Kenneth Petty tied the knot, and two years after Minaj opened up to Wonderland magazine about how much she wanted to be a mom someday.

"I've got to get married first then I'll have a child. I might be closer than people think actually," she said back in 2018. "I love children. I'm not going to put that off for much longer."

Congrats to Nicki on realizing her dream of motherhood in 2020!

Surprise! Amanda Seyfried is now a mom of 2! 🎉

Amanda Seyfried and her husband Thomas Sadoski have welcomed a baby boy and announced the news is the coolest way.

Instead of posting on their own social accounts the couple used the moment to amplify the work of the International Network for Aid, Relief and Assistance (INARA) and War Child USA.

Seyfried and Sadoski are board members for INARA, an organization dedicated to providing "access to life-saving and life-altering medical assistance to children impacted by war."

A photo of the couple's newborn with 3½-year-old big sister Nina was posted to the INARA Instagram account with the following statement:

"Since the birth of our daughter 3 years ago our commitment to the innocent children that are so brutally affected by conflict and war has been a driving force in our lives," the couple says. "With the birth of our son the work of INARA and War Child has become our North Star."

Meghan McCain + Ben Domenech picked an amazing name for their baby girl 

The View co-host Meghan McCain and her husband Ben Domenech are now parents!

The baby girl is the granddaughter of the late Senator John McCain and the couple chose a name that reflects their values.

Liberty Sage McCain Domenech and her mother are happy and "happy and healthy," a rep tells People.

While Liberty's name is now public, don't expect a ton of baby pics on McCain's Instagram. She has previously stated that because "there are a lot of cruel things written about [her] in the press on an almost constant/daily basis," and due to social media trolls she chose not to share photos of her baby bump, despite repeated requests from fans.

In an Instagram post she explained how she and her husband "have made the conscious decision to guard our (growing) families privacy as much as is possible."

Rooney Mara + Joaquin Phoenix select touching name for their baby son

People reports actors Joaquin Phoenix + Rooney Mara are parents...and they've picked a meaningful family name for their first child.

The news was confirmed by Russian filmmaker Victor Kossakovsky. Phoenix was an executive producer on Kossakovsky's black and white documentary about farm animals and was brought up while Kossakovsky was doing press for the film.

"He just got a baby by the way," Kossakovsky said recently at the 2020 Zurich Film Festival. "A beautiful son called River."

Joaquin Phoenix's late brother River died in 1993.

Justin Timberlake + Jessica Beil really did have a baby this summer!

Yes, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel are parents of two! There were rumours back in July but now we know its true thanks to Timberlake's former *NSYNC teammate, Lance Bass.

Bass confirmed the news in an interview with Entertainment Tonight. Bass told ET's Katie Krause that he and the other former *NSYNC guys knew about the baby way before the press got the news over the summer and that "the baby is cute, of course, it's Justin and Jessica!

MTV's Kailyn Lowry welcomes baby no.4 🎉

Kailyn Lowry is now a mom of four boys! The 28-year-old MTV star welcomed baby Creed to the family at the end of July and took him outdoors for a (socially distanced) football game on September 13.

Creed joins older brothers Lux, 2, Lincoln, 6, and 10-year-old Issac, who has been staring on MTV's Teen Mom 2 alongside his mama since he was a baby. During that time his mom finished college, wrote multiple books and launched a line of haircare products.

Kail is one busy mama, and little Creed will be keeping her busy in the best way for the next few months.

Leighton Meester + Adam Brody welcome baby no. 2! 

Leighton Meester and Adam Brody now have a girl and a boy!

The O.C. actor best known for playing Seth Cohen announced his son's birth in a very low-key, Seth Cohen-ish way by dropping the news on Twitch. He was participating in Hold the Phone TV's The Fun Time Boys Game Night when he revealed baby no. 2 had arrived.

"Since last I played I have a new kid," he said. "I have a boy. He's a dream, he's a dream boy."

No word yet on what name Meester + Brody picked for their dream boy but they have a track record of picking awesome ones. The couple welcomed their daughter Arlo in 2015.

Katy Perry + Orlando Bloom's baby girl is here 🎉

Perry and Bloom shared the big news through a statement with UNICEF (they're Goodwill Ambassadors for the organization).

"We are floating with love and wonder from the safe and healthy arrival of our daughter," the new parents began their statement.

"But we know we're the lucky ones and not everyone can have a birthing experience as peaceful as ours was. Communities around the world are still experiencing a shortage of healthcare workers and every eleven seconds a pregnant woman or newborn dies, mostly from preventable causes. Since COVID-19, many more newborn lives are at risk because of a greater lack of access to water, soap, vaccines and medicines that prevent diseases. As parents to a newborn, this breaks our hearts, as we empathize with struggling parents now more than ever."

Their daughter, Daisy Dove Bloom, joins older brother Flynn (age 9), Orlando's son from a previous marriage to Miranda Kerr.

Lea Michele + Zandy Reich welcome baby boy 

Back in April we learned former Glee star Lea Michele was pregnant and expecting a baby with husband Zandy Reich.

A few weeks after Michelle's pregnancy news broke, her former Glee co-star Samantha Ware spoke out about racism and bullying on the set of Glee. Michelle issued a statement that reads, in part: "I clearly acted in ways which hurt other people."

Michele took a hiatus from social media to work on herself but logged on in July after former co-star Naya Rivera passed away in a tragic boating accident to post photos of Rivera and fellow Glee star Corey Monteith, who died in 2013, to her Instagram Stories.

On August 23 People revealed Michele and Reich's child, a boy, has arrived.

This is the first child for the couple but likely won't be the last. An only child herself, Michele has said for years that she would like to be a mom to more than one child someday,

Back in 2014, she told Daybreak, "I'm going to have like a billion of them! But mainly because I always hated being an only child, I always wished I had more siblings!"

Michele has also been public about her struggle with polycystic ovary syndrome, which she was diagnosed with right around the time Glee ended. Just a few months before her pregnancy announcement she opened up to Health about that diagnosis, and when she was asked where she saw herself in 5 years the answer was remarkably similar to what she said in 2014.

"I hope to be a mom of, like, 10 kids—if it's physically possible to pop that many out! Ha! I'm so excited about the thought of being a mom," she told Health. "I also want to continue making records, and I hope to return to Broadway. I also just really want to continue being my own boss—in the sense of creating content for myself on television and writing roles and finding projects that really serve me."

Katherine Schwarzenegger + Chris Pratt welcome baby girl 🎉

Katherine Schwarzenegger and Chris Pratt have a baby girl!

According to Schwarzenegger's brother Patrick, mom and baby are in good health.

"They're doing great—just got her a little gift," Patrick said on Sunday.

The baby joins Pratt's nearly 8-year-old son, Jack, who he shares with his ex, Anna Farris.

Twin sisters Nikki + Brie Bella gave birth one day apart! 🎉

Twin sisters and reality TV stars Nikki and Brie Bella both welcomed baby boys!

Nikki gave birth to her first child, who she shares with her fiancé Artem Chigvintsev, on July 31. "Our baby boy is here and we couldn't be HAPPIER and more in LOVE!" she captioned a photo of the family's hands."Everyone is safe and healthy."

Brie and her husband, wrestler Bryan Danielson, welcomed a baby boy a day later on August 1. No word on his name yet but he joins big sister Birdie, who is 3.

"It's a BOY!!!" Brie captioned an Instagram photo of her son and husband's hands. "We are overwhelmed with joy and everyone is healthy!!!"

Congratulations to these sisters and a pair of cousins who will share a special bond!

Confirmed: Sophie Turner + Joe Jonas welcomed baby girl 🎉

Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas have welcomed a baby girl named Willa, TMZ reports.

In a statement to People, reps for the couple explain: "Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas are delighted to announce the birth of their baby."

Back in February news of the pregnancy was first reported by Just Jared (which also broke the news of the birth this week).

According to Entertainment Tonight, "The couple is already obsessed and can't stop gloating about their new addition."

The Game of Thrones star married the Jonas brother in May 2019 (and they are giving us the good news we need in 2020).

Ciara + Russell Wilson welcome baby boy (and his name is amazing) 🎉

Congratulations to Ciara and Russell Wilson this week as the couple welcomes their new baby! He joins the couple's 3-year-old, Sienna Princess, and 6-year-old big brother Future Zahir, who Ciara shares with rapper Future.

Ciara and Wilson are now proud parents to Win Harrison Wilson, who was born on July 23 at 8 pounds, 1 ounce.

Congratulations to this growing family!

​Beverley Mitchell welcomes her 3rd child!  🎉

Beverley Mitchell of 7th Heaven welcomed a baby girl with her husband Micheal Cameron this summer. After experiencing a miscarriage of twins last year, Mitchell revealed a first look at her baby girl on July 20.

The actor took to Instagram to share the news on their new bundle of joy, whose name is Mayzel Josephine and weighs an adorable 6 pounds and 2 ounces.

"Happy to share with the world our sweet little girl, Mayzel Josephin," Mitchell captioned the post "@littlemissmayzie

has captured our hearts and we couldn't love her more!"

Kristen Wiig welcomed twins via surrogate 🎉

Kristen Wiig and fiancé Avi Rothman are parents to twins, E! News reported this week. Us Weekly was first to report the news and People also states the couple welcomed twins via surrogate earlier this year, but Wiig has not yet commented on the birth of her children publicly.

Wiig's appearance on Saturday Night Live around Mother's Day had people wondering if something had changed in her life.

In a sketch about Mother's Day she said: "I don't know if I truly appreciated my mom the first 45 years of my life. But this year I'm feeling especially grateful for her advice, her love. I'm so thankful for all the things she's taught me, like preparing me to be a mom myself. Things like breast-feeding," Wiig said, before leaning into a joke about chicken breasts. "Babies love that chicken, she would always say that."

She continued: "I do want to thank my mom, and all the moms out there, who have been helping us get through this and who have been there, and who are watching over us. We thank you so much. Happy Mother's Day. Thank you, moms."

Congratulation to Kristin and Avi 🎉

Surprise! Iggy Azalea welcomes a baby boy! 🎉

Iggy Azalea did not announce a pregnancy, but the Australian star (who is currently dating rapper Playboi Carti) just announced her son's birth on Instagram.

"I have a son," Azalea wrote on her Instagram Story on June 10. "I kept waiting for the right time to say something but it feels like the more time passes the more I realize I'm always going to feel anxious to share news that giant with the world."

She says she's making the announcement because she wants to "keep his life private but wanted to make it clear he is not a secret."

Jamie Otis + Doug Hehner welcome baby boy

Married at First Sight stars Jamie Otis and Doug Hehner have welcomed their second child.

As reported by People, baby boy Hayes was born in the couple's New Jersey home on May 13 at 3:37 p.m, weighing in at 9 pounds, 4 ounces and measuring 21 inches long.

Hayes joins big sister Gracie, now 2, and his mama's fans joined for a portion of his birth, which Otis planned to live stream. But eventually, Otis needed to focus on her doula, midwife, Hayes and her own body. The livestream was of the home birth was understandably cut short.

"I'm sorry I wasn't able to go 'live' longer - I was in so much pain during contractions and this labor happened so fast!" she said in her Instagram announcement. "I wanted to really focus on my breathing and being one with my son. Within 6 hours he was OUT!"

Rupert Grint and Georgia Groome just welcomed a baby girl! 

Former Harry Potter star Rupert Grint (who can currently be binge-watched on Apple TV's series Servant) is now a dad, E! News reports.

Grint and his partner, actor Georgia Groome previously confirmed they were expecting. In a statement to E! weeks ago Grint's rep stated the couple "are excited to announce they are expecting a baby and would please ask for privacy at this time."

The plea for privacy comes after paparazzi pictures of the couple out in London were shared online.

Now that their baby girl is here the couple are again asking for some family time.

"Rupert Grint and Georgia Groome are delighted to confirm the birth of their baby girl," a representative for the couple told E! News. "We would please ask that you respect their privacy at this very special time."

Grimes + Elon Musk welcome baby, choose interesting name

Tesla billionaire Elon Musk has been making headlines for days as he's been selling off his property ahead of his child's birth, but now the baby Musk shares with Canadian musician Grimes has come into the world and Musk is making headlines for another reason.

The father that his youngest is named X Æ A-12 Musk.

If that's true, baby X Æ A-12 joins Musk's sons from a previous relationship with former spouse Justine Musk: Nevada, Griffin, Damian, Xavier, Saxon and Kai.

Hope Solo on having twins during a pandemic: 'It has been incredibly stressful times for us'

Soccer superstar Hope Solo is now a mama of two after giving birth to twins on March 4, 2020.

Solo just announced her twins' birth via Instagram and also announced the names she and her husband, former NFL player Jerramy Stevens, chose for their son and daughter.

"Please meet Vittorio and Lozen Stevens, both born in the middle of a pandemic on March 4," Solo says in a video posted by athletic brand Uninterupted, in which she discusses how hard it is to be a first-time parent right now. "It has been incredibly stressful times for us. We've been out in public more than we wanted to be, but we would like to thank all the incredible nurses and the doctors who helped take care of our babies during our time in NICU."

This was a rainbow pregnancy for Solo, who miscarried twins in 2018. She announced she was expecting back in December during the beIN Sports show Weekend Winners, which she co-hosts.

"Yes, my husband and I get to practice equality from the very beginning with one boy and one girl," Solo explained during the segment, which was posted to Twitter.

We are so happy for Solo + Stevens.

Jodie Turner-Smith + Joshua Jackson welcome baby girl  🎉

Jodie Turner-Smith and her husband, fellow actor Joshua Jackson just welcomed a baby girl, People reports.

"Both mother and baby are happy and healthy," representatives for the actors said in a statement to People.

Their daughter's birth comes after Tuner-Smith's birth plan was complicated by the coronavirus pandemic.

"We're just figuring out how to deal with interacting with doctors and hospitals right now," Jackson said on a recent episode of Live with Kelly and Ryan.

We're glad that they got all the logistics figured out and can now focus on their baby girl.

Congrats to Josh and Jodie!

Carson + Siri Daly welcome daughter during COVID-19 pandemic

Today host Carson Daly and his wife Siri Daly just welcomed their fourth child this week as hospitals in New York City made changes to maternity ward visitor policies. Daly has not revealed exactly which hospital his new daughter was born in, but he did say that he was able to be there for his daughter's birth, but couldn't be in the hospital before or after.

"I dropped [Siri] off at the hospital because the hospitals in and around New York—as you can imagine—have quite new guidelines, and she went alone on Wednesday night. I could only join her for the birth, then I had to leave again as they are quickly trying to flip these rooms around. Her heroism, she's a superstar, she's a superhero. I wake up enamored by her and also the medical staff we dealt with last night. The work that they are doing on the front lines, you don't believe it until you are actually there and can see it," Daly told his colleagues at NBC's Today.

He also opened up about his daughter's special name: "Goldie is awesome. Her middle name is Patricia, named after my mother, who you all knew well. It would have been my mom's birthday tomorrow so that worked out to be quite nice," he said, adding that Goldie's first name is inspired by this DNA.

"I just got the results of my ancestry DNA kit that my sister got me for Christmas back not long ago and it confirmed my 98% Irishness. So I was looking at Irish names on St. Patrick's day morning and I stumbled on Goldie...I thought this is our fourth kid, she seems like the pot of gold at the end of our family rainbow and I told Siri...and that was it. One of these things we knew."

Goldie joins siblings Jackson James, 11, Etta Jones, 7, and London Rose, 5.

Congratulations to the family of 6!

Eva Amurri + Kyle Martino just welcomed their 3rd child 

The rest of the world is settling in for social distancing and so is newly postpartum mama Eva Amurri, who just welcomed her third child with sportscaster Kyle Martino, her (almost) ex-husband.

The two separated in November but are committed to coparenting their children, daughter Marlowe, 5, son Major, 3, and newborn Mateo who was born on March 13.

"Our sweet little boy came earth-side yesterday, peacefully at home," Amurri captioned a photo of her family posted to Instagram.

Congratulations Eva!

Jenna Dewan + Steve Kazee picked a great name for their baby boy! 

Jenna Dewan is a mama of two now, after giving birth to her second child on March 6. And we love the name they picked. Dewan and fiancé Steve Kazee share baby Callum Michael Rebel, who joins big sis Everly (who Dewan co-parents with her ex, Channing Tatum).

The name Callum has become more popular in America in recent years, reaching a historic level of popularity in 2018, according to the Social Security Administration.

Congrats to Callum's parents (who may be making this name even more popular)!

Laura Prepon is a mama x 2! 

Actors Laura Prepon and Ben Foster share 2-year-old daughter Ella and now share another "bundle of love".

Prepon announced her pregnancy back in October on Instagram:. "We are so excited to announce that our family is growing. Life is beautiful!" and has now announced her birth as well.

"Overwhelmed with gratitude." she captioned an Instagram photo of her baby.

Ashley Graham is a mama! 🎉

A new chapter is unfolding for model and podcaster Ashley Graham, who just announced she and her husband Justin Ervin have met their baby.

The baby arrived Saturday, according to a post made on Graham's Instagram Stories.

"At 6:00pm on Saturday our lives changed for the better," reads the Story. "Thank you for all your love and support during this incredible time."

Graham previously announced that she and Ervin were expecting a son. They initially announced the pregnancy on their ninth wedding anniversary.

Congratulations to Ashley and Justin!

Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden just welcomed a baby girl! 🎉

Surprise! Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden are ringing in the New Year as first-time parents!

"Happy New Year from the Maddens!" reads a birth announcement posted to both Diaz and Madden's Instagram accounts. "We are so happy, blessed and grateful to begin this new decade by announcing the birth of our daughter, Raddix Madden. She has instantly captured our hearts and completed our family."

Raddix Madden is the first child for Diaz, 47, and Madden, 40.

The couple say they won't be posting any pictures of their daughter on social media as they "feel a strong instinct to protect our little one's privacy."

Congratulations to the Maddens! 🎉

Dylan Dreyer of 'Today' is a mom of 2! 

Today meteorologist Dylan Dreyer and her husband Brian Fichera, welcomed their second child, Oliver George Fichera, the first week of January 2020. Oliver joins his big brother Calvin to make the family a foursome.

Dreyer is still recovering from birth but her voice was on TV this week when she called into her show with an update on her new family. "I feel good," Dylan told her colleagues. "I just feel so happy and so blessed."

Caterina Scorsone of 'Grey's Anatomy' now has 3 girls!

Caterina Scorsone of Grey's Anatomy has so much to be thankful for in 2020: She's now a mom of three! The actress announced the birth of her daughter via Instagram, noting that her baby's name is Arwen.

Arwen joins big sisters Eliza, 7, and 3-year-old Paloma, who has Down syndrome. Speaking on The Motherly Podcast last year, Scorsone explained how Paloma's diagnosis made her "whole concept of what motherhood was had to shift."

It is likely shifting again, as any mama who has gone from two kids to three knows.

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We spoke to Chris Bright (he/she/they), Director of Public Training at The Trevor Project, who works closely with H&M. Chris shared with us the Trevor Project's important mission, and what all brands should do to best support LGBTQ youth today.

1. For those that do not know, what is The Trevor Project's mission? What is it all about and its impact on society?

The Trevor Project is the world's largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) young people. Suicide is the second leading cause of death among young people, and LGBTQ youth are more than four times more likely to attempt suicide than their straight or cis peers. Our mission is to end suicide among the estimated 1.8 million LGBTQ youth under the age of 25 in the U.S. who seriously consider suicide each year.

Founded in 1998, The Trevor Project launched TrevorLifeline, the first 24/7 national lifeline supporting LGBTQ youth in crisis alongside HBO's broadcast of the Academy Award-winning short film Trevor. The first calls were answered that night. Since then, we have grown from reaching several thousand LGBTQ youth per year to becoming the preeminent resource for LGBTQ young people in crisis, directly serving over 200K LGBTQ young people in the last fiscal year alone. We work tirelessly to save young lives by providing support through our free and confidential crisis programs on platforms where young people spend their time — online and on the phone. In addition to TrevorLifeline, we offer 24/7 digital crisis services including TrevorText and TrevorChat, as well as TrevorSpace, the world's largest safe space social networking site for LGBTQ youth.


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2. Can you describe the nature of the relationship/partnership the Trevor Project has with H&M?

Our collaboration with H&M has been remarkably successful, with H&M driving awareness of The Trevor Project and our services among its audience while also demonstrating its strong support of LGBTQ young people. H&M first partnered with us in December 2020 during our "Every Single One" holiday campaign, where they donated $250K in matching funds for Giving Tuesday. This helped The Trevor Project have our best-ever Giving Tuesday moment.

Our work together has had extensive impact, allowing H&M to engage employees, customers, and community members in conversations about LGBTQ Allyship through Trevor's resources and mission. We're thankful for H&M's support, which helps us continue to operate and improve our 24/7 life-saving crisis services so we can serve more LGBTQ young people.

3. Why was H&M the right company to partner with?

H&M is an established yet relevant brand that has the attention of young people, and we're always so thankful to partner with youth-facing brands that can not only spread messages of love and support, but also can increase the awareness of our crisis services and resources. We know that H&M genuinely cares about creating a better future for LGBTQ young people.

4. What do you see as the biggest challenge or struggle for LGBTQ kids today?

LGBTQ youth are incredibly diverse, with so many intersecting identities and unique experiences — making it difficult for me to pinpoint what might be the single biggest challenge or struggle for all LGBTQ youth today.

What I can say, however, is our research reveals numerous challenges or struggles that may be more prevalent across the board for LGBTQ youth. According to our 2021 National Survey on LGBTQ Youth Mental Health, which captures the experiences of nearly 35,000 LGBTQ youth ages 13 to 24 across the U.S., nearly 42% of LGBTQ youth seriously considered attempting suicide in the past year, including more than half of transgender and nonbinary youth. Over 94% of LGBTQ youth reported that recent politics negatively impacted their mental health and more than 80% of LGBTQ youth stated that COVID-19 made their living situation more stressful.

What's clear is that while there is no single biggest challenge or struggle for our LGBTQ youth today, it's critical that we find ways to uplift and support each and every LGBTQ young person that we can.

5. Since it's back to school time, are there stressors or situations that are uniquely heightened for LGBTQ youth, other than the standard new school year jitters, that people don't necessarily know about?

Our research has found that LGBTQ youth who reported having at least one LGBTQ-affirming space had 35% reduced odds of attempting suicide in the past year, with LGBTQ-affirming school environments having the strongest association with reduced suicide attempts. Since the onset of COVID-19, the volume of youth reaching out to us has significantly increased, at times nearly double our pre-COVID volume. Feelings of loneliness, isolation, and anxiety have been heightened as a result of the pandemic, further emphasizing the need for LGBTQ youth to have access to spaces that affirm their identities, such as gender-neutral bathrooms, trans-inclusive sports, and positive extracurricular activities such as Gender and Sexuality Alliances (GSAs).

LGBTQ youth who reported having at least one accepting adult — whether it be teachers, coaches, or counselors — were 40% less likely to report a suicide attempt in the past year. The Trevor Project created the Model School District Policy on Suicide Prevention, which includes requirements for teacher training, mental health instruction for students, and policies and procedures for suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention. Now, more than ever, it is crucial that as in-person learning returns, schools provide LGBTQ students with safe learning environments where they can feel empowered, supported, and accepted by their peers and educators.

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6. In what way is the support that The Trevor Project provides crucial to LGBTQ youth, especially as it pertains to suicide prevention?

The support that The Trevor Project provides is so crucial because suicide is the second leading cause of death among young people — and LGBTQ youth are more than four times more likely to attempt suicide than their straight or cis peers. LGBTQ youth reach out to Trevor because we are LGBTQ-affirming and a trusted provider of crisis services. All of our volunteers are highly-trained to answer calls, chats, and text from LGBTQ youth 24/7 when they are feeling suicidal or need a safe, non-judgmental place to talk.

Almost three-quarters of youth stated that they either would not or were unsure if they would have another service if The Trevor Project did not exist. We aim to be there for every young LGBTQ person in crisis with a clear message: you are loved, your life has value, and you are never alone.

7. What do you think the responsibility is for brands to be involved in pro-social, activism-related work?

Everyone can play a role in creating change and building progress in our society. Brands — especially those with large platforms and influence — have a responsibility to fulfill that role as well. We recognize H&M and our other brand partners for helping spur progress on important issues, and we encourage others to follow suit. Beyond the essential financial support that brands can provide to nonprofits like The Trevor Project, there's also a direct benefit for the community when brands are loud about their support of Pride; we've found that more than half of youth said brands who support the LGBTQ community positively impact how they feel about being LGBTQ. Finally, it's important to remember that Pride doesn't begin and end in June — the opportunity to support Pride is 365 days a year. We are thrilled to have H&M as a year-round partner for The Trevor Project, demonstrating their authentic support for our work.

8. What is one of the biggest impacts or positive results you have seen come from the partnership between The Trevor Project and H&M?

We wouldn't be able to do the work we do and make the progress we've made without our brand partners like H&M. The Trevor Project has experienced significant growth in the last few years with the implementation of our five key program areas: crisis services, peer support, research, education and public awareness, and advocacy. Since 2019, we've been working to scale our volunteer training to increase the number of crisis services counselors on a yearly basis. In addition to original, intersectional monthly research briefs, our research team launched the world's largest survey of LGBTQ youth mental health in 2019, and has released a total of three national, annual reports. We've ramped up Trevor's advocacy work on the local, state, and federal levels to protect the rights of LGBTQ people, including bills to protect LGBTQ youth from conversion therapy that have been in introduced in 40 states. H&M's partnership helps us advance this work by raising significant funds and awareness for our mission. During June 2021, when H&M served as one of our key Pride Partners, our crisis counselors served over 19,500 crisis contacts with free, confidential support via phone, chat, and text.

9. How important is it for LGBTQ+ youth to see allies in popular culture, be it a celebrity or high profile person, mainstream brand, etc.?

LGBTQ representation in the mainstream media is extremely important as it makes LGBTQ youth feel seen, validated, and confident that they are not alone. Over 80% of youth said that celebrities who are LGBTQ positively influence how they feel about being LGBTQ, and more than half of youth said brands who support the LGBTQ community have a positive impact on their LGBTQ identity. As we continue to see increased visibility for marginalized communities in popular culture, diverse images will become normalized, which in turn creates a safer, more accepting world for all of us.

10. For people who want to get involved with a cause like The Trevor Project, what is the best way to make a difference?

There are a number of ways to get involved with The Trevor Project – from making a donation (TheTrevorProject.org/Donate) to applying to be a volunteer (TheTrevorProject.org/Volunteer) to spreading the word about our resources.

Affirming spaces and support systems work to save young LGBTQ lives. People can be active in their communities to ensure that more safe, affirming spaces are available and thriving. Even making an effort to respect someone's pronouns and encouraging those around you to do the same can make a huge difference. Our research has also found that LGBTQ youth who report having at least one accepting adult were 40% less likely to report a suicide attempt. If you get the opportunity, be that one person for a young person in your life.

If you or someone you know needs help or support, The Trevor Project's trained crisis counselors are available 24/7 at 1-866-488-7386, via chat www.TheTrevorProject.org/Help, or by texting START to 678678.

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This incredibly soft comforter from Sunday Citizen is like sleeping on a cloud

My only complaint? I've slept through my alarm twice.

When it comes to getting a good night's sleep, there are many factors that, as a mama, are hard to control. Who's going to wet the bed at 3 am, how many times a small person is going to need a sip of water, or the volume of your partner's snoring are total wildcards.

One thing you can control? Tricking out your bed to make it as downright cozy as possible. (And in these times, is there anywhere you want to be than your bed like 75% of the time?)

I've always been a down comforter sort of girl, but after a week of testing the ridiculously plush and aptly named Snug Comforter from Sunday Citizen, a brand that's run by "curators of soft, seekers of chill" who "believe in comfort over everything," it's safe to say I've been converted.


Honestly, it's no wonder. Originally designed as a better blanket for luxury hotels and engineered with textile experts to create this uniquely soft fabric, it has made my bed into the vacation I so desperately want these days.

The comforter is made up of two layers. On one side is their signature knit "snug" fabric which out-cozies even my most beloved (bought on sale) cashmere sweater. The other, a soft quilted microfiber. Together, it creates a weighty blanket that's as soothing to be under as it is to flop face-first into at the end of an exhausting day. Or at lunch. No judgement.

Miraculously, given the weight and construction, it stays totally breathable and hasn't left me feeling overheated even on these warm summer nights with just a fan in the window.

Beyond being the absolute most comfortable comforter I've found, it's also answered my minimalist bed making desires. Whether you opt to use it knit or quilted side up, it cleanly pulls the room together and doesn't wrinkle or look unkempt even if you steal a quick nap on top of it.

Also worth noting, while all that sounds super luxe and totally indulgent, the best part is, it's equally durable. It's made to be easily machine washed and come out the other side as radically soft as ever, forever, which totally helps take the sting out of the price tag.

My only complaint? I've slept through my alarm twice.

Here is my top pick from Sunday Citizen, along with the super-soft goods I'm coveting for future purchases.

Woodland Snug comforter

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The bedroom anchor I've been looking for— the Snug Comforter.

$249

Braided Pom Pom Throw

Because this degree of coziness needs portability, I'm totally putting the throw version on my list. It's washable, which is a must-have given my shedding dog and two spill-prone kiddos who are bound to fight over it during family movie night.

$145

Lumbar pillow

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What's a cozy bed without a pile of pillows?

$65

Crystal infused sleep mask

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Promoting sleep by creating total darkness and relaxation, I've bookmarked as my go-to gift for fellow mamas.

$40

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Motherly created the flexible online birth class moms need

The Motherly Birth Class is completely online, which means you can take the class at your own pace.

Taking a birth class is a pregnancy milestone. Whether you've been excited to take a birth class for a long time or have just recently decided that you wanted to take one, sitting down for that first lesson feels big—spoiler alert, this is really happening! But finding time for a birth class isn't as easy as it would seem.

We know new parents are busy (hello, understatement of the year). Between diaper changes, pediatrician appointments, healing from birth and the general adjustment to #newparentlife, the days can fill up quickly. But a lot of people are caught off guard by how busy pregnancy can be, too! That first trimester is so often full of symptoms—like nausea and fatigue—that can make previously easy or simple tasks exhausting. The second trimester begins and (usually) we start to feel better. But then our days get filled with planning out baby registries and deciding on questions like, "Where will this tiny new human sleep?" And before you know it, it's the third trimester—and, well, then you're in the home stretch. Plus there are so many appointments!

All this to say that we get how busy you are—and how hard that might make it to fit in a birth class.

And that's why we created The Motherly Birth Class. The Motherly Birth Class is completely online, which means you can take the class at your own pace.


Think you'll want to watch each lesson a few times over? Great!

Due date's next week and you need the option to take a birth class very quickly? No problem!

Like everything at Motherly, we designed this class with you in mind.

Taught by Certified Nurse-Midwife Diana Spalding (who also wrote "The Motherly Guide to Becoming Mama"), this class is broken into 12 lessons—and you get to control how and when you watch them. We'll teach you about what your (amazing) body is up to in labor, how to decide when it's time to head to the hospital or birth center (or when to call your home birth midwife), what your options are for coping with pain and so much more.

When you sign up for The Motherly Birth Class, you'll get access to a downloadable workbook and meditations. Plus, you'll be invited to join our supportive private online community (where you can chat with the class instructor!)

Oh, one more thing: Your insurance or flexible spending account might even able to able to cover the cost of this class.

Pregnancy is wonderful—but it's a lot. You deserve a birth class that works for you and empowers you to have your best birth. Because vaginal or Cesarean, unmedicated or medication, birth is incredible. And you are the star of it all.

You've got this.

Sign up for The Motherly Birth Class today!

The Motherly Birth Class

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Take our completely digital birth class from the comfort of your living room. We'll help you have your best birth—because you deserve it.

$79

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14 toys that will keep your kids entertained inside *and* outside

They transition seamlessly for indoor play.

Keeping kids entertained is a battle for all seasons. When it's warm and sunny, the options seem endless. Get them outside and get them moving. When it's cold or rainy, it gets a little tricker.

So with that in mind, we've rounded up some of the best toys for toddlers and kids that are not only built to last but will easily make the transition from outdoor to indoor play. Even better, many are Montessori-friendly and largely open-ended so your kids can get a ton of use out of them.

From sunny backyard afternoons to rainy mornings stuck inside, these indoor outdoor toys are sure to keep little ones engaged and entertained.


Tiny thrill-seekers will love this kid-powered coaster which will send them (safely) sailing across the backyard or play space. The durable set comes with a high back coaster car and 10.75 feet of track, providing endless opportunities for developing gross motor skills, balance and learning to take turns. The track is made up of three separate pieces which are easy to assemble and take apart for storage (but we don't think it will be put away too often!)

$139

Secret Agent play set

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This set has everything your little secret agent needs to solve whatever case they might encounter: an ID badge, finger scanner, walkie-talkie handset, L-shaped scale and coloring comic (a printable file is also available for online download) along with a handy belt to carry it all along. Neighborhood watch? Watch out.

$40

Mini golf set

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Fore! This mini golf set is lawn and living room ready. Set up a backyard competition or incorporate into homeschooling brain breaks that shift focus and build concentration.

$40

Stepping Stones

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Kiddos can jump, stretch, climb and balance with these non-slip stepping stones. The 20-piece set can be arranged in countless configurations to create obstacle courses, games or whatever they can dream up.

$99.99

Sand play set

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Whether you're hitting the beach or the backyard sandbox, this adorable wooden sand set is ready for action. Each scoop has an embossed pattern that's perfect for sand stamping. They're also totally suitable for water play in the wild or the bathtub.

$30

Sensory play set

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Filled with sand or water, this compact-sized activity set keeps little ones busy, quiet and happy. (A mama's ideal trifecta 😉). It's big enough to satisfy their play needs but not so big it's going to flood your floors if you bring the fun inside on a rainy day.

$19.95

Vintage scooter balance bike

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Pedals are so 2010. Balance bikes are the way to go for learning to ride a bike while skipping the training wheels stage altogether. This impossibly cool retro scooter-style is built to cruise the neighborhood or open indoor space as they're learning.

$121

Foam pogo stick

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Designed for ages 3 and up, My First Flybar offers kiddos who are too young for a pogo stick a frustration-free way to get their jump on. The wide foam base and stretchy bungee cord "stick" is sturdy enough to withstand indoor and outdoor use and makes a super fun addition to driveway obstacle courses and backyard races. Full disclosure—it squeaks when they bounce, but don't let that be a deterrent. One clever reviewer noted that with a pair of needle-nose pliers, you can surgically remove that sucker without damaging the base.

$16.99

Dumptruck 

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Whether they're digging up sand in the backyard or picking up toys inside, kids can get as creative as they want picking up and moving things around. Even better? It's made from recycled plastic milk cartons.

$22

Hopper ball

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Burn off all that extra energy hippity hopping across the lawn or the living room! This hopper ball is one of the top rated versions on Amazon as it's thicker and more durable than most. It also comes with a hand pump to make inflation quick and easy.

$14.99

Pull-along ducks

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There's just something so fun about a classic pull-along toy and we love that they seamlessly transition between indoor and outdoor play. Crafted from solid cherry and beechwood, it's tough enough to endure outdoor spaces your toddler takes it on.

$16.99

Rocking chair seesaw

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This built-to-last rocking seesaw is a fun way to get the wiggles out in the grass or in the playroom. The sturdy design can support up to 77 pounds, so even older kiddos can get in on the action.

$79.99

Baby forest fox ride-on

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Toddlers will love zooming around on this fox ride-on, and it's a great transition toy into traditional balance bikes. If you take it for a driveway adventure, simply use a damp cloth to wipe down the wheels before bringing back inside.

$79.99

Meadow ring toss game

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Besides offering a fantastic opportunity to hone focus, coordination, determination and taking turns, lawn games are just plain fun. Set them up close together for the littles and spread them out when Mom and Dad get in on the action. With their low profile and rope rings, they're great for indoors as well.

$24.75

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18 stylish-but-comfy pieces to refresh your wardrobe this fall (and everything's under $75!)

From school pickup to working from home, these pieces will freshen up your closet without breaking the bank.

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What is trending in the world of fashion changes every year. Keeping up with what's in style is challenging when you're a busy mama who's constantly cleaning up, preparing meals and working all day. That's a fact, so how can you possibly be expected to keep up with the latest clothing trends?

During the height of the pandemic, many of us became comfortable dressing down, going braless, and saying goodbye to snug jeans. But who says we can't tackle a look that is cozy and polished? From 2021-2022: biker shorts have begun replacing short-shorts, bright colors are trending, tie dye and retro patterns are making a major comeback, and let's not forget, joggers are the new skinny jeans. The accessories you choose will help others determine whether or not you're lounging around town post-yoga class or preparing for a job interview.

Replacing your entire wardrobe every year, however, is too expensive. But purchasing a few clothing items within your budget will help boost your self-esteem and keep you feeling proud with what you're wearing every day.

Bearing in mind that no two moms are alike, we narrowed down a list of must-have clothing items—there is a little something for everyone. And the best part? Each garment costs less than $75.

We carefully selected each piece based on several factors: pricing, quality, and the level of comfort. Enjoy browsing through our wide-ranging list, and of course, happy shopping!

Sensual Fashion Boutique Entro Terracotta Long Sleeve Tiered Ruffle Midi Dress

Not only is the color of this mid-length dress perfect for autumn but it's also lined and tiered with ruffle details, providing an added layer of warmth. The end of the sleeves and waist area have elastic for lovably chic vibes, and the v neck isn't too low cut for play dates and strolls through the park.

$49.99

Digital Print Tie-Dye Joggers

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Go ahead: check out dresses, loungewear, and activewear on any clothing website and you're bound to find a wide array of tie dye options. Pair these high-quality, affordable joggers with a form fitting tee or crop top in the warmer months or a matching hoodie in the fall and winter.

$32

Nancy Rose Performance Stealie Tank

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Every one of Nancy Rose Performance's tanks are dyed by hand, so no two are the same. To make this an even better purchase, this flattering top is anti-odor, UV resistant, protective against germs and bacteria, and the fabric promotes healthy skin—does it get any better than that? The body hugging fit is comfortable, not too tight, and can be worn out of the house or even as a cozy pajama tank.

$62

H&M Shirt Jacket 

This loose-fitting shirt jacket literally matches with everything from dresses and rompers to joggers and jeans. We can't get enough of how delicately soft the 100% cotton feels—it's almost like you're wearing a throw blanket around your body.

$39.99

Freedom Company Babydoll Dress

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Available in four color variations, this flowy dress is an absolute staple in any moms' wardrobe. Some people prefer dressing it down with a pair of flip flops or sneakers, while others wear heels and a trendy scarf—making this an excellent option for any occasion. Bonus points: it's made from a buttery soft material, doesn't shrink in the wash, and there's even side pockets for convenience.

$75

​Smash + Tess The S + T Bada$$ Bike Short 

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So long, short-shorts—biker shorts are trending for good reason: they're versatile and cute as heck. You can wear them to a morning yoga class and then throughout the remainder of your day, while embracing the comfortability and vintage appeal. Smash + Tess is bringing sexy back with these dusty rose-colored shorts that can be worn with a loose-fitting tee, crop top, or camisole—honestly, there isn't much they can't match.

$40

​Socialite Shortie Cami Romper

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You're choosing both quality and affordability, and who doesn't want that? This romper comes in heather grey or black taupe and it's soft as jersey sheets. You can dress it up with a pair of wedges, sunglasses, and a casual cardigan, or pair this loose-fitting piece with flip flops for a chill and cozy appearance.

$45

​M.M.LA Fleur The Constance Dress -- Everstretch

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Doesn't every mama need a sexy black dress for date nights and special occasions? With Everstretch material, M.M.LaFleur's midi dress will quickly become your go-to for night's out in the town.

$70

Wolven Moonlight Mandala Reversible Four-Way Top

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A shirt that can be worn in four different ways, how unique is that? You can wear this as an all black shirt, a solid black shirt with a keyhole in the front, a printed shirt, or a printed shirt with a keyhole at the top of the front. Talk about convenience—you could wear the same shirt four times in one week and no one would be the wiser.

$68

MISSGUIDED Purple Floral Print Cut Out Skater Dress

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Why can't moms dress in cool clothing on the weekend or after work hours? Be daring: opt for a dress that has a low cut v-neck and also shows just enough of your back to make you feel sexy without being too revealing. The purple hues within the floral pattern are seriously gorgeous.

$23

L*SPACE Off Duty Short

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Flattering on all body types, these retro inspired gym shorts are made from ultra soft French terry rib fabric. No joke, you will want to wear these all day, forego pajamas, and keep these cuties on while you're sleeping at night.

$75

Onzie Biker Babe One Piece

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This one piece incorporates two of the biggest trends this year, tie dye and biker shorts. ONZIE created a form fitting outfit that can be worn at the gym, during your fave hot yoga class, or as a stylish option for everyday wear. We promise, you'll look like the coolest mom everywhere you go, because let's be real, you already are.

$66

​A Pea In The Pod BB Dakota Under Belly Maternity Jogger Pant

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Resembling fluffy cotton candy clouds, these joggers stretch to fit pregnant, postpartum moms (even if your kids are all grown up). Their timeless look blended with maximum comfort makes for the perfect pair of pants.

$33.97

​ASTR the LABEL Geraldine Lettuce Edge Top

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Not only is this crop top affordable, but you can quite literally match it with anything: biker shorts, skinny jeans, leggings, or skirts. The ruffled lettuce edge adds a nice touch, setting this shirt apart from all of the rest. Let's get rid of the stereotype that moms must cover up—why don't we show a little belly, feel proud of our bodies, and strut our stuff once in a while?

$28

​Frank and Oak The Oversized Tie Dye T-Shirt

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The loose fit of this tie dye shirt causes total comfort, and who doesn't want that? This tee pairs well with biker shorts, leggings, and skinny jeans. They're available in pink or green, so you can pick your fave or perhaps buy both!

$29.99

​LEZAT Jessie Brushed Jogger

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Affordable pricing? Check. High quality clothing? You bet! These joggers are made from extra soft, recycled nude pink fabric. For a matching set, you can add their cute cami to your shopping cart and still, your purchase will only come to a total of $60. We can't recommend this brand's clothing selection enough!

$40

​Peruvian Connection Conservatory Dress

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This dress can transition from summer to fall if you throw on a nice jacket and brown boots. Depending on how you choose to accessorize, you can dress it up casually or professionally.

$72

​Pistola Trina Muscle Tee

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Muscle tees are making a huge comeback for men and women alike. When the soft cotton material is cloaked in a feminine pattern, we're all bound to fall in love.

$68
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The important safety tip parents need to know about sleep + car seats

Why you might want to plan for more pit stops on your next road trip.

When we become parents we don't just have to learn how to take care of a baby, we also have to learn how, when and why to use all the different kinds of baby gear.


There is so much to learn and when it comes to car seats there is one rule many parents haven't heard of: infants shouldn't be left in car seats for more than an hour at a time, and they should never nap in a car seat outside the vehicle.

According to multiple studies, babies are at risk for decreased oxygen levels while in car seats, especially when the car is not in motion or the trip lasts for an extended period of time. Although preterm babies or infants with respiratory conditions are most at-risk, there is good reason for all families to take proper precautions.

As Scottish mother-of-two Kirsti Clark recently told STV, she had no idea that infants shouldn't be left in car seats for more than an hour at a time until her 3-week-old daughter, Harper, had a seizure following a car trip that went longer than expected. It was a situation not unfamiliar to many other families: The Clarks simply got stuck in traffic and then left Harper in the seat while they put their older daughter to bed.

When Harper's father then took her out of her car seat she seemed like she could not get comfortable on his lap, Metro reports. Her father tried to settle her on a play mat and that's when the baby suffered a seizure. The Clarks rushed to the hospital where she was treated and thankfully recovered. But, Clark says one of the biggest shocks to her was that these guidelines even exist.

"I've never once been told a child should not be in a car seat for any length of time," she told STV. "Nowhere in the instruction booklets or any guidance that we've seen online has there been anything mentioned about breathing difficulties."

This is why some hospitals do what's known as a "car seat challenge" with preterm babies before discharge, which allows professionals to monitor the baby's cardiorespiratory stability when they're in their car seat.

Make sure all care providers know to never use a car seat for naps 

Sharon Evans, a trauma injury prevention coordinator at Cook Children's Hospital, told WFAA News the idea that car seats can be used for naps outside the car is a pretty common misconception that needs to be cleared up.

"There's nothing about the car seat that's designed to sleep," she told WFAA News. "Of course, if the straps aren't tight, the child can kind of slump down."

Safety experts say parents should make sure everyone who looks after the baby, including daycare providers and babysitters, understands that they should not be placed in the car seat outside of the vehicle.

Lisa Smith tells WFAA News she did understand the risks associated with car seat naps and didn't let her baby daughter, Mia, nap in the car seat. Tragically, at nearly 18 months old Mia was left to nap in a car seat at her licensed home daycare, and lost her life to positional asphyxia, or restricted breathing. Now Smith, like Clark, is on a mission to educate other parents to make sure this doesn't happen to another child.

"I walk around town and see people using a car seat on the seats at restaurants or putting them on the floor at tables," Smith says, adding that she will tell Mia's story to parents when she sees a baby napping in a car seat, letting them know kindly, "'I just want you to be really careful.'"

What parents should do

Researchers with the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Canadian Paediatric Society agree with Smith: The most dangerous time for a baby to be in a car seat is when they're not actually in a car. So while it may seem convenient to leave a sleeping babe in their car seat after a long trip or while you're at a restaurant, it's best to take them out right away.

The AAP recommends that when you are using the car seat as intended in the car, plan"to stop driving and give yourself and your child a break about every two hours." In the case of babies younger than one month, some car seat researchers recommend avoiding unnecessarily long road trips.

"Restrict it to say, no more than half an hour or so," Professor Peter Fleming, a noted car seat researcher, told the BBC. (If you've got to go farther than that, just plan for rest stops to get baby out of the car seat.)

All this comes with one significant note: While baby is in a moving car, safely buckled into a car seat is always the safest place to be. As noted in a study The Journal of Pediatrics, babies riding in a car seat as per the manufacturer's guidelines have a very low risk of suffocation or strangulation from the harness straps.

If we're aware of the risks and make sure to take breaks and take the baby out of the seat when the car stops, everyone can ride safely. Car seats, when used properly, are a literal lifesaver we should all be thankful for.

[Update, September 13, 2018: Added information regarding Lisa Smith's case.]

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