The singer and certified doula will serve as the midwife to a singer who recently announced her pregnancy.
The proud parents shared the most adorable photos of their Gemini baby.
This hilarious family deserve their roses now.
Fans were eager to get their hands on the new serum the reality star refers to as her secret weapon.
Arielle and Arianna Williams, who graduated at the top of their class, also received more than $1 million in scholarships.
Mother's Day 2020 ushered in a wave of heartwarming posts from celebrities who were all about showing some extra special love this year.
While we're practicing social distancing, the reality star is moisturizing her skin and working on her next business move.
In honor of Infertility Awareness Week, ESSENCE spoke to three brave mothers who came out on the other side with their baby. Their experiences may be different, but the message is the same: don’t lose hope!
The journey to parenthood can be a bumpy one. These celebrity women shared their infertility struggles publicly to let others know they're not alone.
The talk show host shared an apology on Friday for homophobic and transphobic comments made during Thursday's "Hot Topics."
Sustainable sleep never looked or felt so good.
It’s baby-making time, but how can you best prepare your body for the job?
The multi-year collaboration with Away Travel kicks off with a specially co-designed collection of luggage and travel accessories.
Childbirth is beautiful, but it isn’t easy. With these five c-section recovery tips, you’ll bounce back just fine.
Mashayla Harper was 36 weeks pregnant when she was hit by a drunk driver while leaving her baby shower. The man behind the wheel has previous DUIs.
In addition to allegedly being in violation of several city codes, Ward 11 Councilwoman Dona Brady allegedly fears that the hospitality center would add to drug-related issues that her ward is facing.
From Porsha Williams's precious baby girl PJ to Tamron Hall's adorable babe Moses, these adorable newborns raised our baby fever to the highest degree.
"We are truly our ancestors' wildest dreams," Sydney Labat, one of the Tulane University medical students in the photo said on Twitter.