April Daniels Hussar

As Romper’s managing editor, April’s focus is on the day-to-day content that answers the questions keeping parents up at night, as well as big-picture initiatives like partnerships, special issues, and ambitious content packages exploring everything from PTSD in parents, to secondary infertility and navigating the world of “picky eaters.” As part of her role, April also makes media and panel appearances as an expert in the parenting space, from Kids at Play Interactive (KAPi) panel moderator at CES, to a new product judge for the Juvenile Products Manufacturing Association (JPMA). Prior to joining Bustle Digital Group, April was Senior Editor of Parenting at CafeMom. She’s contributed to a host of publications including SELF, Women's Health, Today.com, In Touch, Life & Style, New Jersey Family, and more. Always a California girl at heart, April now makes her home in the wilds of suburban Jersey, where she and her husband are doing the important work of introducing their teen daughter to "old" movies like 'My Cousin Vinnie' and 'Heathers.' You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @aprilhussar

April Daniels Hussar

Had To Share

The Only Thing That Cures My Dry, Itchy, Winter Crocodile Legs



Unfortunately, The Problem Isn't Rich New York Moms

The deliciously deluded wealthy and the search for a bathtub of one’s own.

Love & Grief

A Weirdly Hilarious Book About Losing A Best Friend

Catherine Newman’s debut novel breaks your heart open while you laugh in wonder.


Olivia Wilde Is A Genius

Or: The Salad Dressing Recipe Heard ‘Round The World

Believe Women?

The Grim Lessons Our Kids Are Absorbing From The Johnny Depp-Amber Heard Trial

It’s not good.

You've Got The Look

Brooke Shields On Why We All Need To Talk About Aging In A Totally Different Way

The actor, model, activist, and mother of two is on a mission.

Gift Guide

14 Extra Special Mother's Day Gifts For The (Newly) Empty Nest Mom

This will be my first Mother’s Day since my daughter went to college and it better be good!

The More Things Change

Heather Havrilesky On Her Marriage Memoir & Raising Daughters Who Know Cringe When They See It

“To land in this place over and over again, it’s funny as hell, but it’s also so frustrating because nothing changes.”

Women In War

Ukranian & Russian Mothers Are Sharing Photos, Hoping For Peace

“This is Timothy, my son, and he does not know that there is a war.”


13 Dads Share Their First Photos As Parents

“I couldn't believe I was holding the mini version of myself.”


Keep ‘Em Busy!

How to keep kids entertained with crafts, toys, games, and adventures.

Incredible Humans

What Stacey Abrams Would Tell Her 5-Year-Old Self

'Stacey's Extraordinary Words' is a delightful children’s book based on Stacey Abrams’ own childhood.

Children's Books

Max Greenfield Wrote A Book For All Our Kids Who Don’t Love To Read

“It's a book about not wanting to read a book, in the hopes that your kids read that book.”


"The Courage Is In Trying:" Elizabeth Warren On What Makes Her Deeply Hopeful For Our Kids' World

The Senator’s new children's book, Pinkie Promises, celebrates the win that comes from the attempt.

Camp Romper

Our most magical summer fun ideas for kids and families, from camping tips to the best backyard toys. Dive in!


An Ode To The Mom Friends Who Aren't Moms

I know I wouldn’t be the mom I am today without my friendship with these women.


Amanda Kloots One Year Later

'The Talk' co-host Amanda Kloots on grief, silver linings, and life with Elvis, her “favorite little guy in the world.”


The Most Beautiful Holiday Books For Children

Get carried away while snuggled at home.

Health A to Z

The answers you need in the middle of the night.


Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Message To Moms Could Not Be More Poignant — & Needed — Right Now