Parenting blogger, Sophie Cachia AKA The Young Mummy, has appeared on the cover of Mother & Baby magazine while breastfeeding her baby daughter.
The moment your toddler has PM (that’s Public Meltdown) so epic you’re forced, or sometimes even asked to vacate the building. The presenter who now lives in France with her rugby player husband, Richie Myler, had initially shared a sweet snap of her little one walking into his new playgroup, admitting she was nervous about his first day.
Whether it’s ever ok to discipline someone else’s child is one of the thorniest parenting topics around. So it’s no surprise that the debate has been reignited once again online by a mum seeking advice from other parents.
For many mums-to-be pregnancy yoga is a gentle way to exercise and get in some precious bonding time with your baby. Carlee Benear, 29, from Texas, who is mum to Milam, five, Cale, two, and Maramaylee, five weeks, first developed a love of yoga after gaining weight during her first and second pregnancies. Taking to her Instagram account to share gravity-defying poses with her tiny baby latched to her breast, Carlee’s followers have been quick to express their awe at the mum’s multi-tasking abilities.
Fast forward six years and Leah says her parenting situation couldn’t have turned out better. In an article for The Guardian, Leah explained that she and the father of her daughter, Cecelia, spent four and a half months drawing up a 16-page legal and philosophical agreement about how to raise their daughter together. According to Leah, the pre-nup enabled her and Cecilia’s dad to have “the best of both worlds” when it comes to co-parenting.
Conceiving a child is usually a happy and exciting time for a couple. But for the one in six couples who experience infertility issues, their experience may be a lot more stressful, more uncertain and more like Dan Majesky’s.