More than half of men and women admitted they couldn’t care less about seeing other people's baby pictures.
"That’s the thing about life; It is fragile, precious and unpredictable and each day is a gift, not a given right."
Zowiie Williams, mother of six-year-old school boy Callum, wasn’t happy when she learned her son has been disrespectful to a girl in his class. When he did, he used inappropriate language towards the little girl, Williams told Metro. “When your son hurts a girl’s feelings, it’s our job as parents to make him understand how saying things out of anger [and] upset can make other feel,” Williams wrote on Facebook.
A teacher who was suspended for posting sexy selfies on Facebook has quit her job, revealing she “couldn’t go back” after the news went viral.
New mums seeking to validate their parenting skills on social media could experience higher levels of depressive symptoms.
Sarah Cantwell chose to share her birth on social media to show that home births can be a positive experience.
Depression can be all too prevalent, affecting actors, supermodels, singers, doctors, and people from all walks of life. But the common mood disorder is becoming more pervasive in the young. One brave young woman, Katelyn Marie Todd, is opening up on Facebook about what depression feels like and how — when one is in the midst of it — even the smallest things, like brushing your hair, can simply be too much to handle. “I brushed my hair today. For the first time in four weeks,” Todd began her moving Facebook confessional on May 6. “It was matted and twisted together. ...
Last week, a mom from Louisville, Ky. went viral after she posted a sweet exchange with her 5-year-old son on Facebook. In it, she shared how her son Jax wanted to shave his head so he could look just like his best friend Reddy. “He said he couldn’t wait to go to school on Monday with his hair like Reddy’s so that his teacher wouldn’t be able to tell them apart.
“A surgery isn’t birth, my dear,” the photographer wrote. A screenshot of the text exchange between the client and the photographer was posted to the Sanctimommy Facebook page. You are having a surgery to remove your baby from your abdomen,” the photographer wrote in the text message.
“In the past few days, I have received quite a few private messages about a “game” going around where you post a heart, then you are secretly supposed to state it is for breast cancer awareness,” Erin Smith Chieze said in a poignant Facebook post that has been shared over 17,000 times. Chieze said that someone once posted a picture on Facebook of what breast cancer can look like (“not feel, but look like”) and that’s what helped her become more aware. In December 2015, she identified an indentation in her breast that looked similar to one of the pictures she saw, and she “instantly knew” she had breast cancer.
It took a lot of courage for photographer Trina Cary to share a naked self-portrait to social media. Despite taking the time to censor each image so it didn’t violate Facebook’s community standards, every time she posted a nude self-portrait, it was reported.
Mum of a four-week-old Molly Landis has recently written an important message for mums following a frightening accident with a stove. Landis often carries her baby in a wrap carrier to free up her hands while in the kitchen, but on a particular day, the little one fell asleep in her swing and didn’t accompany her to do some cooking.
Audrey Nicole, from Newport News in Virginia, has no bad feelings about her ex-husband’s new girlfriend. Audrey posted a photo of her daughter and her ex’s new girlfriend on the Love What Matters Facebook page.
The 30-year-old took to Instagram to share an image of her daughter, Evie getting her hands and feet printed in clay, but opted to blur out the tot’s face. “You are doing the right thing keeping Evie private. Enjoy every second of motherhood Maria,” added another.