Sandra Bullock can charm her way out of even the most disastrous roles. When stalker romcom All About Steve earned her a Worst Actress “Razzie” in 2009 (the same year she won an Oscar for The Blind Side), she turned up to accept the award with a wheelbarrow of DVDs. Actually, the film really wasn’t very good, and I suspect Bullock knew it – but it was hardly the first critical calamity from which she emerged unscathed.
Five years after giving birth mothers are 80 per cent more likely to get breast cancer than women of the same age who don’t have children.
"I look around as I'm walking my daughter to the front door and all we see is rat nest hair, no make-up, eye bags out to wherever."
"Without even knowing me, and without question, [she] stepped up and donated a few ounces to us in the middle of the night."
In a world first the organ was transplanted from a dead 45-year-old woman into a 32-year-old who was born without a womb
It’s reported that Meghan Markle’s mother Doria Ragland (pictured with the Duchess in September) will move in once her grandchild is born. Becoming a new mum is an emotional rollercoaster. Sleep deprivation, physical recovery and the stress and anxiety of navigating the challenges of new parenthood can be a daunting combination.
“This was a difficult challenge avoiding stars and other galactic objects on route to heaven."
According to a recent poll, a large number of parents want their kids to play with traditional toys such as bikes, board games and teddy bears.
A mum to be is extremely angry at her loved ones who are refusing to call her unborn baby by her chosen nickname. An expectant mum is furious after her friends refused to use the nickname she’s chosen for her unborn baby. The mum-to-be revealed on Mumsnet that she had already named her son Alexander Jason, giving him the nickname AJ after being a fan of the moniker since she was was a child.