Woman who "procreated with an idiot" sparks debate after she says she worries about the impact he is having on her child.
A grandmother has gone online to ask if she's being unreasonable to expect her daughter to pay her for looking after her grandson.
The Duke of Cambridge recently admitted that he struggles with Princess Charlotte's ponytail.
Jay-Z and Beyoncé have kept their babies out of the spotlight, but they're now sharing an intimate family photo album with the world.
A mum is using her maternity leave to travel the world with her family for the second time, and we’re every bit as jealous as we were before.
Is it time to stop apologising for our children’s behaviour? When I end up in one of those awkward ‘you go, no you go’ stand-offs with a stranger, despite the fact it’s nobody’s fault, I’m the first to offer my humble apologies for getting in their way. Surely, motherhood could cure me of my loose-lipped apologies, but somehow having children (twins) has made me up my sorry game even more.
The new mums and dads confessed that the hardest part of being a parent was the constant tidying up (25%), while sleepless nights (22%) and the battle to simply get their baby to sleep (14%) also came high on the difficulty list. All this adds to the perfect parenting pressures with almost three quarters (73%) saying that during the first year with a baby they felt pressure from friends and family to be a ‘perfect’ parent.
Blogger Constance Hall finally decided to speak out about the criticism she received after one particularly blatant incident of double standards. Writing on Instagram, the mum explained how she had recently had to change her baby daughter’s nappy in the park because there weren’t adequate changing facilities.
If you have a restless tot who cries himself to sleep, researchers suggest you should let him. In a recent study published Tuesday in the journal Pediatrics, Australian researchers found that allowing babies to “cry it out” can help babies fall asleep sooner and sleep more soundly throughout the night. The study randomly divided 43 sets of infants and parents into three groups – “graduated extinction,” “bedtime fading” and a control group.
It’s something most of us have dreamed of: taking a badly-behaved kids’ ice cream cone and dumping it in the trash. “So… I am the meanest mom ever… Like… Ever,” wrote Jamie Primak Sullivan, star of Bravo’s “Jersey Belle,” on Facebook. In the post, she explained that she took her kids to Dairy Queen for a treat.