Speaking on The Ellen Degeneres Show, Kim Kardashian has shared a genius breastfeeding hack for coping with sibling rivalry.
An NHS Trust has advised parents to ditch the nicknames they adopt to describe private parts to children.
Mums have taken to parenting site Mumsnet to share some of the most ridiculous baby names they've come across.
To celebrate Real Nappy Week we've rounded up 5 totally reasonable reasons to rethink reusable nappies.
According to the parenting support site, 60% of parents have taken floral inspiration for their daughters’ names, while 40% opted for names themed around trees. The top three baby names for boys this spring are Owen, Maxwell and Neo, while Denver, Brooke and Skye also make the top 10. “Interestingly, the results from our poll show that for girls, the seasonal theme of spring has a far greater influence on the baby naming process, than for boys,” Faye Mingo, Marketing Director at Emma’s Diary told The Sun.
Baby-proofing your home is part and parcel of parenting, but by going overboard on keeping your baby bump-free are we stopping them learning their natural boundaries?
Socialite Tamara Ecclestone, 32, has divided her followers once again after posting another picture of herself breastfeeding her daughter, Sophia, 3.
A new survey by ChannelMum.com has revealed that a quarter of new mums admit to feeling 'disappointed' about the gender of their baby.
Parenting blogger, Sophie Cachia AKA The Young Mummy, has appeared on the cover of Mother & Baby magazine while breastfeeding her baby daughter.
Easter = chocolate right? Especially when it comes to over-excited small people. But, if you want to side-step the inevitable sugar-rush, stuffed little faces and sticky fingers, here’s our round up of the best non-chocolate Easter Gifts for kids.
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 image shows a white babygrow with the words “This shirt is daddy-proof” emblazoned across it as well as arrows pointing to where the baby’s arms and head should go. “See, this could be funny if it wasn’t singling out dads,” she wrote.
You can count on Pink to sprinkle a little body positivity when it’s needed. The 37-year-old mum-of-two just delivered a dollop of realness to all women, particularly other new mums who are learning to love their new post-baby bodies.
Fans of the ancient practice hail swaddling as an easy and effective way to soothe babies and help them get a good night’s sleep. Experts believe some infants enjoy being swaddled because the cosiness mimics the close comfort of their mother’s womb. What’s more, swaddling is also believed to reduce the effects of the Moro reflex, the sudden jerky movement of their arms and legs that babies have until they’re around four months. In fact, the traditional practice can be pretty divisive, even among parenting experts.