This time though, the mom shares a useful comeback for any other mom who encounters the unpleasant situation. “I was completely shocked…” wrote Lane in a Facebook post. “So I then called the Military Police so they could come and inform him of them,” she writes.
Socialite Tamara Ecclestone, 32, has divided her followers once again after posting another picture of herself breastfeeding her daughter, Sophia, 3.
Parenting blogger, Sophie Cachia AKA The Young Mummy, has appeared on the cover of Mother & Baby magazine while breastfeeding her baby daughter.
There's not much that can stand between a beauty fan and her next hair color appointment. But for Kentucky-based nurse and midwife Carrie Hall, one thing stopped her mid-highlight: A mom in labor.
Introducing baby Romeo and Juliet! Is this the cutest coincidence ever? In the cutest coincidence ever two babies called Romeo and Juliet were born in adjoining hospital rooms just hours apart. Morgan and Edwin Hernandez’s baby boy, Romeo, was born at Blufton Hospital in South Carolina on Saturday 18 March.
Speaking to Good Morning America he admitted that pre-kids he sympathised with parents who were desperately trying to keep little ones quiet on a flight. “I was always like ‘God that’s hard’,” he told Good Morning America.
In this photo, Owen Scrivens noticed that one of his son’s eyes was red while the other had a white reflection. Jaxson Scrivens was about a year old when his parents, Owen and Emily, observed something odd after taking a photo of him on their smartphone. Gazing at the photo, Owen noticed that one of his son’s eyes was red while the other eye had a white reflection.
First little hat, first booties, hospital nametag…But Rochelle Humes has chosen something a little bit more unusual to celebrate the arrival of her second daughter by opting to have her newborn’s umbilical cord turned into art work and framed. The 27-year-old singer and TV presenter who welcomed her second daughter, Valentina Raine with husband Marvin Humes last week, took to Instagram to share an image of her baby girl’s dehydrated umbilical cord arranged into the word ‘love’ alongside a pot of placenta capsules. According to some experts placenta pills are said to aid recovery after birth, and provide post-birth nutrients to new mums.
“Last night, having a meal at 7 in a nice pub and a parent got their child to use the potty by their table,” she wrote on the forum. “Why not take the potty to the toilet and put the child there, they are learning to use the toilet, so parents should do that.
Please welcome the newest celebrity hairstylist, new mother Angie Dunn of Idaho. “When he came out the doctor was like ‘wow, he has a lot of hair,’ and all of the nurses, everybody was like ‘look at the hair, look at the hair!'”, Dunn told local news channel KVTB. “The first thing is always like his hair, ‘oh my gosh that hair’ everybody always says, whenever we go anywhere,” Dunn says.
(All photos courtesy Kris Baum Photography) How far would you go for your BFF? One woman went as far as carrying her bestie’s child. Australians Calie Fletcher and Jeni Mitchell have been friends for 20 years. When Fletcher couldn’t conceive a second child, her best friend stepped up to the plate and offered to be her surrogate.
Breastfeeding is hard. And one mom wants other new moms to know it’s natural to struggle with this “natural” task.
Struggling to get your kid to fall asleep at night? Jordan Watson’s viral video will show you how. The hilarious instructional video, which Watson posted on Facebook last week, has already garnered over 21 million views and there’s more where that came from. Watson’s “How To Dad” channel features a variety of tongue-in-cheek “how to” videos ranging from “How to wash a car with a baby” to “How to go grocery shopping with a baby,” all while dressed in his signature ratty t-shirt, jean shorts and scruffy beard.
It’s taken Alexandra Kilmurray 18 months to look herself in the mirror without breaking down in tears. The mom of two recently took to Instagram to share a real glimpse into post-pregnancy life, accompanied by a brutally honest post that has since gone viral.
Could acupuncture help soothe babies with colic? As any parent who’s had a baby with colic will understand you’d literally try anything to stop the crying. The research published in Acupuncture in Medicine found that the practice may reduce incidences of excessive crying in babies who have a condition known as infantile colic.
Remember how upset the Internet was last year when parents cracked open their kids’ sippee cups to find them riddled with mould? Well prepare for mould gate part two because turns out your baby’s favourite teething toy might not be quite so hygienic either.
Lyndsay and Matthew Brentlinger received an early Christmas miracle. Sadly, the family of four did not have much time together. Knowing they didn’t have much time together, a family friend reached out to local photographer Lindsey Brown.
While you might be well aware of what 2016’s most popular baby names were, and what we’re likely to call our kids in 2017, have you ever considered what they’ll be in 83 years?
Are there advantages to having a Christmas baby? Recent research by Indiana University found that babies conceived in December were more likely to be healthy as infants and adults, while trying to conceive in June was apparently ‘toxic’ resulting in more premature births.
Choosing a baby name is one heck of a minefield. Do you play it safe and go for something popular – so what if there are six little Lily’s on the nursery register? Or do you go down the celebrity route and pick something a little off the wall – we’re looking at you Gwynnie, Kim K et al?
Janet Jackson has given birth to her first child at the age of 50, whom she called Eissa Al Mana. A statement said that her and her husband Wissam Al Mana were “thrilled” to welcome him to the world – and, according to the BBC, that “Janet had a stress-free healthy delivery and is resting comfortably”.
You need to nip to the shop/pay for the petrol/grab a quick caffeine hit but you have the children with you in the car. One woman who very much falls into the ‘take them with you’ camp has penned a post about the moment she confronted a mum who left her children in the car to get a takeaway coffee. Melinda Ayre from Australia wrote that as she was eating breakfast with a friend she noticed a mother park her car beside her and leave her three young children inside while she went to buy a coffee, only to return around 15 minutes later.