By Melissa Cohler on 11/12/2007 in forum
Any single mum's out there??
Hi, just writing to see if thee are any single mum's who would like to chat!! Im due in MArch, so far my pregnancy has been great, I have so much support form my friends and family x
Full Time Mum|
By claire coray on 02/05/2008 in forum
....Full Time Mum Advice....
Hi Ladies Congratulations,Just wanted to know, instead of going back to work after 9 months maturnity leave, I sort of decided to be a full time mum.. but how would you get paid for being a full time mum without signing back onto JSA which woul
Mums and Babies of Nov 08!|
By Claire D, bump, baby Grace and Christopher! on 30/12/2010 in forum
New thread for mums from the due Nov thread
Hi girls Well now that we have all had our babies (well the regulars anyway - sorry to anyone I missed) I thought I would start this nice shiny new thread where we can all talk about our gorgeous babies and their crying, pooping, winding, feeding etc and share our stories, gossip...
Older mums' experiences wanted|
By ThinkBaby on 13/03/2006 in News
The Mail on Sunday are looking for experiences and thoughts on being an older mum.
freedom. Do you have any regrets about delaying motherhood, and what are the pros and cons of being an older mum? Please contact me at email@example.com by 17th March 2006. Thanks.
Guide for working mums and mums-to-be|
By Kimberley Smith on 08/09/2010 in Pregnancy, work & childcare
Want to know more about working during pregnancy, maternity leave, maternity entitlement, childcare, returning to work, expressing milk and being a working mum? Phew! Well, start here...
Being a working mumMillions of women mix being a mum with their career every day, while others choose stay at home to be a full-time parent. "Juggling" is a familiar phrase mums use to describe balancing their lives but the development of maternity
Tech savvy mums|
By Monica Stylli on 01/08/2008 in Your baby and you
Modern mums lead the way when it comes to technology in the home says new survey
A recent study suggests that more than half of modern mums are in control of the technology in their homes. 1000 women took part in the survey carried out by Windows Live and the results showed that 55% of mums questioned were in charge
Mums lead the organic revolution|
By Monica Stylli on 07/09/2007 in Feeding
A new survey released by the Soil Association shows that 8 in 10 mums believe organic food is better for their families.
with the aim of finding out how ‘organic’ the UK’s mums actually are. The response was interesting with more than 8 in 10 (84%) mums believing that organic food is better for their family. The results also showed that even amongst the most disadvantaged
The riot - mums speak out|
By Daniella Delaney on 10/08/2011 in Baby life
From disgusted to hopeful, mums around the country have been sharing their views on the violence of the last few days and
as look outs, and yesterday acting Scotland Yard commissioner Tim Goodwin made a direct plea to mums, saying: "I do urge now that parents start contacting their children and asking where their children are." We've heard the views of many, from the police
New mum - aches and pains|
By Maria Muennich on 31/07/2007 in Your baby and you
Aches and pains are to be expected for a new mum in the early weeks, here's what to expect and how to cope
of being a new mum: the impact of all that picking up, carrying, comforting and feeding isn't to be underestimated, particularly not if you're also losing sleep. Few new mums escape aches and pains in the weeks after birth, so next time you see
New mum - money worries|
By Maria Muennich on 03/08/2007 in Your baby and you
Few mums start off their parenting life without financial worries, here are some ideas for how to manage
Money worries are something that most new mums have to deal with. Even if you're planning on returning to work before long, for at least a few months you'll take a cut in income just as you take on all the new costs associated with a baby. If you