From the outside looking in you would think I had everything a girl could want: a happy marriage, an amazing son, a beautiful home and a dog. Appearances can be deceiving, I do have it all, but what I don’t have is all my children at home.
A collaboration between more than 60 charities across the UK, Baby Loss Awareness Week is held from 9th to 15th October to raise awareness about the key issues affecting those who have experienced pregnancy loss or baby death in the UK. October 15th marks International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day.
It’s a hot and sunny day and you’re walking through a park or relaxing in the garden. In order to protect your little one from the sun and heat, you cover the stroller with a muslin or blanket. WRONG! Cove...
How should you safely put your baby to sleep? What equipment do you need? What is normal when it comes to infant sleeping patterns? New dad Dr Tom York answers your questions!
The moment you see the blue line of your pregnancy test, you see yourself as a parent. You imagine yourself holding a baby, pushing a baby in a pram and start planning how your life will be. Do I need a new car...
Marina Fogle: ‘I never saw my son open his eyes or smile, but at least I told him how much he was loved’
Last August, on the final day of what had been a blissful summer holiday, my world was rocked, suddenly and tragically. I awoke from a general anaesthetic to find that not only had I lost the little boy I was carrying but I had also very nearly died myself.