5 reasons why going from 2 to 3 kids isn’t as scary as you’d think

Depending on which study you read, parents of three or more children are the happiest. But sometimes the prospect of adding to a clan of one or two is enough to scare some parents into remission. Kath, a working mum-of-three, once said to the Mother Side’s Lauren that going from one to two children is … More 5 reasons why going from 2 to 3 kids isn’t as scary as you’d think

WBW2017: Q&A with Dr Amy Brown, writer of ‘Breastfeeding Uncovered’

What better way to mark the end of World Breastfeeding Week 2017 than a Q&A with the brilliant Dr Amy Brown, Associate Professor at Swansea University, specialising in breastfeeding and infant nutrition. You may have read one of her fantastic books, seen her brilliant videos about the needs of babies, or read one of her many HuffPost articles… we … More WBW2017: Q&A with Dr Amy Brown, writer of ‘Breastfeeding Uncovered’

WBW2017: Nursing through Pregnancy and Tandem Breastfeeding

As part of World Breastfeeding Week, Mother Sider Lyndsey has written us a fantastic post about nursing her oldest son, Thomas, through her second pregnancy and tandem feeding him alongside his little brother, Samuel. We hadn’t heard of tandem feeding before having our own babies, yet many women tandem feed twins or a toddler and baby … More WBW2017: Nursing through Pregnancy and Tandem Breastfeeding

How it feels: To have your child groomed by paedophiles online.

Every guest post we’ve featured thus far has played on our emotions as parents – the time we spend talking to our guest writers, the editing of their words… we’re often left humbled, inspired and amazed at their bravery and capacity to not only carry on during some seriously tough times but also to write … More How it feels: To have your child groomed by paedophiles online.

How it feels: Having a child with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Mother Sider Della has three brilliant boys. Her middle son has Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), which is often met with a supreme lack of understanding and, as with so many of the things our guest writers write about, ignorance and rudeness. Here, Della gives us a glimpse into O’s world and the challenges he faces, alongside breaking … More How it feels: Having a child with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)