• The family who'll have five babies under 14 months

    Julie Grygla wasn't sure she wanted to have children. Now the US woman and her husband Dave are set to become parents to five babies under the age of 14 months.

    Julie Grygla and her sons Abraham, Brady and Christian.
  • Early daze: the first week of motherhood

    Greer Berry has dreamt about having a baby for a long time. Now the new mum reflects on the first week of parenthood following the birth of her son Sullivan.

    There is a lot to learn during the first week of motherhood.
  • Meet the baby beauty queen

    Excited parents-to-be go to pregnancy ultrasounds hoping to see a healthy, growing baby. But Amanda Collins had no doubt what she saw on the screen when she went for a scan at 20 weeks pregnant - a future beauty queen who would be born catwalk ready.

    'I knew she was a stunner when I saw the ultrasound image': Amanda Collins' daughter Luna.
  • Am I ignoring my baby?

    Some mums are wracked with guilt when they leave their baby on the floor to attend to daily tasks. But really, this guilt is unwarranted.

    Feel guilty you're not giving your baby attention 24/7? You're not alone.
  • Ashton Kutcher explains how daughter Wyatt was named

    Ashton Kutcher has revealed he and fiance Mila Kunis registered newborn daughter Wyatt Isabelle's name on Twitter and Instagram before the baby girl was even born.

    Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher regularly attend LA Lakers games together.

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The family who'll have five babies under 14 months

LETITIA ROWLANDS Julie Grygla wasn't sure she wanted to have children. Now the US woman and her husband Dave are set to become parents to five babies under the age of 14 months.

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Pregnancy

Oligohydramnios: the facts

Staff writers Oligohydramnios is when the amount of amniotic fluid is too low in pregnancy. Learn what the symptoms are and how it is treated.

Why it's time to end the three-month secrecy rule

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When you’re open about things, it gives other people permission to do the same. You hear the truth of other people’s lives and realise others aren’t perfect.

When pregnancy messes with your self-esteem

The devastation of foetal alcohol spectrum disorders

Why it's possible to not realise you're pregnant until the baby arrives

What to eat and avoid during pregnancy

Birth

The birth photos too graphic for Facebook

CATHERINE RODIE Now that Facebook has relaxed its rules around breastfeeding photos, it seems they're cracking down on birth photos.

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Would you want your mother-in-law at your baby's birth?

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Catherine Rodie Here is a surprising statistic: according to a poll carried out by the UK Baby Show, one in five women say that they would like their mother-in-law to be present when they give birth.

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'My miracle is finally here'

The mum-to-be who never got to meet her baby

European holiday one week, motherhood the next: student gives birth to surprise baby

The facts on inductions

Baby

My husband and I disagree about breastfeeding

Emily Yoffe 8:42pm Before our baby was born, we decided I would breastfeed for a year. But now I'm miserable.

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Lifestyle

How William Tyrell's disappearance changed a town

Dan Proudman 11:15am There is a black cloud hanging over the tiny town of Kendall. And the cloud has a name: William Tyrell.

Wellbeing

Why you need a date night - and how to make it happen

JO HARTLEY When we become parents, our relationship with our partner inevitably evolves very quickly. But it's important to keep close - and date nights can help.

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