Conception

Worth the wait: our miracle baby via embryo adoption

Alison Bradshaw 2:38pm After 10 years of trying for a baby, Cara and her husband John tried an alternative route to parenthood.

Pregnancy

Advice people won't give you (but probably should) in your third trimester

Jessica Bartlett These are the 'school of hard knocks' lessons I've learned in my last three months of pregnancy, and I'm sharing them with you – because if not me, then who will?

Birth

Baby born at New York's World Trade Centre

JOSHUA JAMERSON 8:27am The first baby born at the new World Trade Centre was delivered yesterday on a concourse inside the $3.9 billion transportation hub.

Baby

Breastfeeding: making it work when you return to work

PINKY MCKAY 2:16pm While more and more women are making breastfeeding work as they return to paid employment, for many the decision is fraught with worry about how they'll manage.

Toddler

Be careful what you wish for

JO HARTLEY Remember that chubby little baby who rocked on all fours? Remember how you wished he would start to crawl? Then remember how you felt once he did?

Mummydesking: the new hotdesking

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LUCY BATTERSBY It is a paradise that only working parents of small children can understand: a place to sit for three hours without any interruptions while someone looks after the kids.

Sugary drinks blamed for removal of toddlers' rotten teeth

Kids break out of daycare centre, cross busy highway

When toddlers have strange obsessions

Why I'm glad to be an indulgent granny

Lifestyle

Mums unite to get birth photographer's Instagram account reinstated

Staff writers 1:46pm A photographer whose unique images capture the beauty of childbirth and breastfeeding has had her Instagram account disabled after complaints about her pictures.

Wellbeing

Health watchdog puts new mums on a diet

CATHERINE RODIE Under a new scheme, new mums will be assessed by their GPs during their six-week check, and women who are overweight will be told to go on a diet with weekly targets.

When Mama Bear strikes

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JO HARTLEY When we become mums, our instinct to protect our children and keep them safe from harm is so strong we're often likened to a Mama Bear protecting her cubs.  

Is this the worst relationship advice ever published?

What not to say to a new mum

How to help your marriage survive after having a baby

'Leakers Anonymous': where mums go for support