Extramarital affairs and infidelity are devastating enough. But what happens when a child is born?
There's one thing you can be certain of when starting a family: you’re about to be inundated with advice. Here's how to deal with those unwanted opinions of others.
I had my children so late that when I went through early menopause three years after my second child was born, I realised I'd been pushing my luck waiting so long. Truthfully, I hadn't felt ready to have kids a minute before I did. Now though, while my kids' peers have mums in their 30s, I am in the latter half of my 40s. And I'm also an only child of parents who are in their late 70s, placing me firmly in the sandwich generation: Caring for aging parents and raising young children at the same time.
Can you do it? Yes, but only if you're willing to give children the following nine things.
My just-turned-3-year-old is having a hard time adjusting to his baby brother (10 months) being mobile and able to steal toys.
For years, there is so much focus on the firsts. But suddenly the lasts come hurtling at you.
Long before she became pregnant, Grace and her husband decided they only wanted one child. Six years after having their daughter, they stand by their choice.
There's nothing like a little bit of schadenfreude in a family unit.
Let's redefine what it means to be a good parent.
Dads play a role in their children's life that is at least as important as mums.
Until now, the comedian has not revealed much about her marriage to Chris Fischer.
More “xennials” are seeking professional help with a very personal choice.
Imagine the scene if you will.