Her dream of becoming a back-up dancer for Janet Jackson quashed by a distinct lack of talent, Kylie Orr was forced into a day job of writing. She has four children and one husband to fuel her inspiration.
Kylie Orr You can be an incredibly attentive parent and still experience the stress of a child disappearing.
Kylie Orr Guilted into christening your kids?
Kylie Orr Her son began - and hopefully ended - his life of crime with a shoplifted chocolate bar. Kylie Orr shares her experiences with sticky-fingered kids - and how to deal with them.
Kylie Orr For Kylie Orr, newborns are the best - but by the time her kids turn three, she's almost ready to send them back.
Kylie Orr Until her third child, Kylie Orr had never had a climber. She's now got her second injury-prone Spiderman-wannabe ... and it's driving her up the wall.
Kylie Orr Empty threats are often blurted out by parents in the heat of the moment, when frustration with our children trumps all else.
Kylie Orr It may start with the birth of your child, or take a good few years to set in, but you will eventually turn into your mother, Kylie Orr writes. But is it really so bad after all?
Kylie Orr Her toddler will eventually pronounce words properly, but Kylie Orr loves the mispronunciations her son is coming up with along the way. Sceezy cuggle, anyone?
Kylie Orr Kylie Orr has always loved reading, and is passing that love on to her children. She lists her family's favourite books, and asks what she might have missed.
Kylie Orr Gathering facts with young children as fact-givers can be a fruitless task. Kylie Orr shares the shame of the dumbest questions she's asked her kids.
Kylie Orr As I mounted the steps of the fabulous new childcare building, my gut churned with the familiar dread at settling a child into care. Again.
Kylie Orr It's a rare parent who doesn't dread the toilet training process – and after going through it three times, Kylie Orr is just over it.
Kylie Orr For my eldest son's first birthday, my husband suggested we find a babysitter and go to the pub. The child would not know the difference and we needed to celebrate the fact we were still alive.