"I am cut out of EVERY SINGLE PICTURE" The woman says she asked her mother and mother-in-law to man the family camera at her daughter's first birthday. She said they both got some really great photos of her daughter, but there was something very odd about every image her mother-in-law took.
However, the woman also confessed that she's "probably going to be at the evening do for two hours max" and it "seems like a waste of money having to buy yet another dress that will only be worn for a few hours." She added: "I don't think the bride will mind but I'm more concerned about other guests' opinions." The woman wanted to wear this outfit to a wedding.
“It has definitely introduced some positive behavioural changes into our family routine.” As a mother of two young boys and wife to Aussie musician Guy Sebastian, Jules Sebastian knows she has to be on top of her game to keep up with her energetic family.
"We have even been called cruel" "Our daughter is called Alexa before the Amazon thing came out," wrote the mum in her post to Mumsnet , "and we were thinking about changing her name for obvious reasons but we stayed firm with it as it is." She said she has "come under pressure" from others to consider changing her daughter's name.
A little while later, my brothers Harry and Chris and my dad, Father Nicholas, arrived to help me. Cuddling him, I felt a surge of love I’d never experienced before. Mum and Myrianthi were with me and fell in love with my twins instantly too.
Sunshine Coast mum, Corissa Macklin-Rice, travelled to the jungle of Peru in June 2017 seeking radical ancient remedies in a desperate bid to cure her cancer and live for her children. Corissa, a passionate animal rights campaigner, had terminal cancer and was told she only had months left to live.
“We’re trying to hold on.” Police looking at medical episode Malaysia, who grew up in New York City and was no stranger to the subway system, lived in Stamford, Connecticut, and was in town visiting her cousins and doing a little shopping in the city at the time, the mum said.
"Stop beating yourself up for your sleep choices, or putting pressures on yourself, the people who say negative things aren’t there at bedtime." I have three children. Stop beating yourself up for your sleep choices, or putting pressures on yourself, the people who say negative things aren’t there at bedtime.
Blonde hair + chlorine = Green ... When a pool contains copper (from products used to treat algae usually) then chlorine will oxidise the copper and that is what turns your hair green. Super obviously green." Cassandra, Tasmanian mum of one: "I was blonde as a kid..
"This is so she doesn't serve the same people the same thing the next time they come for dinner. Etiquette from a different time A lot of people noted that this is something their mothers did and had passed on to them.
Adele Barbaro, the Real Mumma, has shared her deepest mummy secrets and we love her for it. Source: Adele Barbaro The Real Mumma Blog . Some nights they don’t have a shower and some days I forget to brush their teeth.
Image: iStock Unfortunately, most of us are familiar with mum-shaming Open and public criticism of mothers is sadly an everyday occurrence. Sixty-year-old women have told me they still feel like this.” Still, it’s pretty hypocritical for them to be so judgey when the attitude to parenting was so much more ‘what evs’ when we were kids.
So please stop, do stop, trying to sell me your stuff, I don’t want to get into a huff." I don’t want your MLM, Mum I am Would I like some Tupperware?
"Most parents panic, but they shouldn’t." Of course, the trick is not to get caught in the first place, and Jocelyn says putting a lock on the door is what most parents think about after they’ve been busted being sexually intimate.
Source: supplied One stick, many uses Mums with unwell babies applauded the post, thanking Crystal for sharing the very unique piece of parenting advice.
All of a sudden people stopped playing with their kids and they came up and asked me what he looked like.” Jess instantly pulled out a picture of Annabelle and Joe from her phone, a snap she’d taken while waiting in the ticket queue.
"Tea time came and partners mum asked if DD (darling daughter) would like a sandwich for her tea and I said 'no, she can eat her roast dinner she didn't touch'." The mother-in-law replied, "Really?!
"Seven hours, five days for five years" The woman, clearly unsure about how to broach the topic with her sister, asked the internet for advice. "That's madness" Others suggested the sister is a little cheeky for expecting such a commitment: "Is she actually expecting you to look after the child full time?
The 28-year-old solo mum from Napier checked her letterbox the day after New Year's Day to find an angry note from a neighbour, threatening to call her landlord and child services because of her son's yelling.
"I'm so uptight, and now just really angry that my hard earned Christmas break is being ruined." It's a new year and we're all trying to start the year fresh, leaving behind all of our old bad habits.
"He takes every visitor we have had since he got it to his room to see it." "I’ve been overwhelmed by all the comments and likes on the Kmart Facebook page," she admitted.
A Queensland mum bought two limited edition Care Bears in Big W for her daughters — only to discover they’re not exactly the same. Tanichkar Alis, from Mackay, central Queensland, snapped up two limited edition Care Bears from Big W on Wednesday, only to discover that not everything was as it seemed.