How to support grieving parents after the loss of a baby

A child dying is against the natural order of things and losses like this are incredibly difficult to process, not only for the bereaved parents, but also their family and friends. It can be hard to know what to say or do to show that they have your support. Baby Loss Awareness Week It is…

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Tweens & Teens: Tips for tackling the new school year

I don’t know about you but in this household it feels as though this new school year we have hit the ground running! Summer holidays are a distant memory and our Instagram snaps of the beach and icecreams are being swapped out by images of falling leaves, pumpkins and fireplaces. How to tell if your…

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Dads: The boys of summer

It’s been a hectic few weeks so I’m a little late with my look back at the school holidays. So late, in fact, that as I write this the long, hot days seem like a distant memory. It’s been chucking it down with rain for what feels like 95 consecutive hours. Anyhow, let’s reminisce about…

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Mums & Tots: Going to playgroup

How do you feel about playgroups? With a baby it is pretty essential to meet up with other parents so you get some conversation during the day. You might be lucky enough to regularly meet up with friends, but for others baby group is our chance to see a friendly face and have a chat.…

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Funny and surprising advice for new parents #MamiaWisdom #ad

There is no doubt that becoming a parent is full of surprises. Among those is what the experience of caring for a newborn is really like. That’s where newborn baby advice from other parents comes in! There are the things you learn, the things you never would have expected (poonamis, anyone?) and the things it…

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