Quite how a bride is expected to choose what her bridesmaids and pageboys wear these days …. There are just so many lovely things out…
Erica Loi didn’t mean to carry on breastfeeding this long, it’s just happened. Here she explains why she is still feeding her 17-month-old and pleads with the world not to label her.
Don’t make a birth plan, it’s pointless, because birth is completely unpredictable. If I had a pound for every time I’ve heard a woman…
“Oh dear, you’ve got a sicky one!” a good friend exclaimed on meeting my puke-covered son for the first time, but it wasn’t until…
Luckily London has plenty of posh restaurants with kids menus. Here are some of our favs
Look no further than Lovebrand for swimwear this summer.
I’m a stay at home mum who works full time and my husband is a breadwinner who takes the children to swimming lessons.
This is why Mumfidential is supporting The Parents Pact, a new campaign by WaterWipes to challenge traditional perceptions of what it means to provide to your family.
I’ve been to quite a few mummy fit classes over the years… pilates, yoga, core, kettle bells. None of them have made my pulse…
If you feel jaded by all the plastic-fantastic toys that seemed to have accumulated in your house then read on. This dreamy Le Toy…
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I decided to create Mumfidential in the weeks following the birth of my first son, Hector, when I spent many hours on Google, trying to work out what the hell I was supposed to be doing. I hadn’t done NCT as he arrived early and I’d been too superstitious to buy any baby kit (let alone parenting books) before he was born. Routines, sleep, Bugaboos and breastfeeding were all completely alien to me.
I don’t know about you but I find many of the baby articles online to be smug, humourless and thin in substance. Rather than giving me confidence/ good advice/ something to laugh about in those early weeks, they made me doubt myself (as if I wasn’t confused enough already!). And parenting forums weren’t always much help either: everyone was asking the same questions – and no one was answering them.
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