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Ellen Kirkby was nervous. The birth of her first son, Matthew, had not been easy and as the due date for her second child loomed, she realised she didn’t want to be alone. DaisyMOO came on and said she would like to be there for me,” says Kirkby. But we chatted and I thought: ‘Go for it. DaisyMOO who’s also known as Caroline Newey was indeed there at the birth, and Kirkby says her presence made all the difference. Her second labour was far better than her first. Mothers prepare for school run fashion stakes.
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It would seem that their suspicions have been confirmed, as a survey revealed that parents tend to favour their youngest child. Last year, Mumsnet conducted a survey of 1, of its users that are parents, while Gransnet carried out a survey of 1, of its users that had at least one grandchild. It was discovered that nearly a quarter of the Mumsnet users admitted to having a favourite child, while 42 per cent of the Gransnet users confessed to showing preference to one of their grandchildren.
More than half of the parents with a favourite child revealed that it was their youngest child, with 61 per cent saying that they find the other siblings more “tricky or demanding”. Of the parents who confessed to having a preferred child, 41 per cent stated that the favourite reminded them of themselves, while more than half said that the child made them laugh more than their other offspring.
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Started a new job this week but the start date of the project that I have plus all the extra bits (uniform, trips, books, pianoforte lessons) = say, £75k myself included – have not read the mumsnet thread in question and are.
The woman asked: “Why don’t we just do away with [school holidays] entirely? The mother went on the popular website to ask a question to fellow mums – only to receive a huge backlash, with scores and scores of replies on the thread. The debate the question sparked was unprecedented, with scores and scores of replies on the thread. Others branded it impractical for teachers, with tutors set to be overburdened and struggling with their already stretched budgets.
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By Latoya Gayle For Mailonline. A woman has sparked a hilarious thread about the worst first dates that singletons have experienced, including one woman who later ran into her date – with his wife and child. Writing anonymously on Mumsnet , the British woman revealed she was having trouble conceiving and needed some cheering up. Recalling her own first date, the mother remembered how she had an ‘awful’ first date aged 14, with a boy who became besotted with her and began calling her every day vowing to spend his life with her.
Others began reflecting on their own failed love stories, with one woman admitting she threw up on a fairground ride during a date with her boss, while another remembered how her date fell asleep for the entirety of their meal. The thread began after a woman told how she was bombarded with phone calls at age 14, after she went on a date with a boy who was older than her. Sparking the thread, the woman wrote: ‘I’m trying and failing to conceive and need some cheering up, so I wondered if anyone wanted to share terrible date stories?
He clearly adored me, to the extent that he declared that he loved me and wanted to spend the rest of his life with me. He spent the whole date telling me how he loved me and then I got home and found he had sent me 12 red roses for when I got back from the date. He called me everyday after and I would get my mum to say I wasn’t home. A stream of responses came from others who had memories of bad dates that took place in restaurants.
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The member of the household shared insight into their shopping habits on a Mumsnet thread, back in It came after a Mumsnet user explained that they were spending “a Lidl: The shopper shared the meal plans on Mumsnet (Image: State pension payment dates will change this month – are you.
By Latoya Gayle For Mailonline. Parents have anonymously shared their dark secrets in an explosive online thread. Many of the people taking part had only told those closest to them while others had never told a soul. However using pseudonyms they were able to share details of their dark pasts. A British woman sparked a discussion about hiding terrible secrets that could be used as blackmail file image. Writing anonymously on Mumsnet, the woman explained her interest came from watching TV series and films that feature characters who have life-changing secrets.
One person said: ‘OMG I literally have so many.
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Mumsnet is a website for parents in the UK. It hosts discussion forums where users share advice and information on parenting and many other topics. Mumsnet also has an Influencers’ network with over 10, bloggers, vloggers and social media influencers.
On the flipside, I’d estimate 75% of the MN thread posters thought it was it be bullying if you received such a thing from a lass on a dating site.
The year-old revealed she was to become a grandma for the fourth time on Wednesday, saying it will be an “exciting year” with Sue also set to give birth to a little girl within weeks. And whereas most people were happy for Millie, a section of commentators on the post weren’t so positive. It’s believed these comments were originally posted to Instagram but have since been removed, and a steady stream of abuse is running on Mumsnet. Responding on Instagram, Sue hit back, writing: “Honestly disgusted to read the things I’ve read since last night.
One person wrote: “So much for the bekind , when you see some of these comments. Read your words. Or better still don’t comment and move alone [sic]. Another added: “You’re all amazing and I love watching your videos!!! There are a lot of toxic people in the world but there are a lot of wonderful people too!! Sending huge Hugs!!!! And Millie’s sister Chloe posted a comment on her own Instagram story alluding to the abuse. They also have three grandchildren, Sophie’s kids – Daisy, seven, Ayprill, five, and Leo, four.
Thousands of well-wishers have commented on the news online, congratulating Millie and the growing Radford family. So happy for you.