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    FAMILY dynamics can be complicated - especially once everyone has grown up and living their own lives.  And sometimes this means that you might not be living as close to your parents or siblings as you thought you would when you were younger.  1The mum has been slammed after saying her parents should never have moved awayCredit: Getty But sometimes this can cause drama within the family. Like for one mum-of-two who has taken to the internet to express her concerns about her elderly parents' decision to move seven hours away. n a viral post on U.K. based discussion site Mumsnet, the anonymous user wrote a post explaining how "gutted" she is about the move. However, people are hitting back at her saying they support her parents' choice and that she should actually be encouraging them to "follow their dream." READ MORE ON MUMSNETTake a seat My husband isn't talking to me after I changed the loo seat in the bathroomNAME PAIN I can't stand my friends' baby name - I pretended I liked it but she clocked it The...
    A NEIGHBOUR is furious at the noisy kids next-door playing outside at 6am - but they didn't quite get the response they expected after posting online. One anonymous Facebook user wrote a fuming rant about her neighbours' little ones playing loudly in the garden early in the morning. Hundreds had something to say about it. 2The anonymous neighbour ranted about twin toddlers playing in the gardenCredit: Getty 2The complaint was made anonymously in a local Facebook groupCredit: Facebook The angry adult took issue with the kids' consistent noise levels as "neighbours who work shift patterns" tried to sleep. According to the complaint, the twin toddlers play outside betwen 6.45am and 8am every day. The furious resident even threatened to report the noisy behaviour to the council after trying and failing to contact the tots' parents on several occasions. But the outraged post sparked a drastic divide between other parents and social media users, rapidly climbing to an eyewatering 404 comments and 10 shares. Read more UK NewsMUMBELIEVABLE I was a struggling teen mom - now I earn MILLIONS thanks to...
    A MUM accused of being lazy over her school holidays snack baskets says she doesn't give a toss what people think. Shannon Morris, 30, from Wales, shared pictures of her juice and snack-filled 'six week holiday survival kit' in 2019 - but three years later, she's still defending the idea. 4Mum-of-three Shannon has defended her 'six week holiday survival kit'Credit: MEN Media 4She posted a picture of the juice dispenser her kids can access during days at homeCredit: MEN Media 4Shannon has hit back at criticism, saying the photo showed examples of snacks - not all the options she'll give her kids at one timeCredit: MEN Media 4After seeing negative comments, she updated her post to explain moreCredit: MEN Media In her original post, Shannon, mum to 11-year-old Kalem, six-year-old Theo and two-year-old Tate, said: "Six week holiday survival kit. One of the hardest times of the holidays is the kids asking for drinks/snacks every 5 mins so with this idea they can help themselves. "The baskets will be refilled every morning but once it’s gone it’s gone so hopefully...
    JESSA Duggar was accused of picking favorite children after she gushed over baby Fern’s first crawl but not her son Henry’s birthday. The 29-year-old faced backlash following her recent Instagram post. 5Jessa was slammed for picking favorites among her kidsCredit: Instagram 5She praised Fern for crawling but didn't celebrate Henry's birthday on InstagramCredit: Instagram/@jessaseewald Jessa took to Instagram on Wednesday share numerous adorable snaps of her daughter Fern, six months, crawling. Alongside the cute photos, the Counting On alum wrote: “This deserves its own post. “Girl can hold those planks better than I can! “Fern has been trying to figure out that crawling business, and her seriousness and determination is absolutely adorable.” The proud mom concluded the caption with a heart eye emoji. While many Instagram users noted how “adorable” and “strong” Fern looked in the photos, some critics rushed to Reddit to accuse Jessa of picking favorites when it comes to her four children. Most read in EntertainmentTRAGIC TRUTH Bob Saget's cause of death revealed to be brain bleed after he hit his head'SHAME!' Khloe fans slam her ex...
    A MUM has sparked a heated debate online after letting her daughter break school uniform rules. The mum and parenting blogger, Cheree Lawrence shared the post on her Facebook page, Oh so busy mum. 2School rules state children can wear black shoes with no ticks, but Cheree's daughter wore white Nike trainersCredit: Instagram/@ohsobusymum/? The mum-of-four from Brisbane wrote: "School rule: Black school shoes only! No coloured ticks or markings. "My kid: White shoes with a tick." Cheree shared an image of the trainers she allowed her daughter to wear, which received over one thousand comments from users of the social media site. The tongue in cheek post garnered a flurry of responses from other parents who were unimpressed by the mum's flaunting of the rules. Cheree explained that she allowed her daughter to wear the white Nike trainers to school as the high shoes provided ankle support. But her explanation did little to stop the backlash, which Cheree described as 'ridiculous'. Most read in LifestyleSECRET WISH Queen 'secret wish' for Camilla's new title as Will & Harry told of...
    ONE woman wants people to accept her decision not to have kids - as she likes her current lifestyle. Stating that she would prefer to have a good nights sleep, and more cash to spend on herself, the woman wants to stop the pressure society puts on women. 2The woman says she shouldn't feel the need to have kidsCredit: TikTok/@childfreemillennial Taking to her TikTok channel, Evi says she is "childfree by choice." Posting under the domain @childfreemillennial, she says: "Society: you'll regret not having kids", "Me: sleeps in." Adding: "Coffee in bed," "LESS worries," "married = double income" and "reduced carbon footprint." The post has been viewed over 287k times and has been met with many comments, some disagreeing with the woman. Most read in LifestyleLive BlogHIGH PRESSURE Idris Elba says Meghan & Harry's wedding reception 'most stressful gig ever'Live BlogDUKE'S TRIBUTE Harry to head to NY to honour vets & Meghan told 'steer clear' of politicsROUGH TIME People warn against $1 foot peel & say their feet 'have never been the same'GOODBYE PUPPY My kid wouldn’t do his homework...
    A MUM has admitted to “smashing up” her son’s XBox, causing outrage among fellow parents. But while others may have been shocked by her behaviour, the mum simply brushed it off as a “mummy moment.” 2A mum has revealed that she smashed up her son's XBox in a fit of rageCredit: Getty - Contributor 2She took to Facebook to ask if she could buy one off a friend Taking to Facebook, she posted: “Okay y’all. I had a ‘mommy moment’ about a month ago and smashed up my son’s XBox. “Love me or hate me for it. The question is… does anyone have they’d be willing to sell?” She added: “Now I feel bad. Help a mamma out.” The post has since been shared on Reddit where users have been left horrified by her behaviour. Commenting on the post, one wrote: “Sounds more like a toxic parent moment. Teaching kids it's okay to pitch a fit and be terrible to other people as long as you apologize for it.” Agreeing a second added: “So a "mommy moment" is not being...
    A WOMAN who is desperate to have children, posted an advert online to find a "breeding partner" but people can't believe her extensive list of requirements. The woman, who uploaded the post to Facebook had high expectations for the successful applicant, including a requirement that they sign away all their rights to the child, but still pay for them. 2The woman's post was shared on Reddit and people couldn't believe her expectationsCredit: Facebook Any applicant who filled her criteria, including not drinking any booze, was encouraged to drop her a note on the Messenger app. The woman asked that the future father of her children be between 16-23 years old, only touch alcohol when taking communion in church and have never taken a prescription drug. The post, which was shared on Reddit, said: "Hi everyone! I'm looking for a natural sperm donor meeting these requirements. "Age 16 - 23. Never used any prescription or illicit drugs. Never drank except for communion. "Blonde or light brown hair, not overweight, and comes from a 75 per cent plus American background....
    A MUM-of-two attempted to show off her post-baby 'mumma pouch' in a bid to inspire others, but her positive message backfired when people insisted there's nothing there. Tammy Hembrow, 26, who lives in Gold Coast, Australia, is known for her gym-honed figure and luxurious lifestyle, but tried to appear relatable to her fans in a clip on Instagram. 8Tammy Hembrow, 26, is known for her gym-honed physique and luxurious lifestyleCredit: Instagram/tammyhembrow The influencer had two kids, who are now aged five and three, with her ex fiancé Reece Hawkins before splitting in 2018. Tammy wanted to show her 11.7 million Instagram followers that even she has "stretch marks" and loose skin on her stomach from pregnancy and that she isn't "perfect". Posing poolside in a barley-there leopard-print bikini, the mum-of two struck a series of flattering poses before slouching and grabbing her loose tummy skin. She captioned the snaps "reality check" and went on to point out her "imperfections" before taking aim at her "mumma pouch". 8The Australian mum has two kids with her ex-fiancé...
    A PREGNANT mum has hit back at nasty trolls who slammed her house as ‘dirty’ and ‘hazardous’, after she asked for tips on how to decorate.  The woman revealed she’d recently moved into a two bedroom, two bathroom caravan with her kids.  3The mum shared a snap of her brand new caravan online as she asked for DIY tips The mum-to-be said it came with a $6,000 price tag, so she “didn’t expect it to be all fancy and luxurious”.  Faced with a mammoth renovation task, she shared a snap of the blank canvas to Facebook group Decorate Your Home on a Budget, but was immediately trolled.  The mum, who’s 38 weeks pregnant with a rainbow baby, after losing two pregnancies before this one, was forced to delete the post after receiving waves of abuse.  She later shared a snap of her children's’ bedroom after it was finished, as she hit back at the people who criticised her. My kids are in no danger or hazard at allMum The mum said: “I deleted my last post but for the people...
    Wildfires burn up entire U.S west coast, at least seven dead 23 Classic TV Dinners Everyone Loved Alanis Morissette Says Shes Unschooling Her Kids but Respects Conventional Schooling Alanis Morissette is a big believer in discovering her kids' unique learning styles, and encouraging them to be the best individuals they can be as a result. © Provided by People Shelby Duncan Alanis Morissette On Thursday's episode of Katie Lowes' Shondaland podcast Katie's Crib, the 46-year-old musician and mother of three opens up about her new album Such Pretty Forks in the Road and how she has embraced both attachment parenting and "unschooling" when it comes to her three children: sons Winter Mercy, 13 months, and Ever Imre, 9½, plus daughter Onyx Solace, 4. "For me, attachment parenting is, on a very basic level, eye contact, skin-on-skin, responsivity, gentleness," says Morissette. "The word 'attunement' is [important] in parenting but also in marriage and best friendship and professional relationships. ... If we're not attuned to each other and we're missing each other like ships passing, there's not a chance for that deep connection...
    A 31-year-old man in the final weeks of his life has been praised for writing an honest and emotional blog about the prospect of dying - and the things he won't get to do.  Elliot Dallen, who lives in London, posted a 'call to arms' on his blog, The Cortisol Diaries, to raise money for one of his favourite charities, Trekstock, which supports young people with cancer. The former Barclays employee was diagnosed with adrenal cortical carcinoma (ACC), a rare and aggressive cancer, after a 'massive' tumour was found on his adrenal gland two years ago - after months of symptoms including a bloated face, problems sleeping and bladder issues.  In the heart-wrenching post, entitled The Switch and Call to Arms, which was also published in the Guardian, he discusses how he's pondered during lockdown the life that he might have had, including getting married and having children.   Scroll down for video  Elliot Dallen, 31, who lives in London, was diagnosed with a rare adrenal cancer in 2018 and is now likely to be in the final weeks of his...
    A MUM-OF-TWO has hit back at vicious mum-shamers who called her "lazy" for "dumping" her kids on her parents - and insisted she needs time to herself. Caitlin Fladager, 26, from Vancouver, explained how her two children - under the age of eight - stay at their grandparents' house at least one night a week. 1Mum-of-two Caitlin Fladager hit back at mum-shamers who branded her 'lazy' for 'dumping' her two kids on their grandparents once a weekCredit: CaitlinFladager/Instagram Posting on her Facebook page, Caitlin wrote: "Can we stop shaming parents for having a break from their kids, while they spend quality time with their grandparents? I don’t know when it became so un-normalized for children to have a good, close relationship with their grandparents." Hitting back at mum-shamers, Caitlin claims people will often say: "I could never let my kids be watched by someone else weekly!" However, Caitlin says the set-up works for her family as her children get to forge a close relationship with their grandparents while also allowing her to have a break. "My parents look forward to...
    Kenoshians face wake-up call after a week Even before the pandemic, American kids were eating more fast food than ever before, says new study I Loved Being Homeschooled — But I Hate Homeschooling My Own Kids © Ira Yapanda/AdobeStock Click here to read the full article. Like most parents, my husband and I became homeschoolers in the middle of last March 2020. Unlike most parents, I had some firsthand experience with homeschooling: I didn’t attend school myself until I was 12 years old. Given my background, my friends were surprised by just how much I hated homeschooling this year. When I expressed these feelings, they suggested it was probably because distance learning is uniquely challenging. “You have to stick to the school’s schedule,” they said. “You don’t get to come up with your own curriculum.” More from SheKnowsWhich Type of Homeschooling Parent Are You? Ummmm. The fact that some of our homeschooling was done over Zoom by actual teachers — and that actual teachers assigned the rest of the day’s work — definitely went in the “plus” column,...
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