Articles about 'babies'

Baby talk: what’s so bad about little girls playing mum?

Sally Parkin, our monthly guest blogger for March, argues that playing parent teaches children about responsibility and empathy, so we shouldn't be so quick to discourage little girls from dolls

Guest Blogger // 27 March 2017

Categories: Blog

From baby to ‘Bitty’: How old is too old for breastfeeding?

During World Breastfeeding Week, writer Feminist Parent explores why there is so much stigma towards UK mothers who breastfeed their children beyond early infancy

Feminist Parent // 5 August 2016

Categories: Body and Health, Family, Features

Dressing outside the box

Sara Upton writes about the parents and retailers dressing kids outside the "pink for girls and blue for boys" box, and why the "agender fashion" movement is becoming ever more popular.

Guest Blogger // 17 June 2015

Categories: Blog

Boys will be boys – regardless of their toys

Boys will be boys, goes the well-known idiom. And boy was I reminded when giving birth to one: about how we’d quickly outgrow our one-bed flat, especially with a wild...

Linnea Dunne // 12 September 2013

Categories: Blog

Hollie McNish on breastfeeding in public

Laura shares a fabulous spoken word performance by Hollie McNish, who felt she had to breastfeed her daughter in public toilets due to negative reactions from members of the public to her breastfeeding

Laura // 10 July 2013

Categories: Blog

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