Little Lullaby, Author at Little Lullaby
Little Lullaby

Author: Little Lullaby

Learning to Accept My Child’s Autism Diagnosis

Young mum, Emily Alexander, is opening up about the experience of learning to accept her child’s autism diagnosis.   Autism […]

Judged for being a teenage mother

Young mum, Emily Alexander, is sharing the experience of facing and overcoming being judged for being a teenage mother. Since […]

Understanding some Necessary Details about Nursing a Baby in the Neonatal Unit

Every year, over 100,000 babies are cared for in neonatal units in the UK. This is because they have either been born […]

Pre-natal tips that could Prevent Young Parents from Going into the Neonatal Unit after Birth

A health professional has offered some advice/tips that could prevent young parents from going into the neonatal unit after birth.  […]

What’s the best thing about being a parent for you?

What’s the best thing about being a parent? Is it bedtime stories, playtime or cuddles? Our young parents told us theirs:

My Birth Experience: My First Child’s Memorable Entrance to the World!

Every parent has a dynamic birth experience to share. What is yours? Bronwen is sharing the experience of birthing her […]

Our HIE Story: We Gave Birth to a Hero!

Eleanor is sharing a very personal story on her baby’s experience with hypoxic-ischaemic encephalopathy (HIE) and how she is managing […]

We need to talk about the ‘Reality vs the Perceived Reality’ of Parenting

Young Mum Charlie talks about coping with post partum depression as a young parent and the importance of self care  […]

Managing as a young mum with a special needs baby

Two years after the birth of her daughter, Esther talks about some of the challenges of being a young mum with a child who has special needs

Looking back at Little Lullaby our young parent project

As Little Lullaby our young parent project draws to a close we share memories and ask our young parent volunteers what Little Lullaby meant to them