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A letter to the world – bereavement as a young mum

Rhia writes about her experience of bereavement as a young mum. She gives her advice to people on how to relate and talk to bereaved parents.

Our baby was premature: Sam’s time in the neonatal unit

Our baby was premature – here’s the story of Sam’s birth. My pregnancy with Sam was my most difficult journey to date, the premature birth aside.

Co-sleeping with your baby: young parents experiences

What do you think about co-sleeping with your baby? Our young parents talk about their experiences of co-sleeping, and why they would or wouldn’t co-sleep. 

Don’t listen to horror stories from other parents

Cheree’s had her fair share of hearing horror stories from other parents, and she’s learned not to listen and remember how well she’s doing.

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:

Graduating from uni with a daughter: my greatest achievement

Maria shares her experience of graduating from uni with a daughter, and why it’s her greatest achievement. She almost dropped out.

Co-sleeping with your baby more safely – our advice

Some parents choose to co-sleep with their babies. Our advice on co-sleeping with your baby more safely and avoiding the risks involved. 

The safest temperature for a baby’s room – our advice

Babies who get too hot are at a higher risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Our advice on the safest temperature for a baby’s room. 

Sharing a bed with your baby if you smoke increases the risk of SIDS

Some parents choose to bed share with their baby. It’s important to know that sharing a bed with your baby if you smoke can be dangerous.

10 things that helped me survive the first year of bereavement

Rhia, young bereaved mum of three shared the 10 things that helped her survive the first year of bereavement. Before I first got pregnant, I just didn’t cry.