One Born Every Minute

'One Born Every Minute' Viewers Praise Teenager As She Watches Mum Give Birth

The Huffington Post | Amy Packham | Posted 26.04.2017 | UK Parents

’One Born Every Minute’ viewers praised a teenager on the show who stayed in the delivery room and watched her mum give birth. 16-year-old Jess sa...

Kids Born On 'One Born Every Minute' Watch The Moment They Entered The World

The Huffington Post | Amy Packham | Posted 25.04.2017 | UK Parents

Six children had the rare opportunity to witness the moment they entered the world on Channel 4’s latest mini series ‘I Was Born On One Born’. O...

14 Things All Parents Go Through When Watching ‘One Born Every Minute’

The Huffington Post | Sophie Gallagher | Posted 19.04.2017 | UK Parents

No matter what your TV choices were before you became parents, once you have a family of your own you can’t wait to spend an evening on the sofa wat...

We Need To Talk About Giving Birth...

Hana Pauls | Posted 10.04.2017 | UK Parents
Hana Pauls

You see we are not just physical beings; we need to emcompass in our care the psychological, emotional and social aspects of pregnant women. Holistic midwifery approaches the woman from a bio-psycho-social perspective and in doing so, liberates and empowers her.

One Born: Birth Doesn't Have To Be This Way

Milli Hill | Posted 05.04.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Milli Hill

These images are shaping women's expectations, to the point where this televisual version of birth is becoming so totally entwined with reality that it's impossible to tell life from art, fiction from fact. What we see, slowly but surely, becomes what we get.

Watching 'One Born Every Minute' Doesn't Put Me Off Having Kids

Amy Packham | Posted 27.04.2017 | UK Parents
Amy Packham

For the record no, it doesn't put me off having kids. Not in the slightest. And yes I can watch the baby's head crowning and a woman have a c-section without diving behind a cushion on the sofa and screaming.

How NOT To Kill Your Partner When You Have Babies

Emily-Jane Clark | Posted 04.07.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Emily-Jane Clark

In order to maintain marital harmony there are some things that are better off left unsaid. These include any reference to being tired (you are never as tired as the other person) and NEVER under any circumstances admit you are trying to skive off babies.

The Real Truth About Empty Nest Syndrome

Hilary Robinson | Posted 29.06.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Hilary Robinson

I don't for one minute underestimate how lucky we are to have two fantastic daughters who have worked hard to secure places at university and who are well and happy. I write this simply to help all mothers, and fathers, who found, like me, the thought that the change in circumstances would be so overwhelmingly unbearable it would be difficult to look forward.

The Eternal Optimist

Lana Citron | Posted 15.02.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Lana Citron

Previous marvelling at the human female form has now turned to gasps of bewilderment. I was seeing bits of my body I had never seen before and losing sight of other bits; my nipples were darkening, the bump beginning to feel heavy and the belly button on the turn - inside out.

TV Pick: One More Delivery

The Huffington Post UK | Sarah Dean | Posted 04.04.2012 | UK Entertainment

Our Food - BBC2, 8pm In this new series, food critic Giles Coren journeys around Britain to reveal how its history, landscape and climate have shap...

Tick-Tocked off by the Biological Clock

Charli Morgan | Posted 31.12.2011 | UK
Charli Morgan

If I was on benefits, I'd have a bowl bulging with fruits from my loins and a free nest, for my troubles. Likewise, if I was a double-barrled posho, I'd have Jaspers and Hermiones coming out of every orifice, before you could say "sun-blushed tomato." We middling types pay their taxes and remain sprogless.