Controlled crying has always been a divisive issue, now a recent landmark study by the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute has found that controlled crying poses no long-term risks to the health of babies. Nina Young reports.
In many ways it must have been much easier to have a baby 30 years ago. The technology involved in the pregnancy and birthing process may have been medieval when compared to today’s standards, but at least one aspect of having a child back then seems more attractive, and that is the lack of choices. By Nina Young.
A few weeks ago I stumbled upon an article about “MILS”: “Mums I’d Like to Slap”. These are mothers who judge other mothers on their parenting skills, and are vocal about it.