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Dublin: 10 °C Thursday 23 May, 2019

Here's the real difference between having one child and two - by someone who's just found out

Your idea of “quality time” with your partner will change A LOT, writes Chrissie Russell.

Just one spoonful: Parents share the baby foods their little ones eat without fail

Broccoli, beetroot… and chocolate fingers.

Am I being a bad parent... by teaching my four-year-old about 'bad people' so soon?

This week, one reader wants her daughter to know that she can refuse a hug or kiss.

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WIN: One of two family passes to a fun-filled weekend at Playstival this August Win

WIN: One of two family passes to a fun-filled weekend at Playstival this August

There’s plenty for the whole family to enjoy, including a world street food market and craft village.

FAMILY NEWS

Irish couple facing deportation from Australia because son has cystic fibrosis lose appeal

The couple are holding out hope that Australia’s Immigration Minister will intervene.

RTÉ received 31 complaints about a mannequin giving birth on the Late Late Show

The simulator is used by RCSI medical students to prepare them for the real-life labour ward.

Opinion: 'Children need to learn about LGBT issues in school - it will reassure them and combat fear'

Robin Stevens grew up in a generation were ‘gayness was erased’. Her books have shown her that young readers want to read about LGBTQ+ lives – and she wants to see more of this explored in schools.

Opinion: 10% of homeless families have been made homeless for a second time

Families exiting homelessness are increasingly accommodated in the private rental sector. But if the landlord decides to sell up – the family becomes homeless again, writes Wayne Stanley.

FactCheck: Could the new royal baby become President of the United States?

It’s all a question of being ‘natural born”.