Label: Crying children
"That was the moment that I realized I was on the flight from hell"
The concept of the Mile High Club took on a whole new meaning for me this past summer. Life as a parent is full of joys, as we know, but also has more than its fair share of trials and tribulations. Such as flying with an inconsolable child. My heart goes out to our fellow passengers. But I promise you, whatever they had to endure was NOTHING compared to my suffering as the grown-up in charge of a small screaming machine, trapped in a tiny tin can one mile up in the sky.
Survival tips for parents of young children (who are fed up with tips)
Maria from Sweden is a parent of young children who’s heartily fed up with tips: “What changes the most when you become a parent?” There really is no one-size-fits-all answer. All I can do is tell you what I found the most difficult – and how I survived, with the help of tactics such as “the no divorce rule”.
Who needs sleep anyway?
”I always thought the worst time for sleep deprivation would be the newborn phase: up feeding every three hours. No, the worst for me has just begun.”
How baby attachment works
Our interest in looking at other people forms an important part of what we call the bonding process. This is the baby’s ability to form an attachment to one or two of the people closest to them – usually their parents. By learning more about how baby attachment works, you can strengthen the bond between you and your baby.