A HSE Antenatal Breastfeeding Preparation Class will take place in Letterkenny this month for all pregnant woman, their partners and interested family members.
The class, taking place on Friday 23rd February, will offer practical information on various aspects of breastfeeding.
TV3 presenter Karen Koster is bringing working mothers into focus this week with the release of her show examining their personal struggles.
The mum of two has opened her home …
Oh how I do love being at home with my girlies.
Oh how I so looked forward to the Christmas holidays.
Oh how wonderful the 2 weeks away from the …
Bricks 4 Kidz is a new project which has arrived in Donegal to let children learn, build and play – with workshops and camps launching just in time to tackle …
Convoy schoolgirl Mikaela was born prematurely and was diagnosed with spina bifida.
Her parents, Sinéad and Chris, didn’t know if she would ever walk.
But bubbly Mikaela, who attends Scoil …
I LOVE it! I love everything about it. I love the sparkle, the sounds, the smells, the smiles. I love the kindness. I love how it brings out the …
I watched The Apprentice this week and was reminded of this piece from last year.
Turns out that one year on, not only is Mini-Me still the same, but Princess …
“Surviving Christmas,” “Christmas Survival Tips for the Working Mum”, “How to Survive Christmas”…
I googled these last night.
Some of the “advice” online is nothing short of HILARIOUS. …
Kathleen McBride from Dunfanaghy was yesterday named as the Donegal Careplus Carer of the Year.
Kathleen cares for her son Martin, aged 20, who lives with Down Syndrome. She has …
A letter to the Mammy I watched last week.
Last week, I found myself staring at you.
I couldn’t take my eyes off you.
You were dealing with your little …
Every Donegal mammy has a personal CV of incredible skills she often doesn’t realise – she is a multi-tasker, a chef, a dietitian, an accountant, a doctor, a counsellor, a …
I have had a genius idea.
My Princess LOVES Peppa Pork. She loves that fat little pink Piggy to the point that it is becoming quite the obsession. Peppa, …
After the initial business of arriving home with a new Baby, comes a quiet and calm, that can be lovely and much needed.
However, a few weeks or months, or …
The little boy from Derry suffered external and internal burns after the incident with a Paw Patrol Foam Soap, Belfast Live reports.
The boy is currently in intensive care at the Royal …
Donegal mum Maria Coleman has become an advocate for the positive birth movement in the north-west, and is now working towards spreading her positive message to mums-to-be across the county.
Choosing the perfect Christmas present can prove challenging, if not downright stressful. This year – with lots of new additions to their range – the team at Lottie Dolls might …
Meet Mia, the outdoor-loving wildlife photographer. She wears a cochlear implant, but that is just one of the features of Mia that make her unique.
Mia is passionate about her photography …
The Cabinet is due to consider the introduction of laws for the regulation of Assisted Human Reproduction, which includes IVF.
The Irish Times reports that Health Minister Simon Harris will …
It seems that last week’s column struck a chord with many of you Glammy Mammies, so the second piece of this might also resonate. If you think that the public …
Anam Cara, the national organisation that supports bereaved parents, will host an Information Evening on Tuesday 3rd of October in the Abbey Hotel, Donegal Town at 7pm.
The free event …
Helen Swierszcz is a parenting coach who has created a class for parents and toddlers to tune into connection, communication and mindfulness.
Ahead of the first class on 12th September, …
The first day back to school is full of emotions – stress, excitement, and heartache for many parents to see their wee ones running through the gates.
One Donegal restaurant …
Those cute photos of kids lined up in their brand new uniforms could be giving away dangerous amounts of personal information, according to CyberSafe Ireland.
The online safety organisation warns …
The Access and Inclusion Model (AIM) was launched last year by the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Dr Katherine Zappone and has delivered real benefits across County Donegal.
For little girls, Emma, Olivia, and Ava have claimed the top spots.
For boys, Liam, Noah, and Lucas are the most popular.
According to BabyCentre, Emma has jumped from number …
Rational thinking goes out the window the second a pregnancy test indicates a positive result.
Logic goes with it.
They are replaced by panic and worry and fear.
A new lifelike Brownie doll was launched last week at the Irish Girl Guides’ international camp. The Brownie figure, like all Lottie Dolls, is modelled on the proportions of an average nine-year-old child.