Coping with a new baby
Making the change from being a couple to being parents isn't always easy. It can be difficult to find time for yourselves, your sex life can change, you have to juggle the commitments of work and family and find a way of agreeing on how to...
We’ve just had a baby and we’re arguing all the time
Having a new baby can be such an exciting event, particularly if you’re going to be a first-time parent. But it can also mean a whole host of new pressures on your relationship. As well as being adorable and lovable, new babies can be...
Ways to keep down the cost of having a baby
Having a baby can an expensive business. The Money Advice Service has calculated looking after an infant could cost as much as £7,200 in their first year, excluding childcare. But just because you’ll be spending a bit more, that doesn’t...
From partners to parents
Becoming a parent can change your couple relationship it many ways you might not expect. Here we look at how you can adapt to your new life as a family. It brought us closer than ever Olivia and Andrew* said when their baby was born they...
When two become three: preparing to be parents
New parents in particular are often caught unawares by the changes that come when you go from being a twosome to a trio! If you're about to set off on the adventure that is having kids, here are our top tips to ease the transition.
Top 4 reasons couples argue after having a baby
It’s very common for couples to argue more after the arrival of a new baby. Research shows that first-time parents argue on average 40% more after their child is born. It’s no surprise, really: you’re under more pressure, have less free...