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When parents talk like teens – soccer mums master social media slang

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If you have a social-media obsessed tween or teen on your hands,  you’ll know there’s a whole new language you need to learn. And these sweater-wearing, laundry-folding mums are stepping out from behind the groceries to show you exactly how it’s done. Just wait until you hear what they have to say.

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Picture perfect: What it’s like to be a new mum


The first months of parenting can be many things. Joyful, sleep-deprived, fun, frustrating, chaotic, breathtaking, daunting… the list goes on. One new mum has drawn on her experiences – quite literally – in a hilarious new book about the trials and tribulations of being a first-time parent.

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A toast to Babyology’s Melbourne Baby Shower high tea winners!


We’re slowly coming down from the lofty heights of our Melbourne Baby Shower high tea – it was an amazing affair! We indulged in incredible food, sipped hot tea, conversed with our family and friends and were introduced to the most fabulous baby and children’s products on the market. Oh, and we also gave away more than $13,500 worth of said fabulous products! Come and see what our lucky winners went home with, and whet your appetite for the upcoming Sydney event. Read More »

Book your tickets for our Sydney Babyology Baby Shower High Tea!


Fresh from a sell-out Melbourne event, we’re bringing our now famous and utterly fabulous Babyology Baby Shower High Tea event to the Harbour City. Sydneysiders it’s time to celebrate all things baby, at the incredible InterContinental Sydney Double Bay. Here’s how to get your hands on the hottest ticket in town… Read More »

The anonymous letter that stunned a new mum

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Proud mum Jade Ruthven didn’t think twice about posting photos of her beloved baby girl on Facebook. So imagine her dismay when she received an anonymous letter in the mail telling her – in no uncertain tones – to tone it down.

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