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Pregnancy pains aren’t a cross you should have to bear says Canary Wharf osteopath
Zoe Mundell offers osteopathy and massage to expectant mums and babies from the New Body Osteopathy clinic in Crossrail Place
What's wrong with a bit of 'embarrassing mum' love?
Celeb mums have been showering their sons with PDAs all over social media and faced a backlash. Judge the mums by their confident offspring, says Tabitha Ronson
Why women in Canary Wharf should consider getting a fertility test now
Chris Lee has launched a private gynaecology service at London Wellness Centre in West India Quay aimed at career woman in Canary Wharf. A full fertility check costs £400 and can be done on your lunchbreak with results in 24 hours
Working mums – you shouldn't feel so guilty
New study shows that children who were cared for by grandparents and who go to nursery display better talking and social skills
Why Sir Lenny's right about a love for learning
If only I'd known what a privilege it was to be educated – and why it frustrates me that my boy isn't interested
Canary Wharf Christmas
The most important document of the year
My son presented me with his letter to Santa – neatest writing. £1,000 of stuff with a sting in the tale
Last thing I need on the school run – a delicate sex talk
Not enough coffee in me and the Trolls soundtrack hasn't quite worked its magic
Are you smart enough to beat east London’s new interactive gaming experience?
Tickets are now available for The Celestial Chain. The quest in London Fields challenges teams to gather hidden artefacts and battle an ancient force.
How about a Smug Middle Class Parents exclusion zone on trains?
It's less about the disruptive children – and more about the indulgent braying
I have (bingo) wings – and now I just want to take flight
Tabitha Ronson is interrupted in her carpool karaoke with some ugly news
The modern parent's dilemma – the iPad as pacifier
He's been out playing, excited and engaged. I'm dreading parking him back in front of the telly but what can I do?
Floating outdoor cinema comes to Tower Hamlets
St Katharine Docks will be hosting water-themed screenings on a pontoon. The event runs from Monday, August 22-28.
This map could help you find rare Pokemon in Canary Wharf
Canary Wharf Group has created it to show Pokemon Go hotspots on the estate. Players who find a rare Pokemon could be rewarded with a £10 gift card.
My son and I, having the time of our lives, hunting down Pokemon
Tabitha Ronson dumps the washing, jumps on her bike and shares some precious time filling her Pokedex
Forget Westminster, the school gate is the true home of division
Mums have coalesced into rival factions with only one question on their lips – who's with who in the Big Classroom Split
Another parent disciplines your little brat. Is that fine with you?
A blog post has got parents talking. If an ill-mannered child is ruining play-time, do you step in or walk away?
Take to the skies in the ultimate interactive flight exhibition
Above And Beyond at the National Maritime Museum aims to explore the majesty of flight, from the safety of a basement
Why grasping travel companies should be in the dock
Jon Platt's a hero. And the court has seen sense. The mark-up on school holidays is a scandal
Using a child to hide personal flaws makes a mockery of the law
Celebrity couple shouldn't have used their children as a means of keeping their private life out the papers
Why single parents are turning to flatshares
Childcare costs are soaring out of control, so parents see sense in taking collective action
Man jailed for forcing his wife to become his family's slave
Educated and liberated woman from Pakistan left broken after years of abuse and servitude, a court hears
It takes bottle to repel Jamie Oliver and the breastfeeding mafia
It's not for Jamie Oliver to mansplain why breast is best to already-frazzled mums-to-be
Why the new poor of London are a lot like you
Rising housing costs mean that it is the people with jobs and homes who are the next in line for the poverty trap
Mum Madonna's 'meltdown' is a very human response
But don't worry, Madge, Rocco will come back to you because boys always need their mums, writes Tabitha Ronson