Nearly four in ten parents are concerned about not having enough money put aside. Over half of parents will set out a budget for 2014.
Children of working mums have up to eight minders during the school holidays, according to a new survey. While children are on holiday, working mums rely on a volunteer squad of up to eight family members and friends.
Most women who return to work after maternity leave (83%) switch to part-time or flexible hours.
New research has revealed the unique methods parents adopt in order to send their baby back to sleep at night, with over half claiming to drive their baby around in the car.
More than a third of women buy shoes that don’t fit because they “look good”.
87% of Brits are nervous about going abroad and revealing their moobs, love handles and pale and pasty bodies.
Almost half of respondents allow their children access to their mobile or tablet, while one in six admit that their child knows their PIN or password.
Brits feel the frustration of congestion and parking spaces every day on the way to and from school.
Dad dancing, caravans and gravy listed among the quirkier reasons for raising a grin.
Mums wish they’d filmed more of their child’s early years.