Find out all you could ever need to know about how to make this parenting game just that little bit less confusing. From the best discipline techniques to how to get kids to sleep and from clever potty training tips to cyber safety ideas; from toddler to teenager, we’ll help you with every beautiful, anxious, exhausting and happy age and stage.
When Dr Justin’s 16-year-old daughter is not invited to a party, father and daughter are forced to look at ‘the rules’ – and decide whether something has to change.
It’s natural to think every little thing our kids say and do is a sign of staggering intelligence – but is it really? And how can we keep up when our little ones truly are smarter than the rest? Laura Greaves asks the experts.
New research confirms what we all kind of know – small screen devices aren’t great for kids if you want them to sleep long and soundly. But what’s the solution when teens turn into night-owls anyway?
It can be heartbreaking to watch someone you love get so close to achieving their goal, only to be derailed at the last minute. Or to see a child, brimming with potential, deny themselves their own success. It’s called self-sabotage – here’s what to do about it.
Need a babysitter? Here’s how to find one that’s right for you and your child.
Every mum knows that there is a lot about child behaviour that she needs to understand. It will help her become a better parent. Browse through these articles to get started.
Your child’s development is just as vital to their wellbeing. As a parent, you are in the best position to observe your child’s physical, social, cognitive and emotional growth.
Your child will need between 10-12 hours of sleep at night – like adults, there's a wide range of 'normal'. She will most likely give up napping during the day at this time and her bedtime will probably become later as she needs less sleep overnight.
The mere mention of the word 'child care' can make the toughest among us go pale. For parents new to the childcare game, it can seem extremely challenging to get a handle on the different types of childcare available and then to match that information with your own individual needs.