What is bedtime with a three-year-old? A 15-minute routine of bath, book and bed? Or an hour and a half long bath, TV, book and song extravaganza to persuade the three-year-old that it’s time for bed?
New mothers are supposed to follow many traditional pantang or prohibitions. Can we adapt and adjust them as our society modernises?
I’ve just had twins, so I know it takes time, but just how long would it take to get back to my pre-baby weight? Will I ever be able to fit into my old jeans?
A new report suggests that while swaddling does actually calm a baby and prevent crying, an orthopaedic surgeon says it’s damaging developing hips.
A new study has revealed that mums are more attached to technology than ever, with one in every three mums say mobile devices are a distraction from their parenting duties.
That mega toy shop isn’t a place I frequent. Not when I was without kids. Not when I had only one kid. And definitely not now, when I have two kids, aged eight and two.
I’m not exaggerating but the first 24 hours at home was a complete nightmare. The babies were inconsolable, I was engorged and we had no idea what to do.
Between planning, finding nutritious recipes for tots and adults alike and portioning, I found that the baby-led weaning route has made things easier because I can cook everyone’s meals in one go.
Did you know that an adult passenger doesn’t have the required strength to prevent an infant or a child from being thrown forward during a collision at any speed?
When young children are consistently engaged by music in an age-appropriate, socially accepting environment, they not only have fun but learn on many levels.