You may be surprised to learn that for someone who doesn’t consider herself “outdoorsy” my son T.Rex spends 50% of his waking hours, outside.
Working parents often have a lot to juggle: between getting the kids up and dressed and out the door in the mornings, to arranging meals before dinner, to buying supplies like diapers, fresh produce and more, it really helps to find shortcuts that work.
With a toddler around, parents may worry about how their tot will take to their new brother or sister. Here’s how to get him ready for the new baby’s debut and – his debut as a big sibling.
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.
Meet Dot. A tech-savvy little girl who learns that there’s more to life than tablets and smartphones.
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.
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.
Practical life exercises are important to help a child develop coordination of his fine motor abilities. They encourage him to be independent and learn self-discipline.
Tossing about the pros and cons of electronic babysitters when you’re out and about with your toddler.
Baby’s sleeping habits keeping you up at night? Certified child sleep consultant Sarah Ong explains what’s keeping your little one from getting a good night’s rest and solutions for sleep-deprived parents.