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What Happens When You Love One Child More Than The Other

There are just two years between my children in age and I was as besotted as any new mum when Andy was born. I was...

How To Survive Parenthood With A Broken Ankle – Tips From...

When the doctor first told me I needed to have metal plates and screws inserted into my broken ankle, I blubbed like...

How To Take Charge Of Your Difficult Teenage Daughter

The relationship between teenage girls and their mothers is traditionally a tricky one. While girls are often dad’s little angel, they’re more likely to...

This One Thing Could Transform The Life Of Your Teenage Daughter

“Time to get up,” I shouted up the stairs to my teenage daughter. “Remember you said you had that assignment to finish today.” There...

5 Myths About Girls And Puberty That Parents Should Ignore

Puberty is irrefutable proof that our kids are growing up. Many parents find it harder to come to terms with this in their daughters,...

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Your Pre-Schooler’s Social Skills Matter More Than Their ‘Studies’

If you were to Google “what my child should know before starting kindergarten” you would find yourself wading through a barrage of checklists and...

How Parents Fail To Follow Their Own Advice (Part 2)

“Aw, nine years ago!” I exclaimed, looking up from my phone. “Facebook Memories just showed me your first day at ‘big’ school. You were...

How To Survive Waiting With Kids

Picture this. It’s 2 p.m., and your kid didn’t take a nap today. They’ve driven you to the absolute brink, and you’re still waiting...

There Is A Better Way To Parent Than The Nuclear Family

The pressures and pace of modern life has made parents and children stressed and miserable. With the rise of dual-earning families, mothers, and increasingly,...

Why Mothers Of Tweens – Not Babies – Are The Most Depressed

The joys of motherhood quite literally wax and wane over time. If you had to guess, you might think that one of the most...
8 Bedtime Stories To Read To Children Of All Ages

8 Bedtime Stories To Read To Children Of All Ages

Toddle Waddle by Julia Donaldson Age range: two to five years Even the youngest child can engage with sound, colour and fun, and this book (illustrated...

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