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  • In this article, Anju Regis + Shivonne Cammell share their thoughts on what parents can do to help their child move through this traumatic time in their young lives. “I know Mummy and Daddy are fighting, even when they think I don’t, and it makes me...

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  • Nothing compares to the overwhelming frustration, and absolute joy, of parenting a toddler, writes Megan Blandford. Independence is the word that describes it all: a toddler is undergoing the change between being a baby who is reliant on their parents, to being a child who can...

  • Like a smoker trying to quit who needs to avoid any activities usually associated with cigarettes, we’ve changed some of Zoe’s routines so there isn’t such a big hole left by the missing dummy. My three-year-old daughter had spent the last 40 minutes lying in...

  • From inspiring healthier food habits to stimulating scientific comprehension, gardening is without a doubt, good for children.

  • It may seem daunting, but taking your little one to the pool before they have learned to walk can really pay off.

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