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I Don’t Like Playing With My Kids

Sometimes it’ll be Lego. Other times it’s mini plastic Disney princesses being chased by dinosaurs. My four-year-old daughter, Adriana, will create a game, come...

5 Brilliant Baby Products Every Parent Needs In Their Life

Life as a parent can be tricky enough, so it’s always goodto discover baby products that help make it that bit easier....

Ask The Parents – How Can I Get My Kids To...

It’s great when kids play nicely together, but even the closest of friends and siblings will fight over a toy they both want....

It’s Another Winner From Fisher-Price – Your Child Will Love The...

Friendly, colourful and offering a wealth of activities, the Singin’ Soccer Ball is bound to become one of your baby’s favourite toys.

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10 Hilarious Parenting Tweets You Must Read

10 Hilarious Parenting Tweets You Must Read

Now, that’s a mean trick (but we’ll file it away for future use)!https://twitter.com/FatherWithTwins/status/1021901876755750912 “But that’s not what I wanted..” We’ve all been there!https://twitter.com/JadaBrookins/status/1022464563256717312 ...
kids and maths

How To Help Kids Overcome A Fear Of Maths

It’s fair to say maths is not everyone’s favourite subject. In fact, for many people, the feelings of tension and anxiety that arise when...
Shouting at kids

Coronavirus: How To Stay Calm Even When Your Kids Are Home 24/7

“I’m never going to yell at my kids.” It’s one of those vows all parents make, right up there with “I’ll never...

Put Down That Cuppa: Drinking Tea During Pregnancy May Be Bad For Your Baby’s...

Caffeine is the most commonly used psychoactive substance in the world. And at average consumption levels, it is considered to be good for your...

Child Obesity Is Directly Linked To Poverty, So Why Do We Still Blame Poor...

Childhood obesity has risen ten-fold over the past 40 years. In the UK, roughly 30% of children are overweight or obese. Obesity rates are...

Boys’ Behaviour Linked To Earnings 30 Years Later

The study was based on analysis of nearly 1,000 boys from low-income neighbourhoods of Montréal. The boys were assessed by kindergarten teachers at age six...

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