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How To Keep In Touch With Your Far-Flung Family

During these strange Covid-19 times, it’s not unusual nowadays for families to find themselves spread across different continents. More people than ever travel abroad...

Which Apps Are Your Teenage Kids Using Right Now?

At one stage, it seemed everyone lived on Facebook. We knew it was important to keep an eye on what our children were up...

An 11-Year-Old Girl Advises Her Teacher On Punishment Methods – And...

We can all remember at least one occasion when we were threatened with collective punishment at school, right? I recall my high school form...

9 Funniest Parenting Tweets Of The Week

How has your week been? If you've made it through unscathed, congratulations! If you've been left open-mouthed at the antics of your family, take...

Has The Momo Challenge Come To The UK? Parents’ Fears Over...

An online suicide challenge ‘game’ may have spread to England, sparking fears among UK parents. One mother in Manchester said she was...

Facebook Now Less Popular Among UK Kids

Facebook has long been viewed as the behemoth of social media platforms. We might know one or two people who steadfastly refuse...

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 ...

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My first miscarriage effectively tore away the rose-colored spectacles I’d been wearing when it came to pregnancy. Instead of a time glowing with joy...

The 10 Best Thanksgiving Family Movies

The aroma of turkey lingers in the air and there's the promise of pumpkin pie later. We've given thanks and are enjoying spending time...

Teaching ‘Grit’ Is Bad For Children, And Bad For Democracy

According to the grit narrative, children in the United States are lazy, entitled and unprepared to compete in the global economy. Schools have contributed...
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Why Sorry Shouldn’t Be The Hardest Word

When many of us were young, we thought of our parents as superheroes. They weren’t just people that had started life as kids like...
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Babies Don’t Need Sleep Coaches – But Sometimes Their Parents Do

Many new parents are often surprised by just how much their baby sleeps – waking only to feed. But once the novelty wears off,...

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