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5 Ways to Avoid Accidents Over The Holidays
Kids love to get involved with holiday prep - from baking cookies to decorating the house.
Summer Safety
As Summer breezes in, bright, warm days and long evenings stretch ahead of us - the schools shut down and children are once again free to enjoy their childhood without the stress of exams and homework.
How to Celebrate Mother's Day
Did you know Mother's Day has its roots in ancient Greek festivals honoring Rhea, the Mother of the Gods.
New Year, New Habits
Polished shoes, ironed school uniform, packed school bag. The holidays are over, and children start another semester.
How to make the best of the Easter break
Easter holidays are on the horizon once again. Unlike Christmas, Easter break is less hectic.
Family Games for Halloween
Whether you're holding a party or just need some ideas to keep your children occupied at home on 31 October - this should provide some inspiration.
Christmas a Family Affair
Children are free to believe in the wonderful magic of this joyous season and seem to rekindle the same magic in our hearts.
Your First Day Back at Work after a Baby
Leaving your new baby for the first time and returning to work will be a big wrench and fraught with emotions, worries and anxieties
Being a better Dad
Being available to your children on more than just the weekends is very important.
The 50 Golden Rules of Parenting
As soon as you announce you are pregnant, everyone is a childcare expert, bombarding you with advice on sleep, feeding, tantrums...you name it.
Helping Children Understand Death
It may seem unusual to talk of children and death in the same sentence since in our struggle to protect them from the subject of death we render it taboo.
Hello Baby! I’m Dad
It all started about 26 years ago when my wife was pregnant with my eldest son.
Becoming a Stepparent
Becoming a parent by blending families or marrying someone with kids can be a rewarding and fulfilling experience.
Connecting with Adolescent Children
Many parents dread their children’s onset of puberty and anticipate a tempestuous period of rebelliousness, fights over curfews and engaging in risky behavours.
Parental Alienation Syndrome
The scourge of emotional child abuse in marital breakdown.


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