Discipline, which you have been able to delay for the most part when your baby was small, is now becoming
As they grow, toddlers don’t need as much sleep as they used to. Here’s what to expect…
Nightmares can be very disturbing, but they can also be pivotal in overcoming psychological issues in children if parents respond
Are you raising a spoilt brat? Watch out for these seven signs…
Crying is the way in which toddlers express themselves. Here’s how to decode your toddler’s cries plus easy solutions to
When your toddler starts to say “no”, it’s time to understand this important milestone. By Samantha Toweel-Moore
If your tot is having trouble sleeping, chances are you’re almost at your sleep-deprived wits’ end. Try these tips for
Explore the great outdoors and make the most of your long weekend with these fun activities your toddler will love.
We rounded-up some interesting facts you may not have known about your little one.
The average two-year-old adds around five new words to their vocabulary every day. Most 1-year-olds […]
Separation anxiety is part of a child’s journey to becoming independent. Here’s how to identify and deal with it effectively.
Tantrums are common at age two as children are acquiring language and can generally understand more than they express. Try
It’s been raining non-stop in most parts of the country for the past week. Keep your busy toddler entertained with
Interrupting your conversations, pretending not to hear you, back chatting, and playing a little too rough with friends and siblings
Occupational therapist, Sam Toweel-Moore, gives advice on how you can help your child make a successful transition from home to
Lynette Botha shares first aid advice on keeping your little ones safe while enjoying the sun, sea and sand this
We look at whether your child’s birth order can determine his personality.
Growing up means not always getting what you want. Here’s why your tot may be throwing a tantrum and how
There's no need to fear disapproving glances if your child is well behaved. Here are some basic behaviour principles to
Children aren’t born with an intrinsic value system, but rely exclusively on their parents to teach them life’s ethics and
Ever been stumped when your child asks a tricky or embarrassing question? Here's how to save face and give your
Telling a child about the death of a loved one and helping them deal with the pain, is one of
Giving children chores to do around the house is an excellent way to build self-confidence, teach responsibility and give them
Sometimes, we need to fail in order to succeed. Psychologist, Ilze van de Merwe-Alberts explains why failure can be healthy,