Not everything you hear about parenting toddlers is true. Take these totally unfounded rumours, for instance. By Lisa Witepski
Your child will experience a large amount of cognitive development between one and two years old – with many delightful
Which kid doesn't love a dinosaur? We've found lots of toys to brighten their day.
As most parents will agree, a well-rested child is a happy child! We round up the best sleep aids to
These tips will help you teach your toddler the finer points of good behaviour.
If you’re concerned that your child is being bullied, you’re not alone. Although there are many different types of bullying
Moving from a cot to a big bed, dealing with nightmares and reducing your tot’s daytime naps can all be
Try our healthy twist on mac and cheese or cute butterfly quesadillas to encourage your little fusspot to enjoy food.
Parents always look forward to their child’s first words, but speech development varies for each child, who has to grow
Is it time to call it quits with your toddler’s night-time drinking habits? Follow these tips for a smooth transition.
Boosting your child’s immune system is a huge part of helping her fight winter illnesses. Besides multivitamin supplements, one of
According to a 2016 survey conducted by the Infant and Toddler Forum, parents are over-feeding their toddlers. Here’s how much
Is night waking still a thing with your toddler? Don’t despair, it’s quite common. Here are some possible causes and
Separation is healthy and necessary but that doesn’t make it any less difficult for both parents and children to let
Before you start shouting, learn these simple skills to get your child’s attention.
A new study has found that the perfect bedtime for toddlers is 8pm, and that this can be beneficial for
Don’t be taken aback if your once adventurous toddler starts wrapping herself around your legs like a baby anaconda and
Is your child’s sniffles a sign of a common cold or an allergy? We asked expert allergist, Dr Adrian Morris
Changing a toddler’s nappy is an entirely different experience, and in honour of all those parents who have done it
The changing seasons bring unwelcome bouts of colds and flu, which are often connected to skin ailments. Follow these winter
Does your little one have a sore throat, fever, bad breath or difficulty swallowing? She may have tonsillitis.
Five out of six children will have at least one ear infection by the time they turn three. This high
Whether your child is suffering from allergies or a common cold, excessive mucus in the body can cause anything from
Nikki Temkin discusses teaching kids the essential character trait of patience in an age of instant gratification.