Month: September 2020

Coping with a fussy eater

Fussy eating is one of the most common things parents have to face. One day your child loves a certain food and the next day they hate it! So, how do you deal with a fussy eater?     Involve your child in buying food Little people are more likely to be open to trying […]

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Encouraging independent play

It takes time and patience to foster independent play in young children. While some are perfectly content with their own company, others may need to be constantly entertained. The earlier you can begin to encourage independent play with your child, the better.     Much of a child’s need to have parents play with them […]

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Tips for successful co-parenting

For many, co-parenting amicably after a split isn’t easy. But if you can make it work, you will be able to give your children stability, security and a close relationship with both parents.     Here are a few tips for successful co-parenting after separation or divorce.   Separate the personal relationship with your ex-partner […]

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The funniest quotes all parents can relate to

Being a parent isn’t always easy. You are often tired, questioning your methods, running on empty and, quite frankly, a little bemused by the whole thing! But you’re not alone. Here are some funny quotes that all parents can relate to!     “90% of parenting is just thinking about when you can lie down […]

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Simple ideas for relaxation

Parents often feel stressed, overwhelmed and exhausted. It’s important to take time for relaxation. Here are some ideas to help you chill out!     Get out of the house and have some fresh air. Pop your headphones in and go for a walk. Take yourself somewhere else for a little while.   Rest when […]

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