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A whimsical hanging baby cradle

I’ve always liked the idea of a hanging baby cradle. We used a cot for our daughter Hannah when she was an infant, and while it worked out perfectly fine, I think I would insist on a hanging cradle for her first months of life if I could go back in time. They just seem […]

Winnie Rose Fallon

They say that to be a good parent requires a sense of humour. If that’s the case, American late-night talk show host Jimmy Fallon will be a great parent! Fallon and his wife, producer Nancy Juvonen Fallon, gave birth to their first child Winnie Rose Fallon via surrogate only a few months ago on 23 […]

Bond with your little one through baby massage

For some first-time parents, the words “baby massage” make their heads turn. It might sound strange at first, but babies love massage just like the rest of us! It also has many benefits. Not only is it a proven way to soothe a crying baby, but it can also help your baby sleep more soundly. […]

Fun home-made pizzas for children

It has happened to most of us working mums. After a long day at the office, one of the last things we want to do is slave over a hot cooker preparing dinner, so we phone our favourite pizza place and order one for delivery. The kids love pizza, and mum gets a break. It’s a […]

Why children need recreation time at home and at school

School recreation time is vital for our children to give their exhausted brains a rest and enjoy some exercise in the playground. But I have also found that it’s important to set aside time for fun activities at home. I encourage my kids Tom and Mary to run around for a while in the garden or play a board […]

A cushiony child’s toilet for potty training

It might seem a bit silly to say, but around the time that our daughter Hannah reached her first birthday, I began to become excited about potty training. It’s a big step, and I really looked forward to those first milestones as a first-time parent (and I continue to do so!). But about six months […]

Helping your children deal with bullying

Many children have to endure teasing from friends or acquaintances at some point. Sometimes it is all in good fun, but other times it is more frequent and hurtful and turns into bullying. It is important that we as parents teach our children how to handle these situations. But how? And how do we know when to step in […]

Monroe and Moroccan Cannon

Monroe and Moroccan Cannon are perhaps the most famous twins on the Internet! The two-year olds’ parents, legendary singer Mariah Carey and the multi-talented actor and rapper Nick Cannon, maintain a vast collection of family photos on their DemBabies website, and have even coined a Twitter hashtag, #dembabies, dedicated to their children. The site serves as […]

Soothing a crying baby

As a first-time parent, one of the first things you will have to learn is how to soothe your baby when he or she is crying. The first step to soothing a crying baby is to find out why he or she is crying. It can be a challenge, like learning another language! For new parents, […]

Making sure a working mum’s children don’t feel neglected

Time flies when you are a busy working mum. We begin the week making promises to spend more time with family, but before we know it, the entire week has slipped by, and we’ve spent most of our time not with your children, but with work. Whether you are working out of financial necessity or […]

Baby floor seats with back support

Our daughter Hannah loved to be held as an infant, which is why Chris and I invested in a baby ring sling to free up my hands so that I could do things around the house while still having her close. But even with my hands free, there are simply some things for which I […]

Beating the bedtime blues: How to get your children to sleep

Beating the bedtime blues is a challenge for many parents. I should know! My kids Tom and Mary have given me many headaches at bedtime, particularly in their first year at school. It’s common sense that a newborn needs a consistent sleep schedule, but toddlers and school-age children also need a regular bedtime routine if tears and tantrums are […]