Five to Ten
"It's when mummies and daddies are kissing and then they start weeing all over each other."
Are your little minions already threatening to take over during school holiday season?
The move from preschool to primary school can be a daunting experience for many children
What is the traffic like around your child's school? For many, it is pretty dire. In fact some parents have gone as far as saying drop-off and pick-up time is a "nightmare."
Sending your children to the same school makes sense, right? Logistically it's easier.
With endless parties and play-dates, kids’ social schedules can give the Kardashians’ diaries a run for their money.
My six-year-old daughter has recently taken to saying sorry – a lot. It's not like she's done anything wrong.
On average, kids are consuming 600 calories a day from snacks, 168 more than they did in 1977.
From my perspective her reading is developing beautifully, or at least, I thought it was.
Recently, while on a neighbourhood walk with my two-year-old son, a woman in a red truck gave me the finger.
Know a kid who would like a year's supply of free toys to test before they hit the shelves?
My seven-year-old daughter gets very easily frustrated and has frequent meltdowns.
Pre-children, I thought kids in the age range of seven to 12 were annoying.
So, all those expensive treatments and creams? Useless.
Teach your children 'theory of mind' and they'll have an easier time making friends.
Almost a week and a half into the school holidays and I was done in.
Much to my delight, all three of my kids are avid book-lovers, and part of me wants to take credit for that. (That's always much more fun than taking credit for the less-desirable traits of our children, isn't it?)
Star finding, spotlight, shadow puppets... we have put together the top fun things to do with your kids in the dark.
Various studies have found that somewhere between a quarter and half of parents do their kids' homework for them. Here is why you should stop.
Lego magazine is dishing out “beauty tips” for young girls who want to “change up their look”.
My 4-year-old is an only child. For the most part, she is very well behaved. My main concern is that when we are teaching her to do things, she gets very frustrated if she does it wrong and we correct her.
Recently this image has been circulating around Facebook. And it makes me cross. Very cross.
He was getting the kids ready for bed one night when a Facebook message showed up on his phone: "Is it true? Oh my god, I'm shaking..."
We fret about teaching our kids how to use the potty, why they should eat vegetables and why good manners matter. But what about money?
My 8-year-old has been saying lately, “I can do whatever I want” and “I am in charge of me.”
How to create a balance of choice and boundaries while giving your child room to grow in their independence.
After two years, we realised school was hindering my son's education.
"As a brand new school mum, I’ve recently discovered that schools have assumed the role of the Lunch Box Police," writes Kasey Edwards.
It has come to my attention that I'll soon mortify my children.
Life can be hard, and people lash out. My kids are exposed to a lot of unpleasantness at school because it trickles down from what many of their classmates get at home.