When her son Alex's weight stalled at three months, mum Jules Hyde suspected he might have a "tongue-tie".
Neil Patrick Harris' young twins, who would eat oysters over burgers, set an example for fussy kids everywhere.
Princesses don't need saving. That's the great message a new children's book is spreading.
"To stop her I would have to remove everything from my house, including all chairs and sofas."
What this move has shown me, though, is that sometimes the biggest changes are smaller than we grown-ups believe.
It's great when toddlers master new skills - but what about when those new skills end up costing you money?
I found Miss Ruby in the bathroom cupboards having an absolute ball pulling out boxes of plasters, unrolling toilet paper and she had even found a box of tampons to throw around the room.
Hi, Mum. I have a few things to tell you about your recent performance. Come see me.
I hear about the tots that have a penchant for ripping their nappies off and the odd one that even smears the brown stuff on the walls and fine home furnishings, and I shudder.
The US studio Disney has announced plans for Frozen 2, the long awaited sequel to the blockbuster animated film.
With the help of their Texas community and the hashtag, #ShakeItOffJalene, Jalene’s last wish was granted.
Last week, the treasured practice of toddler napping was called into question.
According to one viewers spiders should be feared and not befriended.
It is important to realise that a child’s developmental progress does vary greatly, and is not a race.
The signs of a head lice infestation may not be as obvious as you think.
My discipline pendulum has swung so wildly from tough to lenient and back again it’s given me vertigo.
Children who are given antibiotics as toddlers are at higher risk of obesity, according to new research.
We all know the kids and screen time debate, but researchers say it needs to shift to content.
Not everyone truly enjoys 'playing with their kids', and many parents feel like they don't do it enough.
As I scooped another helping of peanut butter straight from the jar into my mouth, I found myself silently chanting, "This too shall pass."
My three-year-old has discovered the toilet. And no, not in a "we're toilet-trained" kind of way.
It's common for toddlers to show a preference for either parent, and it will pass. Here are some ways to deal with it in the meantime.
I have a confession to make: I'm one of those bloody mothers who takes her bloody children to cafes.
I enjoy about a quarter of my time with them, and even that estimate may be high.
Parents share their tips on getting their early risers to sleep in, even for just a little bit longer.
The terrible twos are winding down and she's becoming much more independent.
As your toddler approaches three you'll find she's crying less as her vocabulary increases, she's becoming increasingly fussy about what food she likes to eat and might even be ready to transition to a bed.
At 28 to 20 months, your toddler’s memory enables her to recall events and people and easily find objects that are hidden from her.
Welcome to the period many people call the terrible twos - when tantrums, nose picking and distate for new food can become the new norm.