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5 Common Toddler Sleep Problems & How to Deal with Them


There’s a high number of toddlers who find it difficult to settle down at night and many who will still wakeup before morning. All toddlers are different and so many parents might not have to deal with these issues, but for those who do, it can be frustrating and exhausting for both you and your child. This article will look at 5 of the most common toddler sleep problems and some solutions on how to deal with them.

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Simple Guide on How to Manage Sibling Rivalry

Every family has experienced sibling rivalry in some form or another. Many grew up with it, while some may be experiencing it now with their own children. It can be caused by a multitude of reasons, however, most of it stems from flared tempers that all children are prone to unleash.

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9 Best Online Resources for New Parents

If you are about to be or already are a first time parent, you may be on information overload right now. The internet has thousands upon thousands of websites on parenting and most of them say something completely different than the last. This is due in part to the many different parenting styles and beliefs. No matter your parenting style, these 9 online resources for new parents will help guide you and with accurate information at that.

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7 Best Brain-Boosting Foods for Toddlers


Ensuring your child's brain develops naturally and healthily is critically important for parents. Providing your child with the best foods to help achieve this is a great way to help them to advance, learn and develop as people. Brain development is important in all parts of their lives; playtime, learning, reading, talking and imagining are all impacted by the rate of brain development. This article will look at 7 of the best brain-boosting foods for toddlers.

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7 Ways to Avoid a Public Meltdown


When it comes to public temper tantrums, it can be hard to remain in control and to keep your cool. But being able to maintain a level head will benefit both you and your toddler. This list contains 7 ways to avoid a public meltdown and to get a grip on those embarrassing situations.

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New Year, New You: 15 Ways to be a Better Parent

As a parent, all we want is to raise healthy, confident and happy children. There is so much advice available to parents on how to raise children and how to be better parents. Here are just a few ways to be a better parent that you may want to start working on as part of your New Year’s resolution!

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8 Tips for Baby’s First Christmas

Whether your baby’s arrival was at the start of the year and they’re already approaching their first birthday, or you have a little wriggly newborn, it’s baby’s first Christmas! That’s bound to tug at many heartstrings and you’ll want it to be perfect, so here’s our top tips for baby’s first Christmas.

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6 Tips to Create Lasting Christmas Traditions for Kids

Most of us have fond lasting memories of Christmases past. Times spent building up the excitement, wondering if Father Christmas will bring us our dream gifts, the tree, the treats and going to bed clutching our new favourite toy. Everyone wants their own kids to build those same lasting Christmas traditions and memories. Here’s how we like to create ours.

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5 Top Parenting Tips for the Holiday Season

The Holiday Season, it’s a time of family, friends and fun, but often mixed with a little sprinkle of disruption and too much excitement! Here’s our top parenting tips for the holiday season.

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6 Ways to Stop Your Child from Watching Too Much TV

Determining how much television is healthy for a child to watch can be difficult for a parent. Watching the television can be very entertaining for young children, it may help them develop some language skills and it gives them a chance to learn about the world. On the other hand it can be very addictive and research has shown it can even contribute to obesity, poor grades, sleep problems and behavioral issues (Med.umich.edu, 2015).

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