I'm raising my fourth and final child. I'm intrigued by the changes in my own parenting style over the past decade.
This bedtime book is unlike other picture books - it has maths problems instead of story lines. And kids think it's fun.
From J-Law's Globes dress to Lupita's red cape, this young style guru crafts masterpieces.
Mac and cheese and Marmite sandwiches don't cut it at many childcare centres these days - think quinoa, wild rice and pulled pork instead.
Pictures of 'normal Barbie' swept the web last year and now her designer is crowdsourcing funds to make her a reality.
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I'm regularly embarrassed by my daughter's hideous and inappropriate clothing combinations - but I don't interfere.
Miss K, at four, is no longer doing chores for the love of it. She's a professional and earning her own money.
Give-away toys and cartoon characters on junk food should be banned, scientists say.
Audit orders action on a litany of hygiene issues at Wellington Hospital, with the children's ward among the worst areas.
From tyre parks to building your own adventure, there are some epic playgrounds out there.
At just three years old Alexis Martin is a card-carrying member of Mensa.
The main difference between 3-year-old and a 4-year-old is you get a bit more feedback and it's not all good.
Everyone gets nervous about stuff and a four-year-old is no different.
Get the little ones to practice writing the alphabet capital letters - starting with A B C D E.
Get the little ones to practice writing the alphabet capital and lower case letters - with F G H I J.
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