Caring for toddler
What is better than a parody? A parody of a parody and this mummy blogger, Deva, nailed it.
It was dance recital time. One by one the girls twirled across the stage until, last of all, Miss K took her turn.
Parents need to be washing their child's nightly snuggle toy at least once a week, researchers say.
Eating a hot meal, having a long bath, some of these are hard to do when you have kids. If you could write a letter to Santa, what would you wish for?
I grew up a girly girl, my adventures were sedate, Milin, who is now nearly two, is fast becoming the opposite.
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Four-year-old Noah cried when he found out he needed glasses, then 60,000 strangers convinced him glasses are cool.
Saxon Evans was born with an extra toe and a skin tag. Last December he stopped walking and talking overnight.
With five little words, my mum turned my day around and helped me put things in perspective.
When I was younger it was usually only me that had to suffer the ill effects of a big night out.
After a nightmare in Santa's grotto last year, Kiran is not taking her kids to see Father Christmas this year.
Matt and his family are well on their way to starting a new chapter in Christchurch and have bought the perfect family home.
I am not the perfect mother I dreamed I would be. But I have realised she doesn't exist.
New regulations that would require some paddling pools to be fully fenced off will save lives, says minister.
The video monitor, affectionately known in our house as Hal, has become like a member of the family. He's always been there.
For people with autism sounds are louder, colours are brighter, and touch can be a disturbing intrusion.
A heavily pregnant mother says a bus driver threatened to bump her off the bus if she brought a stroller on board again.
You have seen your toddler throw a tantrum, or behave inappropriately but what would it look like if you did the same?
The TV has gone from being a box in the corner that comes on at mealtimes to becoming a much-watched screen that is on sometimes for long periods.
A mum launches a full-scale social media search campaign to find daughter's lost toy.
Is this the first sign of how, at times, they will not want to share their prized possessions with each other?
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