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13 Things I Have Learnt from My First 3 Kids To Help Me Parent The Next 2

As we parent each new child we gain more knowledge, we learn more strategies, we make more mistakes and we continue to come to the...


Equality is not always the answer. Why we cant always be fair…

“That is sooooooo not fair” wailed my 9  year old from the bathroom. Not really sure what he was wailing about but my swift response was...


Sibling Rivalry- Strategies to Manage the Inevitable!

Sibling rivalry, like parent guilt, tantrums and snotty noses seem to be part of the whole ‘parenting package’. Can we win the war, or should...


Stop bailing out the kids – and give them the skills to help themselves

It is only natural when our children are faced with loss, failure, disappointment or rejection that we want to step in, take away the loss,...


Guilt and Motherhood- Wasted Emotion or Part of the Package?

Guilty Mother Syndrome! Is it something you are automatically injected with the minute those double lines appear on the wee stick! I cannot tell you...


Being The Best Parent You Can Be

How can you be the best parent you can be?  How do you know that you are doing the best job when others are doing...


Tv Mums & their Parenting Styles : Role Models or Pure Entertainment?

Before I had children I knew exactly the type of parent I was going to be and subsequently I knew exactly the type of children...


Helping Children Grieve Part 3: Practical ways for parents to help their children cope with loss

My previous posts have looked at helping children grieve and how a childs age and development can determine their reaction to grief. I will finish...


Helping Children Grieve Part 2 -How age can determine a childs response to grief

Whilst children respond very differently to the loss of a loved one, there does appear to be some identifiable patterns of behaviour largely determined by...


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