When parents rescue children
Wilson McCaskill, discusses why we shouldn’t rescue our children unnecessarily as often happens in many families. Many parents are quick to help, protect and rescue their children from harm, difficult situations and possible failure. Wilson asserts that we should ensure that children fail and experience difficulty so they can learn how to be persistent, how to persevere, and how to pick themselves up from failure. These will be important life tools for everyone!
The MindUp Program
The video highlights valuable points about the benefits of kids learning to be aware of themselves as well as to control impulsiveness and calm down (teachers and parents too).
How to beat the middle age spreadYou swear you're not eating any more but somehow you are a stone heavier than you were last year.
Favorite BooksGet your kids hooked on books by choosing Children's Choice Award winners.
Water retention in pregnancyBy the time you reach your third trimester, your bump will probably be starting to feel rather heavy.
Toffee apple cupcakeAn indulgent autumnal bake perfect for bonfire night parties, these spiced apple cupcakes are topped with lashings of toffee buttercream.
13 Things Your Mom Never Told You1.
Should you fight in front of your kids?Few among us can say we’ve never fought with our significant other within earshot of our brood.