Parenting

1 October 2015

Young Children Are Staying Up Too Late

The research shows that children as young as one are not going to bed until after 10pm. Parents have admitted to being more lenient with their children's bedtime than their ...
1 October 2015

Parents Are Baffled With Their Children's Homework

The research was conducted by Butlin's for their 'Astonishing Family Science Weekend.' The new camp run by consortium of the leading names in UK science including Bletchley Park Code Breaking, ...
1 October 2015

Banned: Smoking with Children in the Car

MPs have voted to make it illegal in England and Wales to smoke while children are in the car. Emerging eight years after smoking in public places was banned, the ...

29 September 2015

Jasmine Birtles shares her top tips for saving on family favourites!

Following the success of Pampers' first ever online-only Wonder Weekend earlier this year, Pampers are offering more amazing savings, only this time you can enjoy a whole week of wonderful ...
25 September 2015

Drynites Top Tips For Confident Kids

Every day children are faced with challenges that can knock their confidence, whether it's at home, in class or in the playground. One of the most common can be bedwetting, ...
24 September 2015

Action for Children Are Looking For Foster Carers

Action for Children is searching the UK; it's looking for people across the 4 nations who have the ability to stick with us to help children. We call it stickability. ...

18 September 2015

British Dads Stop Hugging Their Kids At Ten

From birth we constantly hug our babies, so why do we ever stop? Fairy Non Bio has released some research regarding how many fathers hug their children, when they are most ...
18 September 2015

Are Your Children Dehydrated At School?

A new study by BRITA surveyed 2,000 parents of primary school children. The results show that almost three quarters of parents don't know how much water their children drink whilst ...
12 September 2015

British Girl Smarter than Einstein and Hawking

Lydia Sebastian, from Langham in East Anglia, achieved the top score of 162 on Mensa's Cattell III B paper, which suggests that she has a higher IQ than world famous ...

11 September 2015

Tips For Everyday Parenting Battles: Is It Time To Call A Truce?

It's no secret that parenting battles can often end in tears, tempers and tantrums (both theirs AND yours!), even before and after the inevitable 'terrible-twos' phase. The good news is ...

11 September 2015

How to spot if your teenager is suffering from stress

By Janey Downshire, from Teenagers Translated specialising in Teenage Development and runs programmes helping parents and teenagers A new study out today from National Citizen Service (NCS), a youth empowerment ...
8 September 2015

Kids Influence Car Buying

More than three quarters of parents (78%) claim that having kids forced them to buy a new car. And nearly four in ten (37%) say that children go on to ...

7 September 2015

Ditching The Dummy and Night Weaning by The Sleep Nanny

Dummies and night feeds are two things we rely on as parents because they can often be the quick fix to getting our babies back to sleep but continuously replugging ...

7 September 2015

The School Run Runway

As the kids return to school for a new term, mums are feeling under pressure to look their best at the school gates. In fact, the average mum spends at ...

2 September 2015

Exclusive interview with Laura Hamilton on pregnancy, diet and fitness (part 2)

Laura Hamilton talked to Female First at the beginning of her weight loss and exercise journey. She is hoping to get her body back to where it was before she ...

2 September 2015

School Uniforms How It Saves You Money

At this time of the year many parents are having to splash out on new school uniforms which appears to be a big expense, but is the perception true? Think ...
29 August 2015

Parents are Worse Than Kids on Car Trips

Kids are often blamed for being a disruptive influence on car journeys, but according to a new Ford survey parents are creating just as much tension while on the move. ...

26 August 2015

Study reveals English Children Are Among The Unhappiest in the World

A study conducted by The Children's Society shows England at rank 14 for life satisfaction of its young people. The study included 15 countries from around the world in order to ...

25 August 2015

'Child Taken Into Care Because of Computer-Related Neglect'

A child whose parents spent too much time playing video games has reportedly been taken into care. Social workers decided to become involved with the child's welfare after reasoning that the ...

25 August 2015

Michelle Heaton talks about the importance of making time to play with your children

Working mum Michelle Heaton is the face of the new 'Make Time 2 Play Campaign', following results that over a third of children value entertainment technology over traditional play. She ...
24 August 2015

Top 10 Teatime Tips - How To Get The Family Together

Long working hours, tiresome commutes and social commitments often means families don't get the opportunity to sit down and eat their evening meal together. Throughout the years researchers have found that ...
19 August 2015

8 tips on ensuring your children have fun outside this summer

With the summer holidays in full swing and shocking statistics claiming that children will spend more time in front of screens that outdoors over the break, we've got some top ...
19 August 2015

Emma Kenny discusses 'back to school syndrome'

Emma Kenny has teamed up with Kleenex and confesses that she is 'one of those mums' who puts notes in her children's lunches saying 'I miss you' and 'I love ...
18 August 2015

Top tips for breaking the holiday sleeping habits and getting the family back on track

The summer holidays can throw out the whole family's sleep pattern, but don't worry Silentnight's sleep expert can get you back on track with a few simple steps. Dr Nerina ...
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