Building trust in the relationship to handling discipline to offering forgiveness, this is some encouragement for women that hold the role of stepmum.
Are parents right to be concerned about the dangers their children face in our increasingly digital world? Psychologist Kirrilie Smout is a reassuring voice for parents.
Setting healthy boundaries for your kids is hard, but you can do it! Hear how being a “mean” mum in the eyes of your children allows you to raise healthy, God-honouring kids.
Dads teach us more than we often realise. From daggy Dad dancing to helping us raise our own little humans, and all the moments in between. There is no one quite like Dad – he is simply awesome!
When, as a parent, you say “Yes” to your child’s dreams, amazing things can happen.
Babies are extraordinary little humans. Their ability to recognise their parents from very early on is a unique phenomenon. When they see a parent after some time apart the connection is unmistakable. This beautiful bond is clearly evident in this series of videos.
Author: Rachel Doherty | Tweens 2 Teen. When choosing a high school for your kids, it helps to have a process. After all, it’s a big decision! The final high school you choose depends on where you live and where your kids can get to. For some people, that will leave you with few options.…
Motherhood in a world full of Pinterest and Facebook may leave you feeling…well, less than perfect. Karen Ehman and Ruth Schwenk will do some mummy myth-busting and help you embrace your identity as a mum.
Author: Rachel Doherty | Tweens 2 Teen. School is a place where kids learn to compare and talent is applauded. But there are three ways ordinary kids can find their extraordinary place in life and be happy with it.
Ever wanted to make your own tie-dyed clothing? This super easy trick from What’s Up Moms will leave your kid (or yourself!) with the coolest tie-dyed kicks. All you’ll need is sharpies, a white pair of sneakers and rubbing alcohol.