How to Boost Toddler Confidence

Toddlers lose all day long! They’re weaker, slower, shorter, less verbal, and clumsier than almost everybody they know. They just want to win a few! You can’t protect your child from all the losses he’ll suffer while he’s growing up…. Continue Reading >

5 Ways to Stop Dieting: Find Freedom From the Weight-Loss Roller Coaster

Do you manage to stick to a diet for a few weeks but then start going off track? Or Are you constantly moving from one diet to the next, struggling with overeating & feeling out of control?​ Maybe you are… Continue Reading >

Fostering Childhood Independence

Children love being independent. We see this when babies try to spoon-feed themselves, toddlers demand to dress themselves and pre-schoolers want to help with household chores. Young children love to do things for themselves even when it makes life harder… Continue Reading >

3 Ways for Students to Build Strong and Positive Relationships with their Teachers

The new school year has started and your child may have a new teacher or may be starting high school, or perhaps your teen has a new English teacher this year. Whatever it may be, they will be spending the… Continue Reading >

How Drama Classes Prepare Kids for Life Beyond School

If your child tells you they want to be a musician, you encourage them to learn an instrument. If they tell you they want to be the next Ash Barty, you sign them up for tennis lessons. Perhaps they come… Continue Reading >

Multiple Advantages of Multicultural Parenting

As a young child develops into a grown-up, there are numerous influences that shape him as an individual. Each interaction with a fellow human being leaves a lasting impression on the child. Such influence on character is not wielded by… Continue Reading >

Valentine’s Day Special Edition

  Valentine’s Day is a chance to role model a loving relationship to your children Demonstrating a loving, healthy relationship to your children is one of the best gifts you can give them. What you both role model now is… Continue Reading >

Top 10 tips to ease your child’s separation anxiety

Separation anxiety is common among children of all ages. It’s the normal fear expressed when removed from their mothers or caregivers. It starts as early as 7 months and continues, but we can help ease out that feeling as early… Continue Reading >

Is your family ready to add a new pet?

Whether it’s your first pet or you already have a family pet, it can be tricky knowing when’s the best time to bring a new pet into your family. The bond created between pets and their owners can be one… Continue Reading >

10 Reasons to Take Your Child to the Library

by Susan Taylor   The library was such a magical place to me when I was growing up. I have so many happy memories going there with my mum and spending hours discovering and reading new stories in such a… Continue Reading >