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We're used to exerting control in our lives, like a toddler knocking over blocks. But all that has changed, writes Tim Klein in this recent blog. It's important to acknowledge what's happening.
In Ruairi O'Duil's household, isolation has been hardest on his Tween. Will our Tweens be the Covid Kids, a generation that needs special care?
Independent Schools Victoria Chief Executive Michelle Green welcomes the resumption of classroom learning, but notes schools face major challenges.
As a second-time mum, Natalie Moutafis is noticing how so many things have changed - and the special things that have remained the same.
With the easing of restrictions, our kids are heading back into the outside world. Ruairi O'Duil writes about the thrum of anxiety beating in every parent's heart.
Her Mum used to tell Natalie Moutafis she'd understand one day. Now, she does.
Getting the board game of Risk seemed like such a good idea, writes Ruairi O’Duil. Then things fell apart.
With two tiny humans in the house, isolation is reminding Natalie Moutafis of some important lessons – including children are like puppies, and ‘staying at home’ fun.
With learning from home in full swing, Ruairi O'Duil reflects on his accidental membership of the Good Parent Club, and has some reassurance for other parents who might be worried they are not getting it right.