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Instead of just surviving the teenage years, parents have an opportunity to help their teen grow and to strengthen their relationship, writes Eden Pontz.
Australia is lagging behind the world in still allowing parents to physically punish their children, writes Sophie Havighurst. She argues we must make it illegal.
The transition to ‘big school’ is not just about the kids but also their parents, Natalie Moutafis discovered. Here she shares her tips on surviving the first year as a school parent.
With signs that TV watching was affecting a Tiny Human, the plug was pulled on weekday television. Natalie Moutafis explains what happened next in this brave parenting experiment.
After hearing her kids utter a few choice words, Natalie Moutafis questions the power of swear words and how to approach their use by young kids.
With the start of the school year, Natalie Moutafis assumed it would be all about beginning prep - she soon realised it was also about the littlest one learning to do hard things.
When her kindy kid was being cheeky, Natalie Moutafis found herself reminding him that Santa was watching – and then wondering if this was the best approach.
The hit show Squid Game shows the need to check what your child is watching, writes the eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant.
Wednesday is the special day Natalie Moutafis spends with her Tiny Humans. With the eldest about to start school, the weekly get-together is about to change.