Natalie Moutafis

My Tiny Humans: I used to…

Becoming a parent was a life-changing moment, but as Natalie Moutafis reflects, it's not merely a moment in time but a continuous change.

Opinion

How we can raise girls who like themselves

Our girls have more opportunities than ever before, but too many of them don't like themselves, as Natalie Moutafis discovers in a new book on raising girls.

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10 handy study apps for high school students

With the beginning of a new school year, parents are looking for ways to help their teenagers manage their workload and study. To help get you started, we've created a list of 10 handy study apps to share with your high school student.

News

Love Your Brain and it will love you back

We speak to child behaviour expert Chrissie Davies about her first children's picture book on helping parents talk to kids about the importance of understanding their brains. She gives tips on 'brain care', in this Q&A with Natalie Moutafis.

Features

My Tiny Humans: A Christmas Miracle

As the year comes to an end and thoughts turn to Christmas, Natalie Moutafis reflects on how this Christmas, time spent with family is the most joyous gift of all.

Opinion

Thriving with Anxiety: Anxious Mums

The challenge of anxiety never tests you more than when you become a mother. In this extract from Anxious Mums, Dr Jodi Richardson explains how anxiety doesn't have to stand in the way of a fulfilling life, and gives five tips to reduce worry.

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10 children’s books on the ABCs: Anatomy, Boundaries and Consent

Literacy isn't the only type of ABC for young children to learn – now, more than ever, understanding Anatomy, Boundaries and Consent is increasingly important for children to have the tools and language on these topics.

News

You’re in my body bubble Mum: A book review

In her efforts to empower and educate her children on personal body safety, Natalie Moutafis reviews the picture book My Body! What I say Goes! aimed at younger children and their grown-ups.

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Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus: A book review

Natalie Moutafis found a fun - and noisy - way to introduce philosophical concepts to young children with Mo Willems' award-winning book.

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