Boredom-busting games

babies diagnosed with autism at 2 months

How Young is Too Young for Technology?

Welcome to the future, it’s a scary place where children as young as three can dart around a computer with very little hassle, often leaving their parents dumb-struck by what they have seen. You can’t halt progress, so what can you do? The simple answer is to nurture your child’s interest in technology and assist

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Dressing up

Keep bored children entertained

When the weather is unsettled kids tend to run havoc with boredom throughout the house. Here are some ideas to keep bored children occupied and you stress free. (1) Fashion show – All little girls love to dress up and experiment with their mothers make-up, so host a special fashion show. Get the paper, pens

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Two Sisters playing games

Games to play on a rainy day

Part of the fun of being a parent is introducing your kids to the games you used to enjoy as a child. Next time your children complain of being bored on a miserable weekend try teaching them some of these games. Hide & Seek The beauty of this one is that it can be played

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Easter eggs

Easter Egg Alternatives

Ask any child what Easter means to them, and chances are their eyes will light up, they will lick their lips, and then say ‘LOTS of chocolate eggs.’ For most kids, the real meaning of Easter has been buried beneath a mound of foil-coated, high calorie Easter eggs, pretty much guaranteed to rot teeth and

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Woman thinking

The 10 best things to spend your hard-earned cash on

Every parent probably has a few things tucked away in a cupboard that we bought when expecting our first child, but never really used. Here are some must-buys that you will never regret spending your precious pennies on. 1. The best hand cream you can afford. Because you’re worth it, obviously, but mostly because your

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