As the parent of three millennials, I pride myself on knowing voice mail is out, texting is in. Small-talk texting is out. Getting to the point is in.
In the wake of the #MeToo revelations, fathers can do much to ensure their daughters are confident enough to take on the world, writes Johanna Leggatt.
One mum's experience with a pint-sized escape artist!
A new U.S. report is recommending doctors write prescriptions for 'play' in order to boost a child's growth and development.
It's never to early to help your kids develop these important life skills.
Experts share advice on how observing wildlife can help create more compassionate kids.
Sometimes, boys use their behaviour as their language – writes Maggie Dent.
Be prepared to continuously reach out to both children with love, especially when they are moody.
It's time for my kids to gain independence, but I've been struggling to let them go.
A new policy on corporal punishment, the American Academy of Pediatrics' most strongly-worded yet, updates 20-year-old guidance on discipline.
We've worked hard to help our kids be kind and caring; now adolescence has hit.
There is no preparation for what it feels like for someone half your size to push you to the point of almost losing control.
Our children are learning about sex from pornography. Are you okay with that?
Female autism often expresses itself differently.
Gaining control over the relationship between their mind and their body is a major challenge for many kids on the spectrum.
Current rules about who meets the eligibility criteria are patchy and inconsistent.
A tricky situation made all the more so because the parents don't speak.
Parents say their child, who has high-needs, is being forced into mainstream schooling because they live over the border.
And what not to do.