Baroness Floella Benjamin discusses the effects of social media on wellbeing and what the government and parents should be doing to keep children safe.
After reading a lot about ticks and Lyme Disease in the news recently, I wanted to share our experiences from last summer. Fin, then 6 years old, contracted Lyme Disease, but it was a long road until his eventual diagnosis.
Research shows a two-year-old’s language development can strongly predict reading skills on entry into school, as well as later educational attainment.
You’ve received a wedding invite and this time, the inner envelope includes the words “...and family.” The wording makes it very clear that your kids are invited to the wedding, but should you take them? Scenarios begin playing in your mind. What if your toddler throws a tantrum mid-vow and you find no escape route?
Choking is one of the leading causes of death for children under the age of three. RoSPA has provided us with some important advice on choking and suffocation prevention.
Did you know that if you save £3,600 gross per annum into a pension for a new-born until they were 18 and then left it to grow? At 60 they could have a pot of nearly £800,000!
An expert article by Childnet International on how you can start a conversation about online safety with your child.
A recent study, showed that working mums and stay at home mums experience the same amount of guilt. This isn’t about whether we work or don’t work. It seems we’re living in a guilt epidemic - a survey I completed last year revealed 80% mums feel some level of guilt every day.
The brains of newborn babies are sensitive to seizures in the first week of life. Some babies will continue to have seizures as they get older, but some babies will never have any more.