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Wednesday 22 Aug 2018 · Parenting
Curiosity is something to be encouraged in our kids, but when they start to ask curly questions about life, faith, and why you make them set the table – how do you handle it?
Thursday 26 Jul 2018 · Health and Wellbeing
Asthma is a very important medical condition. In some people it can be life threatening, so it needs to be taken seriously. This article is a brief overview of the latest in asthma research, with a specific emphasis on the role of ENT specialists in asthma management.
Wednesday 18 Jul 2018 · Parenting
Screen time for children - it’s one of those tricky topics to deal with from day to day. There are such mixed messages in the media about how much screen time is appropriate, healthy or even just OK for children to have.
Friday 6 Jul 2018 · Parenting
A new study of babies out of the Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Ohio found that the more you hug a child, the more their brain grows!
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Friday 22 Jun 2018 · Parenting
No matter how many degrees I’ve earned, sermons I’ve preached, or seminars I’ve taught, nothing matters more to me than winning the hearts of my children.
Monday 4 Jun 2018 · Parenting
Parenting - as we all know can be tricky to navigate. A common piece of advice that we see given a lot is to work out what style or methods of parenting will suit you best, but is this the best way to go about things?
Tuesday 29 May 2018 · Parenting
Our sanitised, “keep them safe at all costs” approach to outdoor play is affecting our children’s natural desire for exploration, and impacting their ability to manage risk and all that goes with it.
Wednesday 16 May 2018 · Parenting
Instead of toughening our children up, let’s develop that sensitivity and find ways to support their resiliency at the same time. It is possible to be sensitive and resilient.
Friday 11 May 2018 · Parenting
If parents want their children to become mature adults they need to let them embrace life, make decisions and face the consequences of those decisions.
Thursday 10 May 2018 · Parenting
With the adventure of adolescence before them, 12 year olds are still close enough for parents to model a grown up life and not too distasteful to be dismissed as out of touch.