Foster your Munchkin’s uniqueness
Nurturing a child according to his temperament is immensely important. It aids in shaping their unique potential while preventing unnecessary damage and conflict. Yet, no two kids are exactly the same and neither are any two sets of parents.
How to spare the rod without spoiling the child
With South-Africa’s new anti-spanking legislation, even parents who are responsible and loving spankers simply cannot afford to stick to their guns (or wooden spoons) and continue their normal disciplining tactics.
Diet – probably one of the most dreaded four-letter words in domestic history.
The reason why nutrition often feels like a real burden is because our society’s concept of and relationship with food are quite rotten.
The metamorphosis from one year to another always entails a transition for children. Whether the shift is from preschool to “big school,” primary school to high school,
A modern teen and a screen go hand in hand (quite literally, if you consider how their smart phones are glued to their palms). While this phenomenon is a natural product of the digital age, it is also very unnatural on many levels.
Holidays are amazing, and so is letting go of the everyday routine with our kids, but we all know how hard it can be to re-establish routine once the fun is over:
Interview with Munchkins’ Super Granny, Andalene Salvesen and Celeste Rushby
In June 2017, a 12-year-old girl Mallory Grossman from New Jersey, USA, committed suicide allegedly due to cyberbullying.
The importance of routine is a routine topic in any parenting manual – as it should be! And if you have been a parent for long enough, you will surely agree on the value of a predictable pattern in the home for children’s well-being and a family’s optimal functioning.