Mother of six and author of ‘Say it Once: The No Bullshit Guide to Parenting’ Kysa Kelleher writes that old-school parenting can pay long-term dividends for kids.
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Lotte North, co-founder of The Parent Hood, a social networking group for parents, fondly recalls being raised by a firm-but-fun single dad.
Popular Australian kids’ entertainers The Beanies have launched a new podcast, Imagination Station, on Kinderling Kids Radio – and there’s fun for the whole family.
The magic of Christmas should be stored in our hearts and minds and not in our phones, writes mum, teacher, author and founder of the ‘Don’t Press Send Campaign’ Katie Duffy Schumacher.
We profile John Finch, the man behind The Father Effect, a moving documentary (and newly released book) that explores his coming to terms with the ‘father-wound’ his dad’s suicide at the age of 11 created, the lasting impact of dads and the importance of forgiveness.
London-based dad of two, and founder of Being Dads, David Willans weighs up principal- versus rule-based approaches in harnessing a child’s creativity.
What’s smells more – a SBD or a trumpety-tooter? Entertainers and authors ‘The Listies’ tackle the big questions as we profile the ‘fun-for-kids’ experts.
Can one day honouring a parent be more important than another? Yes it can.
Dad of four Jamie Allpress explains how he’s come out the other side after two divorces and offers sage advice for those in the throes of a break-up.
We chat with Jason Thompson, father of two and the eagle eye and steady hand behind the popular sketch-blog, ‘The Art of Dad’.