The long days of school holidays can be challenging for families. Work commitments keep parents out of the home and away from their children. And if they’re lucky enough to have time off, children complain about how ‘bored’ they are.
Each year Australia’s states and territories publish the top names given to babies in the previous year. McCrindle collates this data from the respective states and territories, analyses it, and uncovers the nation-wide trends. The data is in, and Australia’s top baby names are revealed. Continue reading “Australia’s Top Baby Names 2020”
Being in love feels amazing. And it’s incredibly good for you. New research shows having parents in love is also incredibly good for our kids. Continue reading “Being in Love is Great For Your Kids”
By: Laura Bennett
Keeping the kids entertained is a tall order at the moment. Between the closure of their usual outdoor hangouts and the time pressure on parents, giving kids meaningful activities to do can be tough. Continue reading “Children’s Entertainer Colin Buchanan Creates Online Kids Church”
The 20th of March is International Day of Happiness, which has been declared and celebrated by the United Nations since 2012. It’s the day that recognises that happiness is a fundamental human goal. Continue reading “5 Ways to Promote Happiness in Your Family”
“Excess screen time has reduced our attention span to eight seconds, one less than that of a goldfish.”
By: Laura Bennett
In a recent interview with pastor and worship artist Darlene Zschech, we got talking about parenting, and raising the next generation.
By: Jenny Baxter
My head screwed up with this fresh perspective. Oh my goodness!
Wearable trackers like the Fitbit, Garmin, Moove, or even smart-watches are gaining significant market-share with children – and with Christmas so close, it’s likely that they’ll be in plenty of Santa stockings.