Most children tell lies, but it can be a surprise when you first hear your child lying. Here’s how to encourage honesty and help your child avoid lying.
It can be a shock when you first hear your toddler or preschooler swear. Here’s a practical guide to children’s swearing, including tips to handle swearing.
Fear of strangers is normal for babies and young children. If fear of strangers is upsetting you or your child, our practical strategies can help.
If your baby or young child is cranky and tired, these might be signs of overstimulation. Find out how to balance activity and downtime for your child.
Watching your child have a breath-holding spell can be scary. But your child will start breathing again, usually in about one minute. Read more.
Lots of children have habits like nail-biting. Most habits go away by themselves. But if you need to help children break habits, here are practical steps.
Some babies and toddlers are afraid of the bath, and bath time can feel like a battle. Here’s how to help your child learn to enjoy the bath.
Pestering – it can be really frustrating. So how can you handle pester power? This article has practical tips on what to do when children pester.
Children often ask for things. Sometimes you can say ‘yes’, but sometimes it’s ‘no’. Your responses teach kids about communication, respect and compromise.
Some children are naturally slow to warm up or uncomfortable in social situations. If your child experiences shyness, you can help. Get tips.