We've asked Australian consumer organisation CHOICE for their advice on what products you should avoid buying for your children. Here are the 11 products that CHOICE recommends you do NOT buy for your baby, toddler or children.
This DIY project is KIND OF parenting related. I'm sure I'm not the only parent out there who has bought cheap chests of drawers - mostly from a certain Scandanavian superstore - when faced with an overflow of children's clothing and no where to put it.
London offers endless opportunities to keep the children entertained, as we found recently on a trip with our three children, aged 10, 8 and 6. Here are our tips for maximising enjoyment in this vibrant and varied city ...
How will the budget affect you and your family? And, in other news, what can you do to help raise awareness of food allergies in children? And why are you being asked to wear your tracky-dacks to work or school this month? Plus what simple and affordable product can reduce brain damage in infants?
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An Australian charity supporting families of premature babies & children. The charity assists families who are at high risk of giving birth prematurely, who have babies currently in hospital and families with toddlers who were born too soon.