A couple more questions though. What do you do when your child doesn't listen to you in places that you can't use the naughty step? For example, last night in the bath tub, my son wouldn't stand up when I needed him to in order to rinse him off. I had to physically stand him up (killing my back in the process) and then he still wanted to sit back down.Read More
My Name is *Jamie* im in my lateish teens nad am desperatly seeking your help, my family and i moved towns at the start of last year and i had to change schools, that was all good but then this guys asked me out i said no and he and between 6 and 12 of his mates began bullying me it went all year they would stand at one end of the class room and i would be at the other they would call me all the dirty names under the sun and the teacher would do nothing yet i got in troubble for saying whatever and things.
hi my name is sarah me and my partner have just started having his 2 year old son from a previous relationship. We are having trouble getting him to eat anything other than jam sandwiches which he calls cake. We know he likes the things we cook as his mum sends it with him or she has told us he likes them. we have tried saying you can have pudding if you eat your dinner but it doesnt work we have tried letting him choose but thats doesnt work. please can you help.Read More
I would like to know what a daily routine for a 9 month old should look like. I have been all over the web and everywhere I look it says that children thrive with a daily routine but I cannot find an example of one for infants/toddlers. We have a very consistent dinner (~6p), bath (~6.30p), reading (~7pm), bed (~7.30p) and wake-up (~7.30am) routine. It is in between wake-up and dinner that I have no routine and am not sure what I should be filling it with. Especially how long naps should be and how many. It seems like my son sometimes sleeps most of the day and then other times, doesn't sleep that much. HELP!Read More
Instead of Burning Questions this month, we're tackling a big back-to-school issue that can be a bit of a challenge in homes around the world… homework time! Before your child puts pencil to paper, make sure they have the right surroundings to work and study in to create positive study habits at home. One of the best ways to encourage your child to complete their assignments is to create a homework space that's all their own.
We're breaking down the ABCs of creating a comfortable space that will have your child on their way to an A+!