Another dangerous social media trend has come to light after a 12-year-old boy died after taking part in the Blackout Challenge on TikTok.
This touching video by Kudos Services, shows just how important good care and support is for children and teenagers with disabilities.
This mum set to task to make her son’s 10th birthday one of the most epic yet, bringing Minecraft building blocks to life with this party!
Newsflash mums: The majority of tweens and teens are watching porn. Here’s how to tackle this topic with minimal awkwardness and eye rolls.
High School – it’s a whole new ball game from primary school. Here are 10 very useful things you should know!
Discover the better way to period with Modibodi underwear, swimwear and activewear for yourself and your tween or teen daughter. We’ve got a great discount too, but be quick as it’s only for a limited time.
Oh, looky here. NERF has made a vacuum cleaner designed specifically to clean up NERF darts. Who needs one?
We’ve unlocked the parenting side of TikTok and OH THE LAUGHS. We love these parents imitating their teen kids. Savage eye rolls included. CAN RELATE!
Parenting experts are asking parents to keep their kids off TikTok for the time being as TikTok attempts to remove a very disturbing video of a man’s suicide from the video platform. Here is what parents need to know about this graphic footage.
Got a tween boy at home? Wouldn’t it be great if he would follow these simple rules!?? A mum can dream, right?
Hayden was not sick. He did not struggle with depression nor did he have a history of mental health problems. He was a normal healthy and happy kid who was unprepared for social isolation. And it cost him his life. His father has made a very powerful video reflecting on how social isolation and COVID played a role in leading Hayden to suicide.
Interactive, engaging and full of interesting facts, these Lonely Planet kids books are so cool to read the kids won’t even realise they’re learning!
Parents, before you bring HPV up at the dinner table, have a read of our guide to the virus so you are armed with just the right things to say to your teen.
‘Dumb’ takes on a whole new level with this TikTok trend known as the Skull Breaking challenge. With a name like that, you know it won’t end well.
And you thought 8 was a tough age for boys! Wait until they enter the ‘Tricky 10s.” We’ve teamed up with a paediatric nurse to understand what’s going with our 10-year-old boys.
To my daughter, before you get any more grown-up. And to all the mums with little girls that are growing up way too fast, feel free to pass these along.
This simple jar has made a huge difference to our school holiday plans, prevented loads of fights and stopped the “what can we do?” questions.
She caught me off guard. What do you say at this critical moment? How do you have the dreaded Santa talk? One mum tells us how she got it seriously wrong.