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Tongue-tied

New mothers are often told, “breastfeeding is best”. However, sometimes the milk just doesn’t flow and more mothers believe that tongue-tie might be to blame. Read More

Keeping Safe Around Dogs

Research shows that having a dog is good for children as it increases their attentiveness, decreases anxiety and improves their emotional intelligence. Read More

Extend Your Learning with the New Level 4

Following a review by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA), 2018 will see the rollout of a streamlined range of new early childhood education qualification pathways that will be useful... Read More

Ever heard of Technoference?

It’s the term used to describe interference in your personal relationships due to the over-use of technology such as smartphones, tablets, computers, and other devices. Read More

Healing your Skin the Natural Way

There is debate amongst the medical profession as to what causes eczema. Some doctors simply say it’s a case of sensitive skin, while others are now understanding and investigating the... Read More

Helping Children Heal after a Natural Disaster

It seems that more and more of us have been adversely affected in some way by a natural disaster. Read More

Dad's Matter

The bond between a father and his child differs for every family - but whether working full-time or a stay-at-home dad, a steady father figure is hugely influential and beneficial. Read More

Managing Mummy Guilt

Mummy guilt comes in many forms – from what you feed your little one, to how you should spend more time doing amazing arts and crafts projects like your coffee... Read More

Decoding Food Labels

Decoding food labels can be a nightmare. How much sugar, salt and fat is in each product? Which additives are nasty? Healthy Food Guide Nutritionist, Claire Turnball, shares some of... Read More

Why I Love My Educator

What was clear was whether they were a parent or an educator, there is one thing they all shared – a love for children. Read More