Our Homes Needs Routines – parents and children grow and develop when good routines are in place in our family life. Young children thrive in routines. Like adults, children need a daily routine to know who should do what, when, in what order and how often. Creating a routine for your young child will have many benefits for their growth and development. So even if you try to resist routines this is your opportunity to see the other side.
Parenting is an incredible experience however it is widely accepted that it is also a very challenging one. Understanding why children behave as they do and why parents respond as they do supports the parent-child relationship. The key is to focus on what your child is doing well, even if this requires looking deeply, find what they do well, the smallest of things and start there
The ultimate guide for fathers who do not live with their children. This mini-booklet is a quick guide for the first 5-years of fatherhood to support separated fathers to be a Dad.