This week, parenting columnist Ian Munro revisits "quantity time"
Pre-teen has an irritating new, two-word, passive response to just about every question: "No idea", writes parenting columnist Ian Munro.
It’s the job of a teenager to work out what’s important to them as they struggle with issues of right and wrong, writes parenting columnist Ian Munro.
Parenting columnist Ian Munro sees the benefits of a sugar tax- particularly when it comes to the health of our kids.
The range of things that kids can find stressful might not be as limited as we often think, writes parenting columnist Ian Munro.
Blue and super heroes are for boys and pink and Disney princesses are for girls. Or maybe not, writes parenting columnist Ian Munro.
While he was with us over Christmas, the family's youngest let rip with a phrase we'd rather not have heard from him, parenting columnist Ian Munro writes.
Doing the groceries might seem like a chore, but an American researcher has discovered it has hidden benefits for young children’s development, Rebecca Fox reports.
You check on your teenager before you go to bed and they're not there. Worse, their backpack and some clothes are missing as well, writes parenting columnist Ian Munro.
Parents who would like to better understand and better parent their teenage children will have an opportunity to hear the latest research into teenage brain development at a seminar later this...
We're moving into the pet-request phase of our grandchildren's lives; a horse, a dog, guinea pigs and kittens are on the list writes parenting columnist Ian Munro.
"You’ve been really growly at me all holidays. Even when I’ve been good and I haven’t done anything wrong." Ill-chosen words, writes Ian Munro.
What children find funny tells us a lot about their stage of development, says parenting columnist Ian Munro.