Tag "Parenting"

Why a good night’s sleep can help you parent better

Motherhood and sleep deprivation mostly go hand in hand.  Round-the-clock feedings, frequent diaper changes and fussy cries from colicky babies can make sleeping soundly at night nearly impossible for new… read more…

Breaking barriers: Jessica Smith

Jessica Smith, Australian Paralympian and mother of two – with another child on the way – takes us through her the triumphs and tribulations with her body, career and motherhood… read more…

Back-to-school: 20% discount on all Magrudy’s products

From stationary to school uniforms, the back-to-school Magrudy’s range has everything your child needs for the new academic year. Even better – the store has a limited-time 20% discount for… read more…

Dubai mums! Here’s 9 not-so-sneaky ways you can find time for yourself

You probably know the ‘happy mama-happy baby’ motto already, so here are  – totally okay (and legal, we promise) ways to find some time for yourself in Dubai… Make a… read more…

9 ways to make sure your child has a safe school bus journey in the UAE

The roads in the UAE can be incredibly dangerous. Mother, Baby & Child looks at how you can make your child’s school bus journey as safe as possible… Children should… read more…

How to help your child to be emotionally intelligent

Emotional intelligence has gained increasing attention over the past decade. People who are emotionally intelligent, tend to be  strong communicators, empathetic and have a strong ability to identify and evaluate… read more…

Five ways to save money on children’s clothing in Dubai

Follow these savvy tips to avoid spending a fortune on your child’s wardrobe in Dubai… Buy gender neutral clothes It may be tempting to give in to good old stereotypes… read more…

Three signs it’s time to wean your baby

A baby is fully weaned when they’ve stopped breastfeeding and have moved on to eating other foods. It can be difficult however, knowing when it’s the right time to begin… read more…

The Power of Emotions

By: Bharti Varma, Holistic Facilitator and Corporate Trainer I have observed that, as expat parents, we often try to associate our children with our culture back home. We explore ways… read more…

The Parenting Guidebook

Very often, career and family life overlap. The overlap is more apparent when career addresses issues which are closely related to family life – and in the case of a… read more…