When Alison Johnson put her 18-month-old Caleb down for a nap, she had no reason to believe her son was in any danger.
Is this toddler possessed or does he just have very good balance? Or do you think the video is a fake?
Children who don't attend playgroup are twice as likely to be developmentally behind those who do by the time they start school, new research shows.
IKEA has announced all blinds sold in its stores across the country either have no cords or non-accessible cords in a bid to prevent
It's impossible not to share this little boy's excitement about the alphabet.
A 3-year-old with a six pack is well ahead of those with resolutions to tone up in 2016.
There's one thing I don't love about my children's birthdays: the day before.
There is no make-up or special outfits and hairdos, but the five-year-old boy who took this picture captured the essence of motherhood as well as any professional photographer.
From the clever to the strange, we've found a selection of products to help you toilet train your toddler.
There's something about toilet humour and 3-year-olds - at an age where they're learning about the human body, this topic is an endless source of comedy. If your little one is captivated by bums, farts and wee, check out some of these books.
It's nice to celebrate a child making the shift from nappies to 'big kid' undies, but do we really need a semi-realistic used toilet cake to do it? Here are some of the best and worst cakes parents have used at 'potty parties' around the world.
Maureen Ross has walked into her dream job designing a 3D printed human ear for children.
Every day Brisbane mum Rebecca Lilly wakes up in fear that the tumours in her son's body have grown and spread.
Rumer Rose Maujean is due to celebrate her fourth birthday next month.
From glow sticks to common bleach and detergents, home is a poisonous place for children.
Celebrity chef Curtis Stone has accused parents of pandering to their children's demands and said fussy eaters should be sent to bed hungry.
Solar panels on roofs, compost bins in front yards: this tree-lined street is heartland for progressive Melbourne parents.
A French dad has captured his 3-month-old daughter, June, in a series that shows her in outfits of different professions in order to show the possibilities ahead of her. The dad, Malo, says that he, his wife and a few friends work quickly to avoid tiring the baby out.
Freelance photographer and mum Sioin Queenie Liao has created an adorable photo series of her sleeping son, Wengenn in Wonderland. Using only household items, Liao dresses Wengenn for the shoot before nap time, then works her magic while he sleeps. Liao has photographed over 1000 scenes of her son; from Tarzan to toy soldier, Wengenn has many adventures up his very cute sleeve.
Baby laptops and other talking, flashing toys that promise to improve children's language skills may do the exact opposite.
The way parents respond to their child's babbling can shape how their infants communicate.
One in five school kids is starting school unprepared.
Baby talk does more than just entertain babies - it helps foster important language skills, too.
It's the perfect solution to combat those toddler meltdowns when they no longer want to be in a pram but can't walk long distances.
Here's a puzzle that grows with them; the Puzzle Grow Pack by Millions of Monkeys.
Time to get those little feet into something a bit warmer: EMU Australia have the cutest range ever.
My wife and I opened a drop-in daycare centre in 2012 and ran it for three years.
Australian National University modelling of the Coalition's new childcare package suggests more families will be hit by the proposed changes than the Turnbull government's figures show.
The sudden death of a three-year-old boy from an unknown illness has led to the voluntary closure of a Shailer Park child care centre.
Many Grandparents who provide childcare do not realise they can be paid for babysitting through the Registered Care Provider scheme.
They are among the lowest paid professionals in Australia and now childcare workers are saying they've had enough and want the federal government to take action.
About 45,000 families will be worse off under the Coalition's childcare reforms because they pay childcare fees that are higher than the upper limits of the government's new subsidy rate.