Isn't technology amazing? My parents can sit in their kitchen in Wales and spend quality time with their grandchildren in Sydney.
For nearly two years, my son didn't talk. Not much, anyway.
When Katie noticed that her son Jack was sitting with his legs folded underneath him in a 'W' shape she didn't think much of it. "I'd seen other kids sitting that way, so I just assumed it was a toddler thing and nothing to worry about," she recalls.
I've spent the last decade of my life ferrying boys from swimming to football to soccer and tennis. Now it's my daughter's turn.
When toddlers are learning to walk, many spend some time walking up on their tip toes, which is known as toe walking.
Depending on the sources you read, handing an iPad to a small child is akin to throwing them a packet of cigarettes. But this is not the necessarily the case.
It was a simple act of kindness, but one that made an exhausted mother's day.
When a mother uploaded a cute photograph of her 14-month old child online, she did not expect a swarm of internet trolls to write that her toddler was fat.
The books make it seem easy. You start toilet training, and within a few weeks, your child is no longer wearing nappies. In reality, things don't always go as planned.
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.
Australian toddlers are consuming their recommended daily salt intake in just one meal.
Children aged 1 most likely to be affected.
A toddler suffered the "worst chickenpox doctors had ever seen" after his mother was allegedly turned away by a GP's receptionist.
Brave Bonner three-year-old Josh Catterick is a great reason to put on denim and donate generously at Jeans for Genes Day 2016.
A new study from the US suggests that sleep – or rather bedtime – is even more significant than we thought.
To all the parents making a frantic dash down the baby food aisle: you're doing just fine.
Colourful kids spaces don’t only look great, but can assist in learning and behaviour, too.
These books make a great idea for baby showers, christenings, naming days, and early birthdays too.
Even one-year-olds can be very exploratory, experimental and creative.
Is it responsible parenting, or is this baby being subjected to unnecessary distress? That's the question dividing viewers of a video showing a six-month-old girl fending for herself in a swimming pool after being enticed to fall into the water.
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.
Baby laptops and other talking, flashing toys that promise to improve children's language skills may do the exact opposite.
Is this the sweetest dolls bed ever? It just might be and if you have a spare $169.95 for it, it might be the one for your child.
They'll have adorable capers with Olli Ella's Luggy wheeled basket.
They're just the most darling things - Skip Hop's new raccoon and chameleon designs have hit stores and they'll already be making their way into daycares everywhere.
Show and tell has been around for donkey's years. Well, at least since I was a kid, and according to my own children, I'm pretty old.
Its owners are billing it Canberra's first "prestige" childcare centre, with a concierge, hatted-chef to cook meals and a million-dollar fit-out making it look more like a hipster resort.
We know that childcare costs are ever rising, but the latest data - from the Melbourne Institute, which has been tracking the changing nature of how Australians live since 2001 - sets out the pressure on household budgets clearly.
Rising childcare costs are heaping more financial pressure on Australian families at a time when soaring house prices mean many are struggling to buy their first home or pay off a big mortgage.
One of Sydney's most expensive childcare centres is embroiled in a "sticky" situation.
Would you like your boss to give you an extra $100 a day to help out with childcare costs?