We all know that being a parent is hard work. It is joyful, rewarding, and really really hard work! When we first begin our adventure into parenting we have certain ideas about what type
It's fun and easy to learn a bit about your child's brain! Your baby is growing a brain, and this brain will be responsible for how your child feels (emotions), what it thinks (cognition)
Did you know that mindful parenting can improve the relationship that you share with your kids and increase your parenting enjoyment? Learning basic mindfulness skills is easy and can be a good way to have fun and foster healthy brain development. What is mindfulness? Dr Russ Harris, author of the best-selling book The Happiness Trap,
Understanding brain development is important. The first three years of a child's life are crucial to their developing brain. Childhood experiences such as nurturing and stimulation are important because they encourage the cells of the brain
A babies brain is made up of cells that are called neuron’s. A neuron is a the name given to a cell within the nervous system. It is the basic building block of the brain,
Anger In Children Anger is normal! Yes, that's right, anger is an ordinary and meaningful part of the human emotional experience. Most parents will face stamping feat, screaming (often public) tantrums, flying toy missiles and
Have you ever wondered why babies and infants love to swing, sway, bounce and rock? There's a good reason behind this - they are stimulating their vestibular system. This is a vital part of the brain
The life of a toddler! If you have a toddler at home, then right now your child may be getting more adventurous with walking, learning language, and starting to get curious about anything and everything!
Is it "Baby Brain" or an amazing demonstration of neuroplasticity? A new article published by Scientific American Mind this month redefines Baby Brain! Professor Laura Glynn refers to the phenomenon known as Baby Brain
The human brain is pretty special, because it has this feature called plasticity. Imagine the brain is gooey like play-dough. As things change in our environment we can mould and reshape our brain to suit!