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Discipline strategies

Finding the best strategy for disciplining your toddler can take time. Learn more about the do's and don'ts here.

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Car safety for babies

To be as safe as possible when travelling in cars, children and adults need to be using restraints or seat belts that are properly fitted and suited to the age and size of the person.

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Bedwetting in children

Bedwetting is common in young children. Here are tips including using bedwetting alarms and nightlights to help and support your child with bedwetting.

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Toilet training

Most children start potty training between 2 and 3 years of age. Find out whether your child is ready with these helpful toilet training tips.

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Are children affecting your couple relationship? — Relationships Australia

Many couples experience conflict related to child rearing.

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Simple rules for child-rearing - MyDr.com.au

10 useful rules to bringing up children.

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Car seat use: How to use a child car seat safely and correctly | Parenthub

Once the car seat is installed, you will need to use it every time your child rides in the car. Correct car seat use is important for your child's safety.

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Advice on how to position and install car seats correctly | Parenthub

Where should a child car seat go? How do you put it in? Correct car seat installation is important for your child's safety.

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Toilet training: when and how to do it | Raising Children Network

Children might be ready for toilet training if they have dry nappies, know about poos and wees, and can pull up pants. Here’s how to toilet train your child.

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Potty and Toilet Training Guide | Novita

Helpful Information Helpful Information | Tags: Daily routines Potty and Toilet Training Guide When it comes to potty training, it helps to have a few tricks up your sleeve! This step-by-step guide is full of tips and tricks to help your child get the hang of potty training

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