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Sibling rivalry

Sibling rivalry occurs when children are young and learning to get along. Learn more about why children fight and get tips to manage sibling rivalry.

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Toddler and the new baby

There are many things parents can do to help your toddler prepare for your new baby. Read on about what to do, and what to avoid.

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Family and siblings

Children grow up in different structures such as nuclear families, blended families, rainbow families (same sex parents) and single parents.

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Raising and feeding twins

Find out more on how to get your twins to sleep, feeding your twins, preparing for preschool, twin bonds and dealing with sibling rivalry.

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Raising multiple babies

Raising multiple babies, such as triplets or more, can be challenging. But with support, raising and feeding multiples does get easier.

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Feeding multiple babies

Feeding multiple babies, such as triplets or more, can be challenging at first, but even breastfeeding is possible with some expert help.

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Pregnant with twins

If you're pregnant with twins, a healthy lifestyle and diet will help you manage your pregnancy and give your babies the best start in life.

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Giving birth to twins

Twins are more likely to be born early, often before 38 weeks, so it's important to understand your birth options, complications and special care.

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Giving birth to triplets or more

If you are pregnant with triplets or more, your birth will need careful planning. Find out how to prepare for your birth and what risks to consider.

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Pregnant with triplets or more

Learning you're pregnant with triplets or more can be a shock, but most parents find having multiple babies to be a positive experience.

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