"Children" Blogs & Blog Posts

My wife has agoraphobia and my son is autisticMy wife has agoraphobia and my son is autistic

How agoraphobia and autism affect a slightly unusual composite family(?)

 
Amy's MusingsAmy's Musings

Tales from the anti-soccer mom of 3 great kids, Erma Bombeck with a bite. H...

 
Ramblings of a Freelance WriterRamblings of a Freelance Writer

A Pom in Perth. Freelance writer. Full-time mum. Part-time blogger. Exhaust...

 
childrensministerblog.comchildrensministerblog.com

Ideas, free resources, reflections and activities for the busy children...

 
Beyond Human NatureBeyond Human Nature

All the things you don't want to think about (and some that you do)

 
The School Vegetable PatchThe School Vegetable Patch

Information advice and resources for anyone who gardens withs chool childre...

 
Larger Family LifeLarger Family Life

A mother of many blogs about living life the larger family way

 


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After Mondays rant you might have thought that I was out of things to whinge about. I'm not. There's nothing like a family holiday to make you feel like you're a crap parent. I see all these photos of families having wonderful holidays, happy, p...

Last month, a study published in the Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics described just how prevalent advertising is in apps geared towards children, and its findings have now led three Senators to ask the FTC to investigate. Sen...

FreeTime Unlimited, Amazon's service that gives parents control over their kids' screen time experience, is expanding to Audiobooks. Starting today, more than 1,000 kid-friendly stories from Audible will be available through FreeTime Unlimi...

Habitot Children's Museum in Berkeley, California is making an unusually generous offer to the families of homeless kids. They are providing them with the opportunity to celebrate their child's birthday at their facility for free. Their free birthday...

It’s the Growing Patriot podcast for kids! This week, we talk about how people celebrated special events in colonial times. Holidays, weddings, special occasions- how were they like today, and how were they different? Charlotte from Long Island...

Weaving folk tales into Soviet children’s books, it turns out, was a fairly unconventional move in the 1930s. Read more...

    This is surely the fulfilled dreams of lesbians all over: thanks to a miracle of technology, now two different women can carry the same baby. And I don’t mean in their arms. Ashleigh Coulter and her wife, Bliss Coulter, have made...