Beijing Tai Tai

Today’s post is from the wonderful author Tania McCartney. Her latest book, Beijing Tai Tai is a collection of shrewdly observed, heartfelt and humorous insights into Beijing expatriate life. Beijing Tai Tai ($24.99) is available from www.exislepublishing.com.au. You can read more about Tania at the end of this post, in which she shares how organisation […]

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This post is from Christie at Childhood101. Christie has a fabulous blog which is a great resource for parents and has a philosophy I strongly believe in – that play is a critical factor in early childhood development. Childhood101 is a finalist for the parenting category of the Nuffnang Asia Pacific Blog Awards being held […]

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{Image by TheAlieness GiselaGiardino²³} Today’s post is from Debra Dane. After 8 years as a stay at home mother Deb is now combining her previous office based skills with those gained as a parent and moderator on a parenting forum. At Home Life Simplified, Deb writes “about strategies and resources that help you figure out […]

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Today’s guest post is from Mary Flo Ridley. Since 1986, Mary Flo Ridley has encouraged and equipped parents of young children to be successful in the daunting task of starting a conversation with their children about sex. Armed with humor, personal stories, and medical research, Mary Flo walks parents through very specific ways to answer […]

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This give away has now closed and the winner was Kim! Thanks for visiting Planning With Kids! This is the last post in the Motherhood series and it is from Christie Nicholas, a mother of 2, author of The Mum Who Roared and head of Kids Business, a specialist communications agency connecting companies with mums. […]

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Now this is not my big family story, but the big family story from a wonderful family I know. Katie is kindly sharing her journey as a mother as part of the motherhood theme for this month. (Katie also contributed many fab tips in the Planning With Kids book.) The first time I read this […]

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