PARENTING

PARENTING

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  1. baby drinking formula milk

    Parents get conflicting advice about mixing infant formula

  2. child car seat

    Car-seat naps outside the car put babies at risk

  3. Jewel Changi opening day (14)

    Commentary: It’s fast food galore at Jewel Changi Airport. Aren’t parents troubled by our kids’ junk food intake?

    Many have flocked to A&W and Shake Shack at Jewel Changi Airport. But maybe parents ought to take a step back to think about limiting our kids’ ...
  4. portly papa decluttering

    The art of decluttering doesn’t work so well on young ones who’ve inherited hoarder genes

    In this week’s Chubby Hubby, Portly Papa column, Aun Koh discovers the difficulty of downsizing and de-junking with two kids.
  5. File photo of child playing mobile game 2

    Too much screen time tied to school problems even in little kids

  6. Helicopter parenting, Ministry of Education, MOE

    Commentary: Thanks mum for not being a helicopter parent

    This mother’s day, CNA's Nazurah Razali thanks her mother for giving her a sense of autonomy and independence.
  7. Molly Zhao Yusi

    Commentary: This Asian obsession with Ivy League schools has got to stop

    The academic prep scene in China - a mix of boarding institutions, prep schools and coaching classes - has been brimming with activity over the ...
  8. Portly Papa eating with kids family restaurants cafes

    Kid-friendly eats: The Portly Papa's guide to eating out with your children

    In this week’s Chubby Hubby, Portly Papa column, Aun Koh puts on his food blogger hat to recommend his family's favourite kid-friendly places to ...
  9. Child playing with water at swimming pool

    Commentary: Swimming deaths – how to build children’s independence without compromising safety?

    Parents are faced with the daily tension between letting go so that the child grows in independence, and knowing when a situation poses grave ...
  10. smart phones are changing child development memories

    Is the immediate playback of events changing how children create memories?

    Looking at a video right after an event can overlay and alter the actual memory of the experience, experts say.