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THE SECRETS OF HAPPY FAMILIES

<a href="/parenting-resources/travel/the-secrets-of-happy-families">THE SECRETS OF HAPPY FAMILIES</a>

Keeping your children entertained on long car journeys or during the hours spent waiting to board a flight can be an extremely tricky exercise, so instead of resorting to the age-old game of ‘Twenty Questions’ Bruce Feiler decided to draw on the most creative minds in the gaming industry to make travelling more fun for his whole family. Read full article

Co-operative Parenting, Not Sexual Orientation of Parents, Matters to Children

<a href="/articles/co-operative-parenting-not-sexual-orientation-of-parents-matters-to-children">Co-operative Parenting, Not Sexual Orientation of Parents, Matters to Children</a>

A new study of adoptive families recognises that regardless of whether parents are same-sex or heterosexual couples, greater levels of support for one another and satisfaction with the sharing of parenting tasks are what generate good behavioural outcomes for children. This is an interesting insight for people working with adoptive families and adds to the ongoing conversation about parenting models and what works for children. Read full article

A Family is Where Love is Abundant

<a href="/blogs/yvettevignando/2011/06/20/a-family-is-where-love-is-abundant">A Family is Where Love is Abundant</a>

Sitting in her New York apartment being interviewed by a New York Times journalist, Gabrielle Einhorn says that for her, a family means abundance, commitment, and the intimacy that comes from a shared history. Her child, Griffin, was conceived by an IVF sperm donation from a very close friend of hers; Griffin’s biological father’s name is George Russell and he is gay. Mr Russell has his own partner, David Nimmons. On Sundays all four of them have dinner together, and Mr Russell stays over a few nights each week to spend time with Griffin. At this point, most readers will be starting to make judgements about Griffin’s family. Is this the right thing for Griffin? Is it ideal for families to be formed in this way? Read full article

Toddler Tactics

<a href="/parenting-resources/toddlers/toddler-tactics">Toddler Tactics</a>

Book:Toddler Tactics by Pinky McKay. Being the parent of a toddler can be exciting, inspiring and exhausting - all at once. Your adorable little baby has now become a moving, grooving tot with attitude, and it will take all your patience and skill to deal with these changes. Parenting expert Pinky McKay explains what to do at each stage of development and offers practical strategies for parents of toddlers. * communicating with your toddler * discipline and good manners * good eating habits * routines for play and sleep * toilet training * family dynamics Toddler Tactics is bursting with practical strategies for making the toddler years the exhilarating experience they should be. Read full article