We all want our children to be confident and able to assert themselves, but what can you do if your little one’s boisterous behaviour is getting out of hand? We sent one Dubai-based mum to review the services of a parenting education specialist to see if she could help...April 04, 2019
Louise Emma Clarke’s two sons are just 21 months apart - but she is quickly realising how different they really are… Delving into the debate of ‘nature versus nurture’, Louise takes us back to the moment she started to notice those differencesMarch 24, 2019
As GEMS Jumeirah Primary School gears up for its biggest fundraising and family fun event of the year – the JPS Spring Fair on Friday 1 March 2019 – the Baby & Child team catches up with Rachel Higgins, JPS Principal/CEO, and Sunita Chadha, parent and Parent Teacher Association (PTA) member, to talk about all things philanthropy and raising charitable childrenFebruary 26, 2019
With the average child going through 5,000 disposable nappies until they're potty trained, switching to eco-friendly reusable diapers is a crucial step towards preserving the planet for our little ones' future - and it's far easier (and less gross) than you might think...February 25, 2019
In our series of stories looking at the experiences of mothers raising people of determination in the UAE, Serbian expat Dragana Stojkovic (@ecomama.dxb) tells us about her two-year-old daughter Sofija, who has a rare hearing disorderFebruary 10, 2019
From marriage certificates to baby passports and visas, so much documentation is required to give birth in the UAE that at first it’s just plain confusing. Here’s your pregnancy- and newborn-paperwork action plan...
Stuck for ideas of what to do with little ones when it's so hot outside? Here's our pick of the best (and they're not all soft plays!)
Newly ex-expat, Louise Emma Clarke, reflects on what made her leave the city, and asks where is 'home' for expat families?
Nutritionist Maria Baghdoyan explains how you can ensure your nursing sessions are as nourishing for your baby as possible
New research suggests that, contrary to official advice, even low-level caffeine consumption during pregnancy (including chocolate!) may be detrimental to your baby’s health