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Development Tips

How to help your child with winning and losing

How many of us have let our little ones win to make them feel good about themselves? Or just to avoid a major meltdown? Guilty! But it turns out that’s actually not doing them any favours in the long run. Because losing (or losing gracefully) takes practice and children need a safe environment in which to learn. Giving them opportunities to win and lose in a play environment, will help your child build confidence and...

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The building bricks of life…

As our children grow and begin to find their place in the world, they will need to have the emotional skills to build healthy relationships and friendships.  We often want our children to win, but by providing them with a supportive environment where they can experience small failures and losses, we are helping them develop their emotional regulation skills. Genevieve Muir from Connected Parenting helps us to understand that by allowing children to experience both...

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Questions to ask your child during play

Play is such an incredibly important part of our little ones’ development – but it can often feel like another chore on our endless to-do lists as busy parents. But when you do stop and take those few moments to just be present with your child – you’ll see their little face light up and their whole demeanour shift. It’s so much more than just the act of playing to them. And for even just...

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Little minds, BIG ideas…

As parents, it is our role to raise the next generation of critical thinkers and doers. Whilst their brain might not be able to fully process the information we share with them, they are constantly making connections and forming ideas about the world around them.  We know the best way to raise kids to take on the values that are important to us is through what we model. However, we also know that kids ‘bed...

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5 Tips For Nurturing Your Child’s EQ

Genevieve Muir from Connected Parenting helps parents learn about the importance of creating a secure attachment. This is the launchpad that makes your child feel safe and supported to then explore themselves and the world around them. This is a paid partnership between Kiindred x LEGO® DUPLO®. LEGO, LEGO® DUPLO® and the Minifigure are trademarks of The LEGO Group. ©2021 The LEGO Group.

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Anything is possible…

We shouldn’t underestimate the power of 10 minutes – because as parents, those 10 minutes of cuddles in bed, 10 minutes of talking around the dining table or 10 minutes of playtime can make ALL the difference to our little one’s day.  Genevieve Muir from Connected Parenting helps us understand the power of play for children. But it’s not only about what it can do for our little one’s growth and development, but also for...

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Nutrition Tips

Introducing the new Biostime 2’-FL HMO ProBoost + Vit D supplement

Kiindred’s founder Emmy chats through the new Biostime® 2’-FL HMO ProBoost + Vit D supplement containing the prebiotic, 2’-Fucosyllactose (2’-FL) Human Milk Oligosaccharide (HMO) – an ingredient similar to that found abundantly in breastmilk – and why it is such an exciting but also significant achievement. This is a paid partnership between Kiindred x Biostime.

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At-home Activities

LEGO DUPLO Parking Garage and Car Wash – Jess’ Review

Kiindred’s Editor, Jessica Bosco reviews the LEGO® DUPLO®  Parking Garage and Car Wash – with the help of her two little ones. Not only was it hours of fun and playtime for the boys, but there were also some beautiful moments of connection and even some sibling bonding too!

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Toddler Behaviour

Understand how to navigate the (not so) terrible twos

Is your toddler driving you mad? Back talk, tantrums and just being all around difficult. We know you know what we’re talking about. Well our child behaviour expert Stephanie Wicker helps us understand why its called the ‘terrible 2s’ and what we can do about it.

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