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Parenting Advice

Daily routines are really important to young children and make them feel safe, secure and settled. Without routines children can become confused, unsettled and agitated. Routines are also helpful to parents and make planning each day easier and often more productive for parent and child. Routines also ensure your child's needs are met. 

At times routines may alter or need to be abandoned altogether due to unforeseeable circumstance or because of special family events such as family gatherings, the arrival of a new baby or celebrations. This is part of everyday life, but as a parent you should aim for a consistent approach to your child's day by having set meal times, bath times and bed times when possible.

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