The Early Sleigh Catches the Worm

A close-up picture of a baby in a Santa hat who has enjoyed starting Christmas early

Is there such a thing as kicking off the festive season too soon? We look at what to consider if you’re contemplating starting Christmas early. Starting Christmas early is seemingly an idea that only the largest department stores in the world implement. For the rest of us, it can be a little difficult to get […]

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Orientation Express

A picture of a mother comforting a child who is starting school

Do you have little ones who are starting school, preschool or childcare? Here’s some handy advice to help everyone survive. Starting school, preschool or childcare is a momentous occasion for both kids and parents. It’s quite possibly the first situation where they’ll have an extended period of time away from you; making sure they’re ready […]

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A picture of Stuck On You Flash Cards

A deck of flash cards is one of the best ways to start your child’s learning journey. We’ve got a ‘newsflash’ to explain why. Flash cards may sound a bit old-school in today’s device-obsessed landscape. Children are born into a world where we’re all genetically attached to our phones—so it only makes sense to favour […]

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The Unicorn Identity

A picture of a young girl dressed up that shows why kids adore unicorns so much.

Contemplating why your kids adore unicorns so much? We’ve got insight for you that is totally ‘on point’. Is there anything trendier than unicorns? The answer is both resounding and about as emphatic as a horn stuck to your head. No, there is absolutely nothing trendier than these fabled horses—and absolutely no question as to […]

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Tyrannosaurus Rep.

A picture of a child demonstrating why kids love dinosaurs

Ever wondered why your kids love dinosaurs so much? Here’s why the astounding creatures will never really be extinct in their eyes. Kids love dinosaurs: it’s a fact. It’s one of those phases that every child seems to go through at some point—and if you’re Ross from Friends—never goes away. If it’s not too long […]

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The Ball’s in Their Court

A picture of a child supporting sports teams

Are your kids into supporting sports teams? We’ve got a few great tips to make sure they do so in a healthy and respectful way. For most of us, watching sport and supporting sports teams is a huge part of our lives. We’re passionate, committed and a little insane about it—and with competitions on all […]

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Adventure Seekers

A picture of a fammily enjoying their weekend family adventure

There’s nothing quite like the excitement of a weekend family adventure. Take our quiz and find out which type best suits your family. Ahh, the weekend. Is there a better word in the English language? Okay, ‘Chocolate’ and ‘Catnap’ might give it a run for its money—but it’s hard to deny the appeal of those […]

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The Master Planner

A picture of a child writing to test digital vs paper planners

Paper planners vs digital? Here’s why technology isn’t always more effective than old-school stationery options. Nowadays we do pretty much everything on some kind of electronic device. Case-in-point: reading this article. Okay, maybe you printed it off, but that took TWO electronic devices—only proving the point further. Whether watching a series, doing the banking or […]

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That Really Moved Me

A picture of a child in a box in relation to an article about moving house with kids

Moving house is one thing. Moving house when you’ve got kids is a whole different kettle of chaos. We’ve got some great tips on how to make it as easy and stress-free as possible. For most people, the idea of moving house is enough to send them running for the hills. That is, as long […]

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Mum’s the Word

A picture of the logos of three local charities that are helping families

Helping families in need is a philosophy that local charities St Kilda Mums, Geelong Mums and Eureka Mums live and breathe every day. Stuck On You recently visited to help out and learn more. “1 in 6 children lives below the poverty line—and in rural areas, it’s 1 in 5.” These are the alarming statistics […]

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