Tag Archives: Girls

Snaps and snails or sugar and spice – what are boys and girls really made of?

Snaps and snails or sugar and spice –  what are boys and girls really made of?

You may be able to keep your girl out of pink but it is more difficult to temper the media influence of ‘pink is for girls’: television may not portray male and female role models as rigidly as the Brady Bunch any more but role models still include superheroes for boys and ‘Barbies’ and ‘My Little Ponies’ (and lots of pink!) for little girls. Despite media influences – and your best efforts at non-sexist child rearing – research suggests there are some innate differences between boys and girls at an early age. These differences are thought to be due to ...

Read More »

Three Risks your Daughter Needs

Three Risks your Daughter Needs

Watch out!  Be careful!  Stop running – you might fall. Like most parents, you probably spend a lot of your time trying to keep your daughter safe.  When’s the last time you thought about how to give her risk? Kids need risk.  Girls, especially, are often protected from it.  And that stunts their growth and potential. Risk is simply part of being human. It’s how we learn, make mistakes, gain self-confidence and come up with new ideas.  It’s how we make new friends, cope with conflict and stand up for ourselves.  Risk gives children the chance to try out the ...

Read More »
Please be aware that the information is made available for educational purposes only, and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. You must exercise your own due diligence before implementing any recommendation and/or purchasing any product. Judith-Rose Max and Happy Parenting are exempt of any and all responsibility associated with misuse or your own interpretation. Do not delay seeking medical or professional advice. You acknowledge and agree that the above warnings and disclaimers shall apply to all content and that you take responsibility for your own health and wellbeing.
Scroll To Top