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  • n. The skills and knowledge used by parents in raising children

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Examples

  • Bruer argues that, in the US in particular, a simplistic interpretation of brain science has been used to support policy recommendations, in particular the development of parentcraft programmes that privilege the parent-child bond over the family's place in society.

    Why parents shouldn't feel guilty if they can't devote time to their toddlers

  • When we were at our parentcraft class on Wednesday we were shown the delivery room (which I was in again today – more anon …) Himself felt it made the whole thing very real.

    One of these days…

  • Based at he Spire Cardiff Hospital, Innermost Secrets are a consortium of consultants and specialists who provide a range of clinics and services such as a fertility clinic, recurrent miscarriage clinic, pregnancy scans, antenatal care, private parentcraft classes and pregnancy advice for both men and women.

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  • Based at the Spire Cardiff Hospital, Innermost Secrets are a consortium of consultants and specialists who provide a range of clinics and services such as a fertility clinic, recurrent miscarriage clinic, pregnancy scans, antenatal care, private parentcraft classes and pregnancy advice for both men and women.

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  • They had been to their first parentcraft class that week and were less than impressed with it's content and the fact that the midwife dismissed all questions with a 'you don't need to know that, or a' you'll cope with that if it happens 'attitude.

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