Ouders van nu
‘Ouders van nu’ saw the light of day in 1967. The monthly magazine was an initiative of some doctors who wanted to publish a kind of ‘textbook’ for parents. By 1971, the magazine was owned by Kluwer, and immediately got an editor-in-chief. Over the years, the magazine often changed hands. Currently, ‘Parents of Now’ represents a set of commercial activities, but always related to parents and children.
Parents of Now covers a lot of topics within the framework of parenting such as vaccination against rode hond, is a child naughty, children need hurdles, host mothers in old age, zephilia, weaning children, great joy and deep sadness, medical advice, the first board games, children’s trousers, jumper, coat, the wife goes out to work, small sexual abc, tonsils, can you call a toddler naughty already, the kindergarten teacher, living with children in a city child seats in the car, baby care, mum can I have an ice cream, stress and toddlers and preschoolers, sterilisation, open marriage, learning school of an overprotective mother, in the hospital, out of the house, from kindergarten to first grade, the school pact, fatherhood and job, group parenting, pregnant woman’s body, beachwear, heredity, cohabitation, childhood grief education in Japan, the new taboos, information on contraception, the second child, rhesus factor, queen bee syndrome, where do buzzwords come from, children’s shoes, how aggressive can a child be, homophilia, babies’ very first reflexes, nact mares, concentration, dolls, boys who would rather be a girl, cots and cradles, children’s nutrition, crafting with stones how clean should children be, urinary tract infections during pregnancy, the witches of Hasselt, feelings are not hereditary, a baby catching a cold, intelligence close to home, no guilt about the playpen, mummy not leaving, high chairs, grandma and grandpa, sleeping out with children, arguing with friends, how is an EEG made, depression after childbirth, postnatal depression, . ..