Child Care And The 10 Commandments of Parenthood!

By: Mick Young Parenting is one of the most important jobs you will ever have. These ten simple common sense guidelines will help you raise confident kids and resilient teenagers. They are the wisest commandments ever commended to parents: 1. Thou shall be consistent. Do as you say you will. Children know where they stand … Read more

Parenting Your Toddler

By: Rachelle Salinger Parenting is not for the faint of heart—especially if we’re talking about parenting toddlers! At this stage, your child starts to show her unique personality and to develop interests and preferences. It may be a newfound obsession with “princess” like dresses and hair accessories, or it may be an endearing habit, like … Read more

Helping Your Toddler Bond With Their New Baby Sibling

By Dr Kaylene Henderson The birth of a new baby represents a massive life change for your toddler although it’s difficult to always remember this, especially when we’re the ones who have been up all night. At those times (if we’re not too sleep-deprived for imaginings), it can be useful to picture OUR lives and … Read more

How to Get Your Dog Used to Your Newborn Baby

By Mandy Makein Now comes the most challenging part of having a dog, or dogs, and a baby. This is when all of the training you have done to date comes into play and will make your life much easier and more enjoyable for all. The following article will teach you how to get your dog … Read more

A Simple and Effective way to Baby Proofing

By Meryln Sandra The baby’s safety is always a priority for parents, first timers included. To tackle this they seek advice from their families, friends who have kids, or refer to books to gain more knowledge. Some would-be parents also get advice from professionals. Now how to put it in practice is the challenge. Visit … Read more

Baby Apnea Monitor, SIDS, Heartbeat, Remote, Alarm

By Carl Formby Apnea refers to the Greek word meaning ‘without wind’ and in medical parlance it is used to describe the condition when a person momentarily stops breathing. Everyone experiences a pause in breathing some time or the other but normally it is not a cause for concern. Adults as well as babies experience this … Read more

Travelling with a baby

By Peronica Rawson Having a baby is never an easy job. Caring for a baby, even harder. One of the frequent complaints with handling babies, is about the mobility, or rather lack of it, that the situation presents. Imagine yourself going to work, or the park, or to a fancy party or wedding. Now imagine taking … Read more

Top Three Mistakes Parents Make when Dealing with Separation Anxiety

by: Elena Neitlich Saying goodbye is one of the most difficult tasks that people learn in life. Learning to handle separation is an emotionally difficult task that begins in infancy. Too often, parents and caregivers mishandle the child’s transition between them, and the child is left feeling scared and abandoned. “Maybe mommy isn’t ever coming … Read more

Baby Proofing for Newborns

The hospital bag is packed and waiting next to the door. The nursery is ready, diapers and powders on call near the changing table and tiny outfits neatly folded in the dresser. Baby will be here any day. Yet, it takes more than onesies and bottles to prepare for a newborn. Here are five things … Read more

Is Life Too Fast For Your Baby?

By: Dylan Emrys, MA Let’s face it, no matter how hard we attempt to slow down our lives, they are fast paced. Meetings, deadlines, schedules…and if you stay at home with your child, you may feel pressured to “get it all done” during the day – and that includes going to the park, driving the … Read more

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