Baby Care

How To Bath A Baby

How To Bath A Baby

| December 4, 2014 | Reply

Bathing your baby can be scary, but if you follow these steps it can be a fun and enjoyable experience for both of you. These bathing tips are for an older baby, not a newborn. There are many bathing products you can purchase. They range from a bathing bucket or a toddler tub. There are […]

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How To Take Care Of A Newborn

How To Take Care Of A Newborn

| December 6, 2014 | Reply

Providing care for a newborn baby can be a daunting task for anyone experiencing child bearing for the first time. Despite being a newcomer in the world of providing for a newborn child, there are some guidelines you can follow that will better prepare you to take on the difficult tasks associated with caring for […]

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How To Burp A Baby

How To Burp A Baby

| December 16, 2014 | Reply

Babies are in need of so much care. They depend on us to take the best care of them as we can. For generations the care of babies have been passed on from generation to generation. Then one generation discovers a new way of doing things and change the rules. When feeding a your baby, […]

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Big Kid

How Can I Teach My Child About Rules

How Can I Teach My Child About Rules

| December 2, 2014 | Reply

Discipline is not a bad thing. The word ‘discipline’ derives from the Latin meaning teaching, learning and knowledge. Although punishment is included as part of the current English language definition, it need not be part of your own practice when disciplining your child. Discipline is an instructive tool used to define proper behavior for your […]

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How Do I Gauge My Childs Development After Age 5

How Do I Gauge My Childs Development After Age 5

| December 17, 2014 | Reply

When you have your first child, or even if you’d had several, the age of five is a very important one. By age 5 children have learned to speak, walk, and usually, to read also. If you want to find out how well your child is doing in comparison to other children after the age […]

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At What Age Do Children Normally Start To Make Friends

At What Age Do Children Normally Start To Make Friends

| December 29, 2014 | Reply

As a parent, you always want what’s absolutely best for your child. When you don’t think your child is having an easy time making friends, this can be frustrating to you and the whole family. Understanding when most kids will start to make friends and how each child differs from the next will allow you […]

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Child Development

By What Age Should My Child Be Able To Read

By What Age Should My Child Be Able To Read

| December 14, 2014 | Reply

By What Age Should My Child Be Able To Read? Reading is an important educational milestone for every child. What parents need to remember is that every child is different and will hurdle the reading milestones at different ages. In general reading a book alone, with minimal or no help, should occur by the end […]

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How Can I Teach My Child To Deal With Rejection

How Can I Teach My Child To Deal With Rejection

| December 17, 2014 | Reply

Whatever the age of your child, teaching them how to handle rejection will make them resilient. Managing the emotions following a rebuff will strengthen them. Life’s vetoes can be used as a springboard to success. The Timeline of Rejection The tools you use to help your child can be tailored to the age at which […]

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How To Help Your Child Transition From Co-sleeping To Sleeping Independently

How To Help Your Child Transition From Co-sleeping To Sleeping Independently

| December 18, 2014 | Reply

Babies lives revolve around routine. So the transition from co-Sleeping to sleeping independently can be a big step and it will take some time especially when it comes to different ages. Every family and child is different, find the way that works best for you. If you are dealing with an older child you maybe […]

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Child Safety Tips

How Do I Ensure My Childs Safety During Day Care

How Do I Ensure My Childs Safety During Day Care

| December 13, 2014 | Reply

It may sound scary, but there is no real way that you can 100% ensure your child’s safety unless you want to be with them at daycare for the whole time and that would defeat the whole purpose of a daycare. Odds are, that you are using a daycare because both you and your spouse […]

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How Can I Tell If My Childs School Is Safe

How Can I Tell If My Childs School Is Safe

| December 15, 2014 | Reply

There are so many problems happening with schools today that it can be a nightmare to parents. So what do you do if you move or decide to change schools? How do you know that the school your child is about to attend is safe? Knowledge is always power and especially in this case. Do […]

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How Do I Choose The Safest Bicycle For My Child

How Do I Choose The Safest Bicycle For My Child

| December 24, 2014 | Reply

It can be overwhelming, trying to pick a bicycle for your child from all the available styles, types and speeds to choose from. Still, when choosing a bicycle for your child the most important consideration should always be safety. Perhaps the most important safety consideration is making sure you select a bicycle that fits your […]

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Maternity

How Does Your Skin Change During Pregnancy

How Does Your Skin Change During Pregnancy

| December 13, 2014 | Reply

During pregnancy there are many changes happening inside and out. With the changes in your hormone levels during pregnancy, it is normal to experience changes with your skin. These changes can include pigmentation changes or changes in skin color, spots, broken veins, chafing, and itchy skin. Sometimes, your skin will turn darker, which can be […]

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How To Exercise During Pregnancy

How To Exercise During Pregnancy

| December 23, 2014 | Reply

Pregnancy can be quite a special and unique experience for every expecting mother. Just as it is as special it could also be one of the most delicate times as well. It is very easy to also suffer from vitamin deficiency, soreness and fatigue so it is quite important to maintain your health at its […]

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How To Spot The First Signs Of Pregnancy

How To Spot The First Signs Of Pregnancy

| December 27, 2014 | Reply

After sexual intercourse, an egg is usually fertilised within 12 hours of ovulation. If it is not fertilized within 24 hours the egg will begin to die and you will get your period. However, if they egg has been fertilised you will not notice any symptoms for 7-10 days after the egg has implanted in […]

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School Aged

What Is preschool

What Is preschool

| December 4, 2014 | Reply

Preschool prepares children socially and cognitively for grade school. Most students start school when they turn five years of age, however, some children can start as early as three. Preschool normally has a curriculum that is diverse and incorporates a bit of basic learning and play. Before the 1960′s, it was the responsibility of the […]

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How Can I Choose The Best Preschool For My Child

How Can I Choose The Best Preschool For My Child

| December 9, 2014 | Reply

A good preschool can give your child a boost that will make a difference while going through higher grades in the future. Preschools are all very different. Choosing between them can be confusing especially for first time parents. You should look for a few things when trying to choose the right preschool for your child. […]

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How To Get Your Kid To Eat

How To Get Your Kid To Eat

| December 29, 2014 | Reply

Many parents today have problems getting kids to eat healthy. Children sometimes want to eat just unhealthy snacks during the day. Eating healthy is very important because your child needs vitamins and nutrients in order to develop properly. A few tips will help you to get your kids to eat healthy. Get Kids Involved In […]

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Other Featured Posts

How Do I Wean A Toddler From Bottle Feeding

How Do I Wean A Toddler From Bottle Feeding

| December 10, 2014 | Reply

One of the most difficult things that a parent of a young toddler aged child has to go through is weaning their little boy or girl from their bottle. Some may even say that, since a bottle can be held and carried around with the child, it is more difficult to wean them from the […]

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How Do I Communicate With My Toddler Who Is Just Learning To Talk

How Do I Communicate With My Toddler Who Is Just Learning To Talk

| December 20, 2014 | Reply

From first steps and beyond, watching your child grow and develop is an exciting time. Odds are that you’re already taking steps to help that development, whether you know it or not, like a healthy diet and regular visits to your child’s pediatrician. However, you may not know that you can also help speed your […]

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What Can I Do To Prevent My Toddler Having A Tantrum

What Can I Do To Prevent My Toddler Having A Tantrum

| December 22, 2014 | Reply

Temper Tantrums In Toddlers And How To Prevent Them When it comes to bringing up a child, there is nothing to match the love and tolerance that a parent must have for them. Parents would undoubtedly prefer to avoid having to experience the tantrums that their toddler displays, especially when they are in public. Some […]

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