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How to Say No to Your Kid

How to Say No to Your Kid

How many times have you heard “Mom play with me” or “Mom I am bored, let’s do something” and you’ve left all your duties just to play with your child? We think that it is absolutely important for you to play with your kid and spend most of your time with him/her,…

Getting Toys For Your Children

Getting Toys For Your Children

Toys are a great source of enjoyment and fun for your little ones. Toys and children can be closely associated since time immemorial and the same trend will continue. Playtime is one of the most significant aspects of childhood, and as a parent, you should buy baby toys that can be the perfect…

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Proper Nutrition for Your Kid in the Summer

Proper Nutrition for Your Kid in the Summer

Most of us do not have a desire to eat fat and heavy food during these hot, summer days. That’s why we should use these days to change our diet and simply eat more vegetables and fruit. That’s exactly what your kid should also do, because doctors often advise people and their children to…

Enhancing The Oral Hygiene In Your Child

Enhancing The Oral Hygiene In Your Child

Many people think that oral hygiene is essential only for the adults. However, this is a misconception because right from a very young age, the teeth of a child needs to be protected. Until and unless, you practice proper oral hygiene care methods, it will not be possible to protect the oral…

Kid's Sleeping Routine

Kid's Sleeping Routine

Putting your kid to bed is never easy when he/she is small, and it is extremely difficult when you have a baby. You need to have some kind of ritual if you want to get used to doing it. For a lot of parents, it is a nightmare to wake up in the middle of the night and calm their baby, or feed her/him…

Large parental age gap enhances the risk of autism in kids

Large parental age gap enhances the risk of autism in kids

According to a study, children who were born to teenage mothers and the parents who were too elderly are at an increased risk of autism. There are about 5.7 million cases of autism in five countries. It has been confirmed that the older parents are more prone to have children with ASD. It is…

Diseases that causes loss of appetite

Diseases that causes loss of appetite

Loss of ravenousness, therapeutically known as anorexia alludes to a diminished yearning to eat and it could be especially troubling when it continues for delayed periods. In the event that left untreated, it may prompt weight reduction, compelling weakness and unhealthiness with its chaperon…

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How to suspect your pre-schooler may be showing signs of autism?

How to suspect your pre-schooler may be showing signs of autism?

As a parent, you never want your child to be on the autism spectrum. However, when it comes down to it, early detection can make a huge difference. Autism refers to a spectrum of conditions that share a core of symptoms. Autism disorder appears in the early stages of a person's life-infancy and…

Essential Oils Are Poisoning Children

Essential Oils Are Poisoning Children

Home remedies have become popular in recent years. People use them to cure various conditions from depression to allergies. More often not, home remedies involve the use of essential oils. However, more kids are at risk of poisoning from oils due to improper dosing or ingestion. Poisoning from…

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Four Things You Should Say To Children Who Have Witnessed a Tragedy
Four Things You Should Say To Children Who Have Witnessed a Tragedy

Children who have experienced trauma and tragedies do not just get over it. As a parent or guardian, it is very hard figuring out what to say, but it is crucial that you help the child get through the ordeal. You must be patient, tender, and caring. Here are four things you need should say to…

When is it the time to switch to a forward-facing carseat?
When is it the time to switch to a forward-facing carseat?

For the sake of safety, it is best to keep your child rear-facing until he reaches maximum height and weight. Some say to keep him in that position until he is at least two years old. Both the AAP and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recommend children to ride on a backward…