Babies aren’t born with the same visual abilities that you have as an adult. Instead, their vision develops over time, just as they learn to crawl or walk. It’s important that babies’ eyes and sight develop correctly, as it could cause developmental delays. For this reason, as a parent, it is important to recognise any potential problems with your babies’ vision or eyes.
Visiting the cinema, especially as a family can be quite expensive. Especially when you factor in travel costs, parking, cinema tickets and any sweet treats. A great way to counteract this is by hosting family film nights. Something that can be easy to arrange with some of the same fun and treats of visiting the cinema.
Boundaries and consistency are what every teenager needs in order to feel loved and secure. Take away those boundaries and teens will do whatever they want, but in doing so they will be very insecure and unhappy.
When autumn arrives so does the falling of leaves. The trees all around us will be changing colours and slowly fading away to fall to the ground. While some homeowners dislike those fallen leaves all over their property, some families love when this time of year comes. Fallen leaves let you enjoy a fun activity with your kids, jumping in leaves. Rake up the leaves, remove those pesky sticks and enjoy this fun autumn activity with your family today.
As parents, sometimes our two hands just don’t have the ability to do it all. While you might want to carry around your little bundle of joy with you every step of the day, more than likely it’s just not possible. But the great news? This is where babywearing comes into play!
Sadly there is no such magical handbook with every single answer to every single question or problem we have about our children. However, we manage and we learn through hints and tips from our own mothers and family or friends who have “been there and done that!”
Starting high school is a big milestone in a child’s life. With the transition from a primary school that has one or two classes per year to high school that has multiple classes. It can be somewhat daunting and a little overwhelming at times. However, soon they will be finding their feet.
There is an old saying that goes ‘children should be seen and not heard’, which I’m sure most of you will agree is somewhat outdated. However, there are times when it’s wonderful to have the children with you, although the prospect of having to listen to another episode of Pokemon or the continuous music from a game can make that saying become all too relevant once more. This is where adding in a pair of Puro Sound Labs Volume-Limiting Headphones comes into play. Allowing children to listen to their show or game without the rest of the room having to endure it too.