You are holding your perfect little baby and he or she is growing so fast. At about 4 to 7 months, sometimes a little earlier, sometimes a little later, that little bundle of joy might start fussing a little more than normal. There is a good chance that all the extra crankiness is due to teething.
We live in a shiny world full of high expectations, and since we face them ourselves, we also set the same for our kids. Frankly, setting these expectations can be, at times, overwhelming for the young minds, and if you suspect that’s what’s happening to your teen, here’s something to help.
With Piglet getting older and getting to the stage where we need to think about moving her from the Cozy N Safe Merlin car seat that she has been using for the past two years (which has been fantastic, other than the seat cover bobbling). We were kindly sent the Cozy N Safe Arthur car seat to try out with Piglet.
While all dads love their children, the way they raise them differs across the globe. Discover what Gerber Childrenswear has found that you, as a new father, can learn from cultures and experienced dads around the world.
Every child is different and every child learns at his or her own pace. This means that even very bright students can sometimes struggle to keep up when learning new concepts and skills. For this reason, hiring a tutor can be a great way to help students strengthen their knowledge and improve their confidence at critical junctures in their education.
Potty training can be a tricky business. It is an extraordinary practice since it usually is the first daily life activity that your child will start to independently manage. Parents often question when is the right time to start potty training? How do go about potty training and which potty should they choose?
Transition your toddler to the dining table can be a challenge. The chairs are too small, not high enough and it is difficult getting your child use to not throwing then plates and utensils everywhere.
Parents are born encouragers- we all want our kids to succeed and do well in life, and that’s great. But sometimes, we take things a bit too far and set very high, or very low expectations from our kids, which ends up affecting their self-esteem, motivation levels, productivity and so much more.