Parenting Tips

Sippy Cups for Infant: Dos and Don’ts Every New Mom Should Know

on February 5, 2019
Sippy Cups for Infant: Dos and Don’ts Every New Mom Should Know

Your little one needs to learn some habits as he grows up, one of those is drinking from a glass. So, in order to help him learn that, a sippy cup is first introduced to the child.  It’s a plastic glass shaped bottle with a spout and lid. It lets him/her learn to drink. It […]

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Leg Pain in Toddlers: Is It Common?

on February 5, 2019
Leg Pain in Toddlers: Is It Common?

If your child regularly wakes up at night and crying in pain, they may have growing pains. A child in pain is usually a cause of worry to the parent, especially if there is no known cause for the pain. Although they can be quite painful, growing pains are pretty common and don’t have any […]

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5 Most Common Hoverboard Injuries Every Parent Should Be Aware of

on January 9, 2019
5 Most Common Hoverboard Injuries Every Parent Should Be Aware of

Spontaneous combustion, concussions, spinal injuries, broken bones and bumps and bruises are some of the most common hoverboard injuries. Hoverboards got their name from how they feel. If you can ride one without breaking your neck, you are likely to feel like you’re gliding above the floor a few inches high. People also stole the […]

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21 Safest and Best Cars for Teens

on January 8, 2019
21 Safest and Best Cars for Teens

2019 honda fit, 2018 hyundai ioniq, 2018 toyota camry, 2018 kia sportage, 2018 hyundai tucson, 2018 toyota prius prime, 2018 toyota camry hybrid, 2018 volkswagen tiguan, 2014 gmc terrain and 2014-15 buick verano are some of the safest and best cars for teens. When buying a car, teenagers look for the style, color and whether […]

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7 Foods to Eliminate Excess Mucus from Your Child’s Body

on January 7, 2019
7 Foods to Eliminate Excess Mucus from Your Child’s Body

Cucumbers, broccoli, carrots, apples, berries, ginger and greens are some of the foods to eliminate excess mucus from your child’s body. Mucus is actually a simple result of our body trying to protect itself. The body produces mucus as a protection mechanism just like it does tears and saliva. Mucus (like other bodily fluids) contain an enzyme […]

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11 Best Meditation Apps for Parents

on January 7, 2019
11 Best Meditation Apps for Parents

Headspace, calm, 10% happier, the breathing app, simple habit, aura, happify, stop, breathe and think, smiling mind, mind the bump and insight timer are some of the best meditation apps for parents. All human beings are bound to behave despicably sometimes, owing to mounting work pressure at stress in the professional sphere. Unbeknownst to us, […]

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Is My Child Depressed?

on December 26, 2018
Is My Child Depressed?

Ways to help a depressed child are communicating with your child and family, being protective of your child, be attentive, spend time with your child, make sure that your child eats health and gets enough sleep, try to engage your child in activities he might enjoy, pay special attention during times of change, find out […]

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When Should I Start Giving My Child Pocket Money?

on December 18, 2018
When Should I Start Giving My Child Pocket Money?

Now some of you may feel that giving pocket money to younger children may not be a good idea. In fact, there are many who share the same opinion. The prime reason that parents choose to give pocket money to their children is basically to teach them how to manage money. It gives them a […]

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7 Signs You are Overfeeding your Baby

on December 17, 2018
7 Signs You are Overfeeding your Baby

Baby spits out the meal, change eight or more heavily soiled diapers each day of your baby, gaining weight more than that considered as average, belches a lot and has extreme flatulence, sleep is disturbed and irritated quite often are some of the signs you are overfeeding your baby. Taking care and nurturing a baby […]

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11 Side Effects of Giving PediaSure for Kids

on December 12, 2018
11 Side Effects of Giving PediaSure for Kids

Affects the eating habits, unhealthy ingredients, milk allergy, absorption of vitamins and minerals, processed  protein, high  sugar content, sodium caseinate, genetically modified oil, sweetened with corn syrup, weight gain and overdose of certain vitamins and minerals are some of the side effects of giving pediasure for kids. Keeping our kids healthy is one of the […]

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