Teaching kids’ responsibility is difficult in practical life. However, while raising kids if you figure some things out it might not even be impossible. So the question is how we raise our kids to take responsibility for their own choices. Here are some things that we need to teach our kids about their tasks, consequences and their actions.
A healthy balanced diet is of supreme importance during pregnancy and can help you deal with additional demand for your body and provide essential nutrients for your developing babies. By having a variety of healthy food you can make sure that you are receiving the correct balance of nutrients.
Defending babies against infections and germs are your biggest challenge. Infections are kept on their skin, mouth, and nose. Breast milk gives babies a wonderful supply of infection-fighting white blood cells.
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, it is best to wait for 1 year after your baby is born to offer them juices unless your doctor suggests you earlier to manage constipation. The increased rates of obesity and tooth decay drove this change from what was recommended to babies of 6 months old.
Sleep training has many implications for some people as they link it with images of crying babies. Here, we will talk about assessing your little one who might be ready to get engaged in some type of sleep training or assistance.
Babies cry and that’s a good thing. This is the only way
that we find out that our infant is cold, hungry or in pain. Usually, babies get
irritable around sundown and continue to cry for hours. Hence, parents get
concerned, tired and frustrated.
An interactive and fun-filled mother-toddler playdate organized by an Admin of Facebook group and sponsored by Philips Avent Pakistan. The mothers and toddlers had an amazing time together and shared their experiences with fun, games, food and laughter.
Mothers who stay healthy postpartum are the ones who allow themselves to sleep as much as they feel necessary. Having the same sleep cycle as the baby during the first few months establish a trusting bond between the other and the child.