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Being a Student-Parent. You CAN Make it Work!

Image credit Being a mother is an amazing journey and one of the steepest, most bewildering and utterly wonderful learning curves in the vast tapestry of human experience. A lot of time has been devoted to the study of the role parents have in their children’s education. Of...
Posted On 21 Jun 2017

Stay Stocked Up on Pampers with deals at Sam’s Club

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Pampers at Sam’s Club. The opinions and text are all mine. Before our kids were born, we had baby showers and diaper parties. I had never heard of a diaper party before, but it’s basically the male equivalent to a...
Posted On 19 Jun 2017

Tips to Help Your Child Overcome Bedwetting

Bedwetting can hamper the self-confidence of a child. In fact, it is an embarrassing issue among kids. You might be frustrated and exhausted, but you should know that this is a common problem among kids. You should keep in mind that bedwetting is not entirely your child’s fault....
Posted On 16 May 2017

What Older Women Should Expect Their First Time Expecting

It’s been said that 40 is the new 30, and 50 the new 40. However, when it comes to being pregnant, especially for the first time, 35 is still a line doctors draw in the sand. Don’t let that notion scare you. More and more women are having children in their 40s, let...
Posted On 22 Apr 2017

Healthy Pregnancy: What Every Woman Must Know Before Giving Birth

Staying healthy during pregnancy is important to you and your developing child. With so much conflicting advice, it can be a challenge to know what to do. Keep these four important issues in mind so that you can be as healthy as possible before giving birth. Required Tests To...
Posted On 30 Mar 2017

Fertility Fears and 4 Options for You to Consider

Some people describe parenthood as a magical thing, but what makes you a parent is a lot more broad than you might imagine. One in eight couples have trouble getting and staying pregnant, but this issue does not symbolize the end of partaking of the joys of parenthood. There are...

The Ultimate Guide to Baby Carriers

This is a brief guide, we have designed to help new parents who are looking forward to have a baby carrier for their kid. We have covered three main aspects which, newly parents should have a look before they shortlist any baby carrier, as choosing a wrong baby carrier can be...
Posted On 13 Mar 2017

4 Lifehacks For Parenting Kids That Are Hard Of Hearing

While kids can be known for not always listening to their parents, it’s a completely different situation when they can’t actually hear what their mom and dad are saying. These difficulties with hearing can cause stress for everyone involved, particularly for parents...
Posted On 06 Mar 2017

Parenting and Finance Problems- Handling Financial Challenges Effectively

The responsibility of being the providers for children can result n various financial challenges. As parents, you need to plan and know how to manage your financial situation. It is also vital for you to use a reasonable and realistic budget and live within it. Saving money will...
Posted On 27 Feb 2017

Hidden Gems Of Learning Entertainment For Kids And Adults

People should never underestimate the value of mixing learning with entertainment. People have an easier time forming memories about good times than boring ones, so turning education into a game can actually help people to retain the information. It can also help encourage...
Posted On 13 Jan 2017

How To Help Keep Your Kids Mentally Healthy Through Adulthood

We all want our kids to be happy but do we ever consider our kid’s mental health? Mental health is just as important as physical health. Not only does it involve emotional health, but it has everything to do with their quality of life and affects their physical health as well....
Posted On 04 Jan 2017

6 Alternative Interventions For Treatment and Management of ADHD in Kids

Does your child suffer from Attention-Deficiency Hyperactivity Disorder? Are you looking for alternatives of treating and managing the condition as opposed to use of medicine prescribed by the psychiatrist? Being told that your child suffers from ADHD feels like a bad dream and...
Posted On 29 Dec 2016