Category Archives: Parenting
You want to give your baby every opportunity to grow and develop into a happy and healthy child. The first few months of life are important – during the fifth and 20th weeks of life, your baby’s brain generates between 50,000 and 100,000 new brain cells.
When you first bring a new baby home from the hospital, discipline is probably the farthest thing from your mind.
As he gets older and begins to assert himself more, however, it becomes apparent that a strong, effective disciplinary strategy is imperative.
Families who are transitioning away from co-sleeping or even those who are new to dealing with a child who won’t stay in his own bed after moving to a toddler bed that’s easy to escape are no stranger to the challenge that is mastering the full night’s sleep.
While spanking kids is still a practice adhered to by some North American parents, it’s one that is met with its share of controversy and opposition.
With school starting, you can expect that there’s going to be a certain amount of chaos going on, from getting school supplies to enrolling in extracurricular activities to dealing with your child’s emotions about returning to school.
Parents and nannies alike have probably heard these words said at one time or another: “You’d better be careful, or that child will grow up spoiled!”
Often these words are said about the youngest children in the family, as it’s a popular belief that the youngest is most prone to becoming spoiled.
Making the decision to include a full-time childcare provider in your household is an important one.
Unfortunately, the process of interviewing, vetting and finding the perfect nanny is rarely a walk in the park.