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Monthly Archives: November 2022

  1. Things To Do With Your Kids Around The Christmas Holidays

    Things To Do With Your Kids Around The Christmas Holidays

    With the Christmas holidays just around the corner, you might be thinking about how you’re going to keep the little ones entertained.

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  2. 6 Essential Tips For Washing Your Baby's Clothes

    6 Essential Tips For Washing Your Baby's Clothes

    If there’s one thing that parents, especially young parents, have to deal with, it’s the constant washing and drying of the baby’s clothes. And if there’s one clothing item that is bound to get dirty and stained, it’s baby’s clothes. After all, babies drool, barf and generally spill things on themselves, which means that you as a parent have to spend quite a lot of time washing and sorting out your baby’s clothes. To make things easier for you, we prepared some of the most essential tips that will help you along the way.

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  3. The Impact Of Sleep On Mental Health & Wellbeing

    The Impact Of Sleep On Mental Health & Wellbeing

    We sleep approximately a third of our lives, so it’s not surprising that sleep is closely connected to our mental health and overall well-being. Bad sleep or sleep deprivation can lead to depression, anxiety, and other conditions. Sleep is essential to our bodies the same way eating or drinking is. Quality sleep restores our brains and keeps us in good mental and physical health. 

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  4. Is My Child Autistic? Early Signs You Should Not Ignore

    Is My Child Autistic? Early Signs You Should Not Ignore

    Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental impairment that affects the brain. Kids with ASD often struggle to understand the outside world and show confined interest in the people around them. Autistic kids are often seen to perform repetitive activities and have trouble communicating and understanding non-verbal cues from people around them.

     

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  5. Healthy Practices That Support Your Child’s Development

    Healthy Practices That Support Your Child’s Development

    Watching your child grow and develop is one of life’s greatest joys. Being there during their first steps or when they set out for their first day at school is incredibly rewarding and exciting for you both.

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  6. Third Trimester Prep: Crucial Steps to Not Overlook

    Third Trimester Prep: Crucial Steps to Not Overlook

    Is your due date approaching quicker than you anticipated? Like many other pregnant women, that date can creep up on you fast causing additional stress to get everything ready for your baby's arrival. Don’t worry though, this article will help identify the crucial steps you’ll want to take in these last few months of pregnancy to ensure the important things are taken care of before giving birth.

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  7. How To Get Kids To Eat Green Veggies

    How To Get Kids To Eat Green Veggies

    Getting a child to eat vegetables can be challenging for many parents. While some are open to embracing vegetables and new foods, others might require more exposure or specific preparations.

     

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  8. 5 Stroller Safety Tips Newbie Parents Should Keep In Mind

    5 Stroller Safety Tips Newbie Parents Should Keep In Mind

    As new parents, nothing beats the joy and excitement of welcoming a new member of the family. You probably have started shopping for all the baby items way before the baby is born. Now that you have an infant on board, it's time to utilize all your baby essentials and ensure you know how to use them correctly.  

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  9. Why You Need to Talk to Your Kids About Drugs and Alcohol

    Why You Need to Talk to Your Kids About Drugs and Alcohol

    Are you worried about your teenager’s health and safety? Here’s why you need to talk to your kids about drugs and alcohol.

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  10. Infant Water Safety: A Quick Guide

    Infant Water Safety: A Quick Guide

    Introducing your child to water while they're still a baby is an excellent way to avoid the fear of it once they get older. In fact, swimming aids in muscle development and control that's important for a growing infant. Babies also have an instinct to float and swim when placed in water which they may lose when they turn six months old. It's a fantastic sight, especially when seeing it as their parent. 

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