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Find the Best Baby Crib Stores

Once you find out that you are having a baby, there can be a lot of emotions and thoughts running through your head. First of all, congratulations! This is a very exciting moment and it’s worth being celebrated! However, you can’t celebrate for too long because there is much planning to be done. Arguably the most important thing to start ... Read More »

Remote Working Hacks For Parents with Littles

  Juggling a remote work-from-home schedule while caring for children – especially babies and toddlers – can be a challenge. Managing your time, setting reasonable expectations for yourself, and ensuring the health, mental well-being and comfort of yourself and your kids are all vital elements of a successful work/life balance. But this can feel impossible when you’re in the thick ... Read More »

Importance of etiquette in early childhood

It is never too early to start teaching your child the importance of good manners and etiquette. Children at a young age have incredibly absorbent brains. They remember what they are taught with clarity and their minds absorb everything much faster than they would at a later age. Children have to be taught the best of social skills and to ... Read More »

Different Types Of Parenting Style And Its Effects On Child’s Healthy Development

Raising a child is one of the hardest jobs, and new parents are always at a dilemma on what is the right parenting style. The future of the child will depend very much on that, so it can’t be taken lightly. From how you interact with your child to how you rectify his or her mistake; everything will affect how ... Read More »

How to engage your toddlers in different activities

If you have toddlers at home, you would agree to the fact that loves to spend their time sitting on a couch in front of some sort of screen. Instead of going for any outdoor activity or playing a board game, they prefer to play games online. In many cases, slowly gradually digital devices are stealing childhood and innocence from ... Read More »

How divorce affects the healthy development of children

Divorce is a heavily coined word for many. The emotional bond, mental and financial stability, and many other positive things for which a couple takes nuptial vows come to a standstill when one or both the persons involved in a marriage called off for a divorce. Not only it cast a shadow in their own relationship but it also creates ... Read More »

Safeguard your children from Injuries

The COVID lockdown has turned our homes into a school, office and restaurant all at the same time. Our lives which were perfectly boxed into morning rush, school time, office time, going out time, family time has all just merged into one blur. While on one hand we try to do our best to keep our kids safe from the ... Read More »

Protect your Childs Mentally Health

Parents regularly wonder how much security their youngsters require and inquire as to whether it is alright to disregard it. By and by, I accept there ought to be an immediate connection between the measure of obligation, consistency, and genuineness that children appear and the rule of protection they’re permitted to have. Be that as it may, before we get ... Read More »

How to Use Parental Controls to Create a Safer Digital Environment for Kids?

Parents of school-going kids should stay connected to their child’s activities, but it is also challenging to chase kids and follow their daily routine tasks. They demand new things, including tech gadgets or smartphones. A recent survey shows how the internet can influence the kid’s mental health with visual content or any other inappropriate content. If we talk about development ... Read More »

Child birth is not always a happy ride, it could cause depression too

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The birth of a baby is certainly a life changing experience, especially for the parents. It simultaneously brings along a plethora of strong emotions in the new mother or father, be it excitement, joy, fear and/or anxiety. But what is often not understood is that it can also result in something one would usually not wonder, depression. Yes, we hardly ... Read More »

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