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Tips for Parenting When You Feel Unwell

Tips for Parenting When You Feel Unwell

While it can be difficult and unsettling to have a sick child, things can be more difficult when you are the one who is feeling under the weather. No matter how grave you feel, your child will still require your aid and attention. This is especially true if they are not old enough to get food or partake in personal hygiene themselves. Parenting When You Feel Unwell This can make things vastly more complicated for you, especially if you would like nothing more than to curl up in bed and sleep off your illness. Keeping reading to learn ways to…
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Getting Your Kids Lives Back To Normal

Getting Your Kids Lives Back To Normal

Getting Your Kids Lives Back To Normal One thing that we can all agree on is that this last year has been, at the very least, pretty weird. Often, the focus is on how things have affected us with work and finances and all the various ways that isolation and social distancing have changed our lives. Getting Your Kids Lives Back To Normal However, far too often, many of us forget about how this last year has impacted our kids. The truth is that many of them have had to deal with all kinds of changes that they didn’t necessarily…
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5 Healthy Ways To Deal With Stress As A Parent

5 Healthy Ways To Deal With Stress As A Parent

Healthy Ways To Deal With Stress As A Parent Parenting is beautiful. There's no better feeling than hearing that first cry after your baby is born. That sense of wanting to put their happiness and well-being ahead of your own immediately kicks in. Their first words, first steps, big smiles, little laughs and endless hugs, their first injury, and even their stories from the first day of school, all paint a perfect picture of the precious moments you've spent with them—moments you'd give the world to relive over and over again. However, having children gives you an enormous responsibility. Dealing…
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How to Teach Your Child the Habit of Sharing

How to Teach Your Child the Habit of Sharing

Sharing is an important characteristic that helps us in many ways. To make this a feature that sticks life long, it has to be instilled from childhood. For kids, especially, sharing can be a little tricky. Parents with single children may face it more. Worry now! Here are a few tips that will help your child get the habit of sharing. How to Teach Your Child the Habit of Sharing It is entirely okay for your child to take possession of toys. Sometimes, they don't want to share their people with anyone else too. I remember how I used to…
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Things to Consider Before Moving to Perth

Things to Consider Before Moving to Perth

If you are thinking of making a significant change in you and your family’s lives, moving to a new city can seem very tempting. Perth is a famous city for young families to move to. It is medium-sized, relatively well-spaced out, and pretty safe. Schools and healthcare facilities are great, especially in comparison with many rural places in the United States. Moving to Perth might be the best idea you have ever had, but you need to consider a few things before you jump on a plane. Get Ready for a Hot Christmas One thing that takes some getting used…
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How to Chose the Right Programming  Language for Your Child

How to Chose the Right Programming Language for Your Child

How to Chose the Right Programming Language for Your Child As if programming were not complicated enough already, choosing the right programming for your child can be challenging. You have to consider several things and do a lot of research so that your child can learn the best and most suitable language for them. How to Chose the Right Programming Language for Your Child Since this is the first programming language that your kid would learn, it would act as their starting point and would help provide a good foundation for them in the long run. With that, we have…
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What makes a good parent in today’s world?

What makes a good parent in today’s world?

What makes a good parent With the current uncertainty and crisis we're facing globally, it's becoming more and more challenging to make any personal decision. But what are we to do when there's an entire family to care for and a ton of issues to resolve daily? And everywhere we turn to, we get bombarded with millions of entirely contradictory statements. Conscious parenting is all the rave now, but there are still plenty of advocates supporting the traditional approach or some version of it. What makes a good parent in today's world? If you, too, are struggling to try to…
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5 Ways To Foster Autonomy In Children With Type 1 Diabetes

5 Ways To Foster Autonomy In Children With Type 1 Diabetes

The responsibilities that come when your child receives a type 1 diabetes diagnosis can be challenging. It means late-night blood sugar checks, monitoring their carb intake, and making sure that they always have their medicine and insulin on hand for when they need it. While both type 1 and type 2 diabetes require a certain amount of care, type 1 diabetes differs in that your child’s body is not producing insulin at all. This means that their body completely relies on manual blood sugar regulation to survive. 5 Ways Parents Can Promote Autonomy for Their Diabetic Child Usually, this responsibility…
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When Do Babies Start Talking + How To Encourage Your Baby To Talk

When Do Babies Start Talking + How To Encourage Your Baby To Talk

when do babies start talking When holding your baby in your arms for the first time, it's incredible to think that your little bundle of joy will one day grow up to be a walking, talking human being! Even more extraordinary is that those language skills are being developed from birth at a rapid pace. Since language plays a crucial role in expressing ourselves, it's only natural that a baby's first words are one of the most exciting developmental milestones for parents. So, when can you expect your baby to say "mama" or "dada" for the first time? Answering the…
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6 Signs That Your Child Needs Glasses

6 Signs That Your Child Needs Glasses

When a child has vision problems, they are likely to struggle at home and school. However, they often cannot tell people (as they are not aware that there is anything wrong) or choose not to. Children's eyes develop quickly in the first eight years of their life. For some children, they must wear eyeglasses to support their visual development. 6 Signs That Your Child Needs Glasses Wearing eyeglasses will improve their vision and reposition misaligned eyes and provide the necessary protection. Here are six signs that could mean that your child might be struggling with their vision and may need…
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