If your little one wears diapers they’ll inevitably get nappy rash at some point. Even though that problem seems have been around all along we believe there are still some questions to be answered.
Nappy rash is so common in babies that no matter how careful you are when it comes to caring for your baby's bum, it’s still bound to happen. The good news is that because it is so common, many well-tested solutions for treating and preventing it have been found. There are many natural and clinical methods for soothing nappy rash.
It takes your body quite a bit of time to fully recover from pregnancy. While this comes as a surprise to some women, it is completely normal to still look pregnant after giving birth. Your post-baby belly will still be rounder and squishier than you might like for a few weeks after giving birth.
That said, the thought of doing thousands of crunches to get back in shape is undoubtedly off-putting and frankly near impossible having just given birth. So, what are your options? Well, here are the best exercises for a postpartum belly.
We all have heard about how important it is for a child's development, you will always find it on every decent baby care checklist and even though this is not the first time someone tells you about it we believe we want give you everything you need to know about it in one short article.
What is vitamin D?
Despite its name, Vitamin D is more of a hormone than a vitamin. When the body receives Vitamin D from sources like sunlight, supplements, and food, it turns it into a hormone that is in many ways crucial for the overall health and wellbeing.
Children are creatures of habit. When you have the right reward system in place, it is possible to use positive reinforcement to your advantage and shape their behavior over time.
However, there is a lot of bad practice out there. This means a lot of parents have to deal with unnecessary tantrums as well as behavioral issues because of the mistakes they make when rewarding their children’s behavior.
If this is something that hits close to home, this article is going to show you the right tactics that you should employ to reward your children. The most important thing to remember here is to customize your reward system to your child’s age. The behavioral milestones your child has hit at his/her age will help you figure out how to reward them. Toddlers, preschoolers, and school-age children will all require different approaches.
We’ll try to hold some middle ground here and provide you with a couple of solid facts so you can make up your mind about it.
The secret to getting your toddler to love baths is to find out the main reason why they resist it. There are lots of things that can make kids to dislike baths. When you identify this reason and work towards fixing it, you will be well on your way to getting your child to love bath time.
The decision to move your little one from the cot to the big bed is not a simple one. This is because unlike other child development stages like going to the potty or getting dressed on their own, this one depends purely on your intuition.
If you make the move too soon, your child might start to have trouble sleeping. If you wait too long, the toddler might resist change because of a well-established habit. This is why you have to ensure your timing is right before you start the shift.
There are a few signs you can look out for to know when to start the cot to bed transition. This article contains all these signs, as well as a few tips and tricks on how to make this move as smooth as possible.
Self-feeding is one of the essential skills that every child needs to learn. Of course, the teaching process can be difficult sometimes, but it is always worth it in the end. Not only will it ensure your little one is on the way to independence, but it will also take some work off your plate, so to speak.
Teaching your child to eat on their own is a gradual process. Most kids will show some interest in feeding themselves at an early age. It is also completely normal if it takes some time for this interest to appear. Either way, there are a few things you can do to ensure that your child can eat by themselves, especially by the time they are ready to start school.