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Times have changed. Years of “mom-does-everything-for-the-children” are over. Now, in most families, both mothers and fathers take equal or near-equal responsibilities when raising their children. When splitting responsibilities, what are some of the things dads can take up? Now technically, with the exception of breastfeeding, moms and dads can do everything else interchangeably. But let us face it. Moms are great at some things. And dads take the cake at few things. If you incorporate these gender roles while you engage your children, it will help both parents contribute productively to their child’s development.
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There is nothing that can prepare you for having your first child. You can read all the books in the world and talk to a million loved ones who have done it before. But everything changes the day you become a parent and experiencing it is the only way to truly know what that means. Fortunately, there are some things you actually can prepare for. Because knowing what it really means to “become a parent” is different than taking the practical steps to prepare for the big day. This is definitely the case in a few areas related to safety and security. We all know that we need to protect our new baby from day one, and there are a couple of common-sense ways to get this right. Specifically, you should take the following three actions before your new bundle of joy arrives. 1. Baby-Proofing Your Home Safety is job No. 1 for any parent. Love, education, and enrichment are all wonderful — and very necessary — parts of being a caregiver. But going back to the ancestral days of our species, we must first and foremost serve as protector and guardian to our young ones. Fortunately, you don’t have lions and....
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Sports are very crucial for kids. They not only keep the body fit but also help them to re-energize their mind. While playing a sport, its common for the kids to meet several injuries. So, as being the coach or parents of children, it is important to make them wear proper guards and gear of the particular sport.
What Are Shin Guards?
While playing a different kind of various sports guards like a mouth guard, elbow pad, batting helmet, the hockey stick is used so that they can protect different body parts accordingly. Shin guard is used to protecting shins from any kind of injury in shins while playing sports. The players wear it in front of shin to protect it from any injury while playing sports like cricket, hockey, baseball, bike trails, and football. The shin guard was first worn by the players of cricket.
How Should Shin Guards Fit Kids?
To make sure that the shin guard is perfect for the kids, always prefer the size chart.
Choose a shin guard that almost covers up the whole shin area and also make sure that it is 2″ below the knee.
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Being a Dad will come with its share of cutting down of several privileges that you enjoy now. If your pals, and relatives have been telling you that your life will change after you have a baby, well, they are not entirely wrong. Infact, there are many fatherhood surprises that you will come face to face with once you are a Dad!! Yes, there is a brighter and sunnier side to all these changes, and you will see yourself developing psychologically and all for the better, but being a Dad also comes with being more mature and responsible. In a nutshell, the below changes in your life are most likely to happen:
You might feel that no matter how much money you are getting home, it just doesn’t seem to cover up all your expenses. Happens mostly, and to relieve you, we’d like to add that baby costs will decrease a bit after she grows up – though then you will be planning for her school and college funds.
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Breastfeeding is the ultimate choice for any mother, it is a hugely satisfying and wonderful journey for both the mom and the baby. Now there are plenty of moms who formula feed their babies and they are perfectly healthy and happy, and we’d like to reinstate here that breastfeeding or formula feeding is a personal choice. We are not advocating breastfeeding; yes, it has its own benefits, but you should decide on what works best for you and your family. Though there is no denying the fact that breastfeeding is healthy, free and easily accessible, and that doctors around the world recommend exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months of life, there are some ugly truths attached to breastfeeding and we will be talking about them today.
10 Ugly Facts About Breastfeeding
So we know that breastfeeding is good for the baby – and for you. But it sure isn’t rosy and cute! Sure it has its moments, but those moments, trust us, take some time to come by. So the next time the word generates loads of advices from all around, let us tell you things that no one would tell you about breastfeeding
1. It may not be natural:
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What better than a bowl of cereal topped with fruits and nuts to kick start a day on a healthy note. Cereals are a good choice for breakfast as they provide nutrition and keep children filled for a long time. Cereals contain complex carbohydrates which provide kids with their much needed dose of energy. They are enriched with iron, thiamine and riboflavin and ample fiber. A cup of cereal is enriched with half a day’s supply of vitamins and minerals for your kids. Add milk or yogurt in it and its nutritional value increases further.
How To Select Breakfast Cereal For Kids?
Breakfast cereals are packaged breakfast which are available in most commercial stores. Breakfast Cereals have become tremendously popular in today’s fast paced countries. Selecting the right breakfast cereal for your kid can be time consuming because the stores are filled with all kinds of good and not so good cereal brands. All brands claim wholesome nutrition but most of them contain heaps of sugar and salt which is definitely not suitable to offer to a kid in large quantities. Some cereals contain as much as 40% more sugar than adult cereals, all thanks to the taste appeal....