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Working parents and raising a child is a topic that always centers of attention. Bringing up a little child when both the parents are working is a very difficult task. Effective parenting requires a lot of time, effort, dedication and sacrifices. Even if a working mother is ready to sacrifice her job for the betterment of her baby, the economic conditions of the house may not let her do that. With the standard of living going higher with each passing day and inflation being at its peak, the family cannot survive on the earnings of just one family member. This compels the new mother to get back to her job as early as possible, after the maternity leave.
Issues faced by child of working parents
Tips For Working Parents To Raise Children
Now the question arises, as to how to take care of the newly born. It is very difficult for the parents to leave their child at home, while the child also faces various problems at home, not finding his parents around. Even though the child does not understand who he is spending his day with, he misses the love and care of his parents.
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The arrival of the tiny bundle of joy brings with itself a myriad of emotions from exuberance, excitement to even postnatal depression. This is seen in mums as well as dads. PPND or paternal post natal depression is common in about 10 % of new dads. It can be defined as a type of depression noticed slowly or suddenly with symptoms ranging from mild to severe. When this depression is seen in dads it is referred to as paternal depression seen predominantly in the first year after the birth of their baby.
Causes of Paternal post natal depression (PPND)
The true cause of paternal depression is still unknown. There is no valid explanation as to why some dads are affected by this while others are not. As we know that depression in general is generated by stressful and emotional situations and the birth of baby can also is a demanding experience for the new parents. Other probable causes can be enlisted as below:
Fatherhood pressure and related responsibilities
Added financial pressures
Alteration in lifestyle
Lack of wife’s attention
Changes in marital....
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If you have a newborn, you know that you have said good bye to deep slumber for some time, at least the first few months. For starters, your baby needs to be fed every two or three hours. Secondly, you are still recovering from the delivery – whether it was normal or cesarean. Thirdly, the baby may soil his nappy often so you need to be watchful. And most importantly, you cannot just switch on and switch off your “sleep button”. Once you are up to tend to your baby, you do not fall back to sleep immediately, although that is the only thing you want to do 😉 So what do you do? You think! You have so much think now – some of them scary, some of them exciting, some of them invoking both joy and sorrow!
10 Thoughts You Have In The Middle Of the Night When You Have A Newborn
Here are 10 most common thoughts moms of newborns have in the middle of the night! Let us know if we have missed out on any!
“Okay, this is more difficult than I thought”: This is something that hits most first-time moms right in the middle of their faces. No matter how much you think you....
It’s stunning how a toddler can be given a gadget, let it be a mobile, tab, PSP, or any other gaming devices, and he simply knows how to utilize it, as easy as he handled his feeding bottle. At the point when most preschoolers don’t know how to tie their shoelaces yet, they knew how to utilize the most recent electronic devices. Activity figures and riddles are no more uncommon among toddlers. Is it safe? Find out the Effects Of Using Too Many Electronic Gadgets On Children You may also have read the harmful effect of these gadgets on the brain and emotional development of the child. Here, we analyze the pros and cons of using gadgets and its effects among the toddlers.
Why Do Parents Encourage The Use Of Gadgets By The Toddler? How Can Using Gadgets Be Harmful To Your Child? ....
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If you are travelling with your baby for the first time, it can be a stressful affair. Babies are unpredictable as it is. And you have no way of knowing how they will behave 30,000 feet up in the sky. You do not know if she will be fussy, if she will sleep well or if her ears will hurt. You are also worried for yourself – if you will get any time to rest during the trip or if you will be able to feed the baby comfortably. You are also worried about the fellow passengers – if they will find you too fussy or if they will complain about baby’s persistent crying in case that happens. Basically, you are worried about everything. Here is a concise guide that will help you sail through your air travel.
It Is All About Planning: How To Plan Your Flight With Baby?
Planning right is half the job done. Take care of the following aspects, and you will feel much comfortable on the D-day:
Talk to the doctor: Make sure your child’s doctor approves the flight travel. This would mean that the doctor will check the baby for any ....
How to encourage children to wash their hands
Being a parent during the COVID-19 pandemic is incredibly difficult. That’s not exactly a secret: everything from school to social engagements to birthdays has been fundamentally changed in 2020. This year it’s all about keeping our kids safe while at the same time allowing them to have as close to a normal childhood as possible. Other than completely locking down at home, there are few options for keeping them virus-free. Masks are playing a critical role in safety for everyone, adults and children alike. That’s why they’re mandatory at most schools and daycare centers, not to mention on playgrounds and other public areas where large numbers of people gather. The other surefire way to keep kids safe is making sure that they wash their hands whenever they enter our homes, and if they frequently use hand sanitizer in public spaces. This all makes sense on paper, but we all know that kids have minds of their own. It is one thing to tell a child that he or she needs to wash their hands, but that doesn’t always mean that they listen. This sort of limit testing is part of a normal childhood, but in 2020,....