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You were already juggling with two balls – one, your child and the other, your household. (Yeah, we know you just let out a giggle :)). Some of you were juggling three balls – a child, household, and work – (Man!! we women are amazing!!) It took you some time to master the juggling, but you eventually became a brilliant juggler. It had become a second nature. And then, you went ahead and added another ball to the mix – a second baby. Now you have too many “demanding” balls and only two hands! While we do not underestimate how hectic and difficult your life will be after the second baby, we hope the following five tips will help you deal with these challenging times.
5 Tips To Manage Newborn And A Toddler
Prepare your toddler: You can prepare your first born even before his sibling is born. You might think he is too small to understand, but explain to him in as simple terms as possible that there will be a new baby in the family. Some of the things you can try are:
Expose your toddler to the concept of ‘newborn’. You could show him a newborn at a....
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A little sensitivity does not hurt anyone. This article is not about you or your child. This is about another woman. A woman who has given birth prematurely and has now a baby who is not “full term” but “pre-mature or preemie”. She and her partner are already going through a lot – the shock of having a baby before they were fully prepared, the stress of dealing with the special needs of the child, the sorrow of having to part with the baby if he/she is kept in the NICU. What they do not want in their life currently are insensitive comments – well-meaning or otherwise – that take a jab at them for having a preemie baby. Now this is not to say that we expect you to be mean. Often times, you do not know what tell a preemie parent and that is the trigger for you to blurt out something wrong. So here is a list of 7 things that you should NOT (read never) say to a preemie parent:
7 Things Never to Say to a Preemie Parent
But he is so tiny!: Thank you very much. Everyone can see how small the baby is. There is absolutely no need to point it....
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Everything related to baby care is of utmost importance and should be chosen with care. A newborn baby has super-soft skin and anything harsh or chemical ridden is bound to produce rashes and irritation. Since baby wipes are used to clean the baby’s skin, and is especially a diaper-changing essential, every mom should choose it with care. The task is quite a challenge because the market is flooded with brands, local and international, each claiming to be better than the other. The only way out is to go for trusted brands while being on the lookout for any signs of irritation/rashes/allergy that it could cause. Here are some of the top brands of baby wipes available in India. Remember, every brand is as good as it is bad. Rather than going by experiences of peers/fellow moms, it’s better to go by your own....
Play is essential for children’s healthy development, which means it’s an essential part of every day. As per research 56% of children globally play outside for one hour or less each day. Celebrating and inspiring outdoor learning and play is Outdoor Classroom Day, where thousands of schools around the world take lessons outdoors and prioritize playtime on this day. Action for Children’s Environments or ACE, an NGO and a charitable trust in India, is encouraging teachers, schools and parents across India to take at least one lesson outdoors on Thursday, October 12, 2017, as part of this initiative. The United Nations High Commission for Human Rights recognizes play as a right of every child and The American Academy of Paediatrics states, “Play is essential to development because it contributes to the cognitive, physical, social and emotional well-being of children and youth”. Let’s see how we can bring them out to embrace sunshine, fresh air and numerous other benefits associated with outdoor playing:
Create a Fun Zone:
To inspire and motivate little ones to play outdoors, we need to create a kid’s friendly space in the field,....
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Parenting is not easy especially with hyperactive and high energy kids that we have to manage these days. Most often than not, you run out of ideas to make life easier for yourself and your kids. When you look at the messy house and fussy kids day after day, you really wonder if there are tried and tested hacks that can create miracles to ease things out a bit. Indeed there are and you’ll be surprised how some of them are so simple and wonder how you never thought of them! Here are some of them.
10 Hacks That Make Parenting Easy
Fed up of cleaning up messes and drying up tears… well we all know that moms have a lot on hand. So to make life easy for all the busy moms, we have gone ahead and compiled a list of 10 parenting hacks that are actually useful, save money, time, and sanity but at the same time do not take too much effort to implement. These will only make life easy, house less messy and kids happier. So are you ready? Let’s check them out.
Make Bath Time....
COVID 19 is not the first global pandemic, and it won’t be the last. Black Plague, AIDS, Asian flu, Ebola, swine flu…when you take a list of pandemics in history, you will understand that, in the end, mankind has always found a way to navigate all these threats. This current outbreak of COVID-19 has long since attained the level of a global pandemic and has been declared as such. COVID-19 affected 210 countries and territories around the world. There is no specific treatment for the coronavirus. That is why it is perceived as such a big threat. Treating COVID 19 Currently, no vaccine is developed to beat the coronavirus. As it is a viral infection, so no antibiotics will work. The treatment of COVID 19 is, thus, focused on treating the symptoms rather than eradicating the virus. Some western, traditional, or home remedies are found to provide comfort and alleviate the annoying symptoms of COVID-19. However, WHO does not recommend self-medication with any medicines, including antibiotics, as a prevention or cure for COVID-19. Research is under way to develop potential vaccines and some particular drug....