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A bouncer is a small baby seat suitable for infants from birth until they are about a year old. The seats cannot move freely (unlike a baby swing) or considerably (unlike a baby jumper). However, the seat is slightly flexible, so a slight bouncing motion is possible, either when an adult pushes it or when the child kicks it
Types Of Bouncers
There are mainly two kinds of bouncers:
Basic bouncers: These are just seats in which you can strap the baby on. The advantage is it is very economical and takes up less space. It is also easy to carry when you are travelling and easier to clean. The disadvantage is that without any entertainment features, your child can get bored very easily
Bouncers with entertainment features: These are similar to basic bouncers, but with an extra bar onto which many entertainment features are fixed for keeping the baby occupied. These features include colorful toys, lights, music, vibrations and so on. Some of the bouncers will let you insert an iPad or a phone so that baby can see videos.....
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When you break the news of your pregnancy to your spouse, it is a huge moment of joy and a long wait, before the baby arrives. Everything looks and feels beautiful. Suddenly life has a purpose, a new meaning. Till now, there were only two of you, but now there will be an addition to the family, and you have to be more scheduled, responsible and available. This also implies that you will have lesser time for each other. Although most couples transition to parenthood quite naturally, all sorts of issues can stir up and you may feel unsettled or “off balance” after the arrival of your baby. Stress becomes an inherent part and unspoken emotions translate into spoken dissatisfaction. But when we spoke to some experienced moms, we could see that the happiest couples are those who did not “forget” being a couple while being “parents” Here is all that they think they did (and worked) and you could try too!
Why Do Family Equations Change After A Baby?
Once you have your little bundle of joy in your hands, your life will be an emotional roller coaster. One moment you will be happy seeing the innocent face of your baby.....
Siblings are often the best of friends and the worst of enemies.
What Is Sibling Rivalry?
Ever visualized the most common scene of the older child (irrespective of the age), getting uncomfortable at the thought of the mother getting ready to welcome a new member into the family household? You will hear frantic, derisive cries, notice haughty, uncontrollably rude behavior and more. And lo and behold, sibling rivalry starts right there! Stemming out of discomfort, it grows into added attributes of jealousy, unhealthy competition among siblings and frequent fights. This is usually noticed in families comprising of two or more kids and is often a cause of worry and stress for the parents.
Why Do Siblings Fight With Each Other?
No matter how common or how usual it is to see siblings fight with each other, yet as parents we’d all like our kids to be pally with each other all the time. So why do siblings fight? It is beyond any doubt that lots of these sibling rivalries start when one child gets....
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Whichever culture you belong to, death is a touchy and tricky subject to introduce to your child. Many believe that the topic is a taboo and talking about it will bring ill-luck to the family; hence, they avoid it completely. This might not, however, be a wise decision as you cannot keep your child unaware of death for long. So the sooner you answer your child’s curious questions, the more secure he will feel.
What Should You Expect When You Talk About Death With Your Child?
Believe it or not, your child is already aware of death and dying – from the stories we tell, from the TV shows they watch, from the nature where they spot dead insects and animals. Sometimes, they might have already seen a family member or pet die. Even if you think that they are too small to comprehend death (and they are!), they have been exposed to it from early on. That said, there are tons they do not know about death. And unfortunately for us, these are tough questions for us to answer as well. For instance, they do not know:
What causes death?
Where do dead people/animals go?
Why does everyone have to die?
Why is death....
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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,....
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A new baby takes most of your time leaving you exhausted and tired. Making time for love and romance could seem to be a distant dream for most new parents, but if you look at it, these are the very things that will relax and calm you as well. Though sex is the last thing on a new parent’s mind, once you are ready and up for it, we’d say you should venture out. That is because sex relaxes and rejuvenates your body like nothing else, plus it strengthens the bond between the two of you.
When Is It Safe To Have Sex After A Baby?
The general recommended waiting time is about 4 weeks if you have had a delivery without any bruises or injuries. In the latter case, it is advised to wait till 6 weeks or until your doctor gives a thumbs up. Though you can still cuddle, hug, kiss and feel close to each other, it is strictly advised not to indulge in penetration till the time you are bleeding. This is because while you are dealing with Lochia, you also run high for a risk of hemorrhage or uterine infection. It is also common to....