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Reading is a good habit for everyone. Now, this habit should start at an early age. Reading gives many benefits to a child. Also, if the child becomes habituated with reading, it will make him or her a better person. There are so many things to learn in this world. You can learn by reading books. If a child becomes a voracious reader, it will benefit him or her in the longer run. So, parents try to encourage their children to read books. Nowadays, books are available online for reading. Children can access books at their will because of the internet. You can find free books to read for children. So, in this article, let’s discover 12 websites where your child will find free books ideal for kids reading. Advantages Of Free Books To Read For Children The main advantage of free books to read for children is, obviously, it saves you a lot of money. You can also try different genre and find what your child like most. Here are some benefits of reading books for your kids: A Good Brain Exercise: Reading is a very good exercise for the brain. Once....
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Being a mom has made me so tired. And so happy. — Tina Fey
The lines above truly capture the essence of motherhood, don’t they? Motherhood is a joyous, rich and rewarding experience in itself, but it also brings about its own fair shares of anger, frustrations, squabbles and the like. Ask any mom whether she is happy, and the spontaneous answer will be a ‘yes’. Ask them to go into some details and most moms will start telling you about how difficult it is to parent a child between other responsibilities, and the daily struggles that they have with kids. And this is where the importance of being happy beyond the smile comes up.
Are You Really A Happy Mom?
Psychologists who have researched on the ‘happiness’ aspect in a mother’s life say that when moms say that they are ‘happy’, they are referring to only some selective moments from their parenting experience. These moments generally comprise of reading bed time stories, bathing times, playing together etc. which are enjoyable moments. But parenting is far more than this! Hours trying to get a child dressed or put to sleep,....
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Kid’s Portable Dvd Player is becoming very much popular among parents. If you travel a lot and trying to find a way to engage your child during your journey, then these DVD players can certainly be a blessing for you. It will help you to engage your child nicely. You would want your child to use the best DVD player available. So, in this article, let’s discuss everything about Kid’s portable DVD players. What Are Kids Portable DVD Players? Kids Portable Dvd Player a device to play DVDs. Portable DVD players are ideal for your kids. It is small in size and has a screen along with multiple buttons. The DVD player is suitable for watching movies and shows. Some Kids Portable Dvd Players also support TV and games. So, it will keep your child engaged while you travel and do your work. What Are The Factors To Be Considered While Buying Dvd Player For Kids? The Type: You have to decide how you will travel with the DVD player. If you are traveling on a flight, then choose a DVD player....
Being a single parent is always a challenge especially if you are a single father. Often single parent children grow up seeing emotions that may not be usual unlike those who have both parents staying under one roof. The bonding between two parents’ help children to understand emotions like love and care. On the other hand, it can also be a learning experience for children to see their parents not bonding with each other as it can make them understand what not to do. Any which way it is going to be a learning experience for the kids. Similarly, for single parents, they are left to gauge a lot of things on their own. It’s like taking on a new job with no training; expect the unexpected, every day might seem like a battleground. This experience can be all the more challenging if the parent is a single father. He would have to play a dual role of being a father and mother. Also read: Positive And Negative Effects Of Single Parenting
As a parent, it’s heart-wrenching to see your little one suffer every night. Countless visits to the hospital and emergency rooms is emotionally draining for the entire family. Ever wonder why your child often experiences issues like wheezing, sneezing, snoring and congestion? Do you feel helpless when you have to medicate your child and spend sleepless nights ensuring they are safe and healthy? Have you given it a thought that the Air that you breathe can be the culprit behind this? Development, Industrialization, and Urbanization have increased Air Pollution to never before alarming levels. There are many respiratory problems that affect children, especially those under 5 years of age. Many kids report at least 4 to 8 episodes of respiratory illnesses every year. This also results in school absenteeism and reduced outdoor play hours. The toxic smog that cloaked the Indian capital city of New Delhi this week was bad enough to send its air pollution levels off the charts. It prompted the officials and the government to declare this as a medical emergency and public health crisis. The air in your home is same as the air outside in the city. When we....
Yes. Did the title of the post struck an chord with you immediately? Does your leaving the office on ‘time’ invite unnecessary comments and stares – especially from male colleagues? Do you feel less ‘competent’ than your fellow colleagues because you leave office at 6? Because there is one thing that they have in plenty and you and I don’t – and they ‘hit’ us where it hurts the most – on our time. If the question is how, then let me paint a very realistic picture for you. I pack my bag at 5:30, and I like to move out of office just as the clock strikes 6. Every day, as I pack my bag to leave office around 6, my male colleagues never fail to stare; stare and make sure I notice. ‘Is it 6 already?’ ‘Time ho gaya madam, dukaan band?’ ‘Good yaa! You get to be on a half day everyday! Look at us, we will be sweating our asses off another 3 hours!’ I am so used to hearing these lines that I no longer care to answer, and nonchalantly walk away towards the exit. Though I always keep my head down and avoid eye contact at this time, the insides of me want to scream hard at these....