Children

Your little one is growing up and new questions come up every day: what foods will help him or her grow, what the symptoms of certain illnesses are and how to prevent them, how to handle tantrums, how to build a good relationship… Everything you need to know is here.

Childhood Enuresis: How to Treat It?

Childhood enuresis is a form of urinary incontinence that usually affects children between the ages of five and six years. It is characterized by the repeated expulsion of urine, either during the day or in bed at night. In order…

How to Teach Your Child Time Management Skills

It’s important for children to learn to organize their responsibilities every day and use their time wisely. Going to school, doing their homework and having time to play… they can do it all with a little organization and better time…

5 Effects of Fighting at Home on Your Children

No matter how happy and mature your relationship is, there will always be arguments and difficult moments at home. Sometimes, however, you may forget that your child is present and that can have serious, negative repercussions on their development. That’s…

8 Questions to Ask Your Children’s Teachers

Our children spend a good part of the day at school. Having good communication with your children’s teachers is fundamental to supporting and strengthening their learning process during school as well as to knowing that they are OK. That’s why…

Being a Single Mother: What Awaits You

It’s not easy being a single mother. However, there have been single mothers since time immemorial. These amazing women raise and educate their children on their own or with little help. There are millions of single mothers who have raised happy…

How to React When Children Bite

It’s common that children bite during a phase that occurs between two to three years of age. This occurs when they start to have emotions they didn’t have previously (such as anger, frustration, or jealousy) and don’t know how to…

Two Diets for Children with Obesity

Over the past few years, the number of children with obesity has increased dramatically. Many parents are looking for dietary solutions for their children to prevent future heart disease, diabetes, asthma, and even social discrimination. To help with this, today we’ll…

What to do about Disobedient Children

Disobedient children can be a headache for parents. Childhood is one of the happiest and most challenging times for every parents. There are many stages, challenges and changes that they must face together. Meanwhile, they must try to maintain the…

Signs of Attention Deficit Disorder in Children

Attention deficit disorder in children is one of the greatest causes for worry among parents. However, due to its complexity, it is difficult to get an accurate diagnosis when you first notice its early signs. Children with ADHD (attention deficit…

Teach a Child What to Do if They Get Lost

Losing a child is every parent’s worst nightmare. Whether it be in a public space or in your own neighborhood, it’s a situation that no family should have to go through. However, it happens more than we would like to…

Iron-deficiency Anemia in Children

Iron-deficiency anemia in children is a condition that comes from a deficiency in iron. This mineral is an essential part of hemoglobin, a protein responsible for transporting oxygen in the blood to keep your body’s tissues functioning optimally. This disease…

Four Problems of Being an Only Daughter

From birth, an only daughter may become spoiled at home and become mom and dad’s little princess. As a result, her parents may be overprotective. They may also make an extra effort to take care of her needs, since she’s…

Five Exercises to Promote Speech in Children

Although very young children don’t know how to talk, they can express themselves through crying and body language. It’s vitally important that they develop their verbal abilities, however. One way to do this is to perform some exercises to promote…

Children Who Grow Up Without a Father or Mother

Families are changing. In the western world, the number of single-parent families is increasing  and, consequently, so is the percentage of children who grow up without a father or mother. Whatever the reason that leads a family to be single-parent may be…