Motherhood

This section has the best tips, most useful facts, and the latest science on pregnancy and parenting. Feeding, illness, emotional management, conflict resolution, communicating with your teenage children… Anything you’ve ever wondered about motherhood is here in this section.

Eight Benefits of Drawing for Children

There are many benefits of drawing for children. After all, it’s an ideal way to develop motor and mental skills. It also strengthens their exploratory, psychological, and emotional development. Unlike adults, children don’t worry about what others think. They’re not…

How to Help Your Children Face Peer Pressure

Peer pressure is a reality that affects children and adolescents in their lives. It influences various aspects of their lives, such as what they wear, and how they deal with or avoid other people. Peer pressure can make children do…

Why Babies Shouldn’t Sleep in a Car Seat

You’ve done everything to get your baby to fall asleep and are sort of desperate. Then, almost out of ideas, you buckle them up in their car seat and you get into your car and start driving. Then, as soon…

Five Tips to Care for Your Baby’s Hair

The care of your baby’s hair is part of their daily hygiene routine from the moment you get to hold them in your arms. Whether they’re born with a full head of hair or just peach-like fuzz, a baby’s head…

Teach Your Child to Help Others

Helping others makes a person happy because it gives a feeling of achievement and the appreciation of others. This allows you to discover the power that you have inside yourself. The important thing is that your child learns to practice…

How to Recognize a Gifted Child

A gifted child understands and processes reality differently. Unfortunately, their high intellectual capabilities may lead them to be misunderstood by the world around them. Some may consider that a child with high academic performance or one that is able to…

How a Second Pregnancy Differs from the First

A woman’s first pregnancy is usually overwhelming. She has a lot of expectations and, believe it or not, the most intense emotion she may feel is fear. Her second pregnancy, however, may be calmer. Since women know what to expect…

What to Do if Your Child Has an Imaginary Friend

Many children have imaginary friends, or characters that stimulate creativity and help them to express their emotions. However, they may concern parents. This article will explain what to do if your child has an imaginary friend. Why do Children Invent…

Do I Give My Child Too Many Gifts?

As parents, we can sometimes think that a new toy can replace spending time with our children. If this is a common occurrence, it can result in a child becoming spoiled. Keep reading to learn more about how to avoid…

The Effect of Dyslexia in Children

We know that children learn at different paces. Some learn rather quickly, while others struggle more. However, when it comes to dyslexia in children, this means children will have a lot of difficulties learning to read and write. With adequate…

Should I Have a C-Section or Vaginal Delivery?

Choosing between C-section or vaginal delivery is a common question among pregnant women. Some opt for the traditional method and deliver their babies vaginally. However, others prefer to have the largest number of variables under control and therefore choose a…

How to Calm Down a Baby that Cries Non-Stop

Children cry for a lot of different reasons. Most of the time, we’re not entirely sure why. However, as parents, we have to know the causes, actions and consequences of our children crying. In this article, we’ll take a look…

How to Help Your Child Fight School Fatigue

School fatigue is a very common disorder in children. It consists of the exhaustion and fatigue students feel due to homework and school assignments. School fatigue can be caused by sleepiness, boredom, physical exhaustion, or harassment, among other things. This…

The Top Seven Lullabies for Babies

Have you ever thought about how important lullabies are for babies? Even if they may not seem like it, they’re an incredible tool that helps build an emotional dialogue between mother and child. They also have a relaxing effect on…

Care Before and After a Cesarean Section

A cesarean section is a type of surgery. It consists of making an incision in the abdomen and uterus to take out the baby. Nowadays, specialists consider cesarean sections to be the safest procedure to prevent or solve possible complications that may happen…

Bleeding During Pregnancy

Bleeding during pregnancy is a lot more common than you may think: 50% of women have vaginal spotting at some point. However, this doesn’t always mean that such abnormalities could harm the baby , even though it’s certainly a concern for…

Grades: a Guide for Parents

As soon as children begin school, many begin to worry about their grades. When you receive their report card, there may be emotions of joy or frustrating disappointments. Parents take their children’s grades very seriously as if it were an…

How to Teach Your Baby to Sit Up

Parents often impatiently wait for their babies to perform their first feats. They can’t wait for their first smile, first crawl, and first steps. Although it’s all gradual, it’s natural to be anxious. Everyone wants to see their baby sit…