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.

How to Handle Sibling Jealousy

Sibling jealousy is common and normal. After all, the arrival of a baby who will get all their parents’ and other adults’ attention can take a child by surprise. While parents wonder if they’ll love their second baby as much…

How to Control Fights Between Children

We often observe fights between children, as this is an emotion that all human beings experience. Children typically start fighting at age two up into adolescence. They fight to confront their peers or older children due to different emotional situations…

The Sad Reality of Perinatal Grief

Perinatal grief is what happens when a baby dies before or a few days after birth. It’s an intense pain that takes the woman, her partner and the family by surprise. The pregnant woman has made up her mind about the…

Four Tips to Prevent Diaper Rash

Knowing how to prevent diaper rash in infants is an important thing each mother should know, especially first-time mothers. This is a skin condition or outbreaks on the area covered by the diaper. In general, it appears at the bottom…

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 Calm Your Baby’s Hiccups

When a baby has hiccups, it can be a bit worrisome for parents, especially when they happen recurrently. However, contrary to what many think, that delicate “hip” “hip” isn’t anything serious, nor is it annoying for your little one. Most…

5 Tips for Raising a Healthy Teenager

Let’s face it: being a teenager isn’t easy. If your teenager is having troubles, don’t worry: it’s probably a product of the way they see the world during this stage in their life. It’s important to support them through their…