As an introverted parent, I’ve always been thoughtful about how to navigate school functions. So, when it came to visiting my daughter’s classroom, I approached it with deliberation. I moved slowly towards the door, adjusted my shirt, and took a deep breath before stepping into the bustling environment.
During a recent incident where I, as a mother, was trying to persuade my 6-year-old son to put on a collared shirt for a special occasion, he asserted his rights by stating, ‘Mom, consent!’. His grasp of such a fundamental principle was a moment of pride for me, which could be likened to explaining complex […]
Saving a dying marriage after having children can be challenging, but a successful union requires much effort. Here are eight things I’ve learned as a marital coach that can help couples develop a solid foundation and navigate the complexities of maintaining a strong relationship post-parenthood.
Dealing with measles can be scary for both parents and children. Learn what to do when you or your kid are infected with measles and how to manage the symptoms to make the recovery process as smooth as possible.
Your baby’s brain develops swiftly until they are roughly three years old. During this vital period, parents can do various activities to encourage healthy baby development, including favorable brain development. You don’t need anything difficult or expensive to assist your child’s brain development. Nutritious meals, playtime, snuggling, talking, singing, and laughing together will aid in […]
There were several unintended consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, and weight gain was one of them. Many children have gained weight during the pandemic. Forty-two percent of respondents, according to a recent survey, put on weight while under lockdown. A recent investigation has revealed that youngsters have the same difficulties in accepting unexpected windfalls.
A high school student afraid of failing is unlikely to realize his full potential. He may delay trying out for baseball because he is afraid he won’t make the squad. Or, he may put off submitting his college application out of concern that he will receive a rejection letter, resulting in him missing the application […]
Instead of using their tongues, many 1-year-olds chew using their teeth. Here’s how to make the most of your time with your child while they are still little. A toddler’s biting habits can be prevented.
Lynching and murder occurred for decades after the Emancipation Proclamation was published in 1863. As I watch how I teach my 3-year-old daughter about Black culture, I wonder whether I’m being too hopeful about the current anti-racism movement.
Children appreciate toys that mirror their appearance. Here are six companies or brands that offers multicultural toys that cater to a wide range of ethnicities, all of which youngsters will enjoy using.