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From authoritative to neglectful, discover which parenting style suits you best | The Times of India

Making the right choices as a parent is a journey that calls for self-reflection and flexibility. Whichever style—gentle, authoritative, permissive, or attachment—you prefer, it’s important to recognize the subtleties and possible effects on your child’s growth. Learn more about these style here.

Parenting at 30,000 Feet: United Airlines Passenger Lets Child Draw on Tray Table, Nobody Cleans It – View from the Wing

A United Airlines passenger flying to Saint Martin on Thursday pulled down their tray table to find children’s drawings in orange, green, black and blue. This wasn’t the only – or even biggest – problem they had with their flight. They note rude flight attendants and that “a fight broke out.” The only thing they had to say about their tray is that “no one bothered to clean” it. But it shouldn’t have even been dirtied like that in the first place. Who draws pictures on their seat back tray, instead of using paper?

Navigating Overinvolved ‘Helicopter Parenting’ in Youth Sports: Striking a Balance for Thriving Athletes

In the fast-paced realm of youth sports, a growing concern has emerged—helicopter parenting. Defined as excessive parental involvement that hampers a child’s growth and independence, this phenomenon has raised questions about its impact on young athletes. Sports Mental Performance Coach Haitham Gheita shares his insights with Egyptian Streets, shedding light on the characteristics of helicopter

Delco State Elected Officials Collect Over 10K Diapers and Other Baby Items to Help Parenting Families

DELAWARE COUNTY, PA – December 20, 2023 –   More than 10,000 diapers and other baby items were delivered to the Upper Darby WIC office on Tuesday thanks to collection efforts from the offices of several state elected officials who represent parts of Delaware County, and a few local branches of the Community YMCA of Eastern […]

The False Promise of Split-Shift Parenting

In a country where roughly two out of every five parents struggle to afford care for their kids, many couples have resorted to parenting in shifts: One parent looks after the kid(s) while the other works, and then they swap. I asked my social media followers: What is split-shift parenting like in 2023? One word popped up over and over again: exhausting. And when the whole family is stretched thin, we know exactly who picks up the slack: moms. Moms deserve more options. Better options. Sustainable options—and they need them urgently.

How We Saved Our Dying Marriage After Having Children

Saving a Dying Marriage After Having Children

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. “I am unsure of my readiness for marriage.” This notion […]

What To Do When You or Your Kid Have The Measles

What To Do When You or Your Kid Have The Measles

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. If you or your child develops the characteristic symptoms of measles — a thin rash of […]

5 Ways You Can Nurture Your Baby’s Brain Development

Ways You Can Nurture Your Baby's Brain Development

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 […]

Reasons Why So Few Embryos Develop After IVF

Reasons Why So Few Embryos Develop After IVF

In this article, find out the reasons why so few embryos develop after an IVF and what you can do to safeguard your mental health. The success rate of IVF is comparable to that of a natural cycle in couples with no reproductive concerns; a study of about 156,000 women reported an average live-birth rate […]

Children Have Gained Weight During The Pandemic

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. The […]

A Guide to Calming an Excessively Hyperactive Child

Guide to Calming a Hyperactive Child

To help your hyperactive child thrive, you must highlight the positives. Here’s a guide to help in calming an excessively hyperactive child Last year, Shia, then 4, began attending gymnastics and found it challenging to sit still during circle time. However, she would stand up and walk away as soon as the other kids could […]

A Toddler’s Biting Habits Can Be Prevented

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. If your child is anything like mine, she’s been putting everything in her mouth since she was a baby. A […]

Can We Change for the Better This Time?

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. I’m raising a 3-year-old girl, and I’m mindful of what images I put in front of her. To adore her […]

Can You Stop Growing as a Girl?

A Parent's Guide to the First OB-GYN Exam for Their Child

When you were young, you may have wondered, “when do you stop growing?” But males and females differ as to when they stop growing. How old your daughter was when her first period came determines when she stops growing in height.  Doctors employ various methods to estimate a patient’s size, as described by the experts. […]

Brands of Multicultural Toys That Children Will Enjoy

The Most Useful Internet Resources for Mothers

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. These six brands of multicultural toys and businesses break down cultural barriers and foster a collaborative learning environment that children will enjoy.