Babies are capable of doing things earlier than we think they could. And this study on language development is just one of the many proofs of that.
Know And Meet Your Children’s Love Needs
Are you meeting your child’s love needs? Are you reaching out to him in the love language he speaks?
Are there contributory elements that ante up an unborn baby’s risk of having autism spectrum disorder (ASD)?
Magazine photos and Internet images often picture pregnant women smiling, rosy-cheeked, and glowing as they pat their bellies with such TLC it’s palpable even to viewers outside the screen. These imageries often lead us to believe pregnancy is something borne out of fairy tales with happy endings. In reality, it’s not. In fact, emotions going out of control are commonplace during gestation. When you’re expecting, you’re undoubtedly in for one emotional rollercoaster ride. Continue reading
“I went through a miscarriage two years ago, and now that I am pregnant, I want to make sure my unborn baby’s fate now wouldn’t end up in another one. I want to make sure my baby thrives inside my womb. How can I make sure of that?”
This article tackles four crucial things to keep in mind to ensure your baby’s health as he or she grows inside you.
Why You Shouldn’t Make Technology Your Kid’s Babysitter
We like the convenience technological advancements like the internet and handheld gadgets afford us. Admittedly, their advantages are seemingly endless. And as their entertainment values are high, parents have turned to them as expedient babysitting alternatives to their kids to keep them still and amused,and they achieve that!
However, experts doled out warnings – don’t use the internet, your computer or any handheld device as an alternative babysitter for your children. Read on and find out the six reasons why you shouldn’t (And no, these cautions don’t have anything to do with online predators!).