Often we come across the aggressiveness of children. Here’s the kid playing in the sandbox – instead of building the pyramids, he suddenly throws himself at the girl with fists. What are the reasons for this behavior? Maybe some parents exaggerate the aggression of a child. What if attempts to defend himself by attacking others is normal for a certain age?
Your child brings you so much love and joy every single day. It’s your duty as a
parent to provide him a safe space to explore the new world with all of its miracles
and mysteries. Day after day your kid’s curiosity grows and develops, every item
attracts its attention and captivates the interest for longer.
Bay blues and sweet pinks are the norm when it comes to new babies. However, as times change so do our decor tastes. The Modern Day Mom is into those unique stand out patterns and simplistic decor. Yes, we all love the cute ruffles and frilly gowns, but that doesn’t mean we cant beef up the baby’s room! I’m talking about adorning those walls with some sweet digs. Momma bear is busy making a human, so only the best nursery must haves for a unique modern mom will do!
Oh the wonderful world of twins. One baby is a blast. Two babies is a party. Honestly, could you imagine what it must be like growing up in the womb together? It’s even said that twins form an intrauterine bond and often reach out to each other while in your tummy. How magical! If you find yourself expecting multiples, these Fun Facts About Twins are sure to get you excited.
Hi again. Yes, you there. Oh, no, you don’t need to hide that potato chip dipped in frosting with bacon bit sprinkles, I won’t judge. You’re pregnant and things are going to change. You may have noticed a few differences in your overall self these past months, some more apparent than others. Rest assured these changes are normal during those first 3 months pregnant.
You’re pregnant! Congrats and get ready for a whirlwind of fun and excitement. For now, you’re sitting in your Doctor’s office for the first prenatal visit. The first visit is overwhelming. Several options regarding procedures, nutrition and different prenatal testing are laid on the table.
If you ask 100 pregnant women what is the worst symptom they deal with, the overwhelming majority will say back pain. As your baby grows, all your organs move and press in different areas of your body.
Your center of gravity changes and you often find yourself hunched over trying to compensate. Your hips widen and ache, along with the extra weight of the baby, placenta, increased blood flow and amniotic fluid. Pregnancy sounds fun, doesn’t it?
How have you progressed in this Co-sleeping to Crib period? Some mothers find themselves struggling with baby sleeping through the night. There little one wakes often and momma is TIRED!
If you find yourself in this situation, there are several elements that may be affecting your little ones slumber. Today we will address a few common issues regarding your baby’s sleeping comfort and how to remedy them.
Before we get into the details, you may wonder when is the best time to transition. If you have not already, be sure to read my Co-Sleeping to Crib article that highlights the best opportune times to transition from co-sleeping to crib based on your child’s developmental milestones.
READ THE ARTICLE » HERE «
For this part of the mini course, we are going to get into the details regarding this big transition and address the night as it might unfold.
Do you or someone you know, have trouble sleeping in hotels. It’s a foreign place. It’s not your bed. It’s not even your house. Well, this is how baby feels about their new crib. That big crib is a new place they are not used to. Imagine waking in a large box in a new place for the first time. You may find yourself shouting, “I’m Lost!!!” then proceed to shout until someone finds you.
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