Category: Well-being

How to Deal With Your Child’s Bedtime Fears
Many children go through different peculiar phases of having various fears, which are associated with bedtime. All these fears can take different figures from the platonic monster or from some accompanies.
How to Deal with Sleep Disruptions
There are many different approaches to sleep problems in young children. Each claims to work in 3 to 4 nights. Our sleep routine is founded on our belief that the anxiety a baby is feeling is best dealt with by remaining close by. It is set up to be deeply reassuring to a baby.
Getting Enough Sleep
Getting enough sleep, is a blessing for both you and your baby. It is important for both you and your baby to get a good nap and is beneficial for your health.
Child Overeating
Many times parents have special problems with overeating because they have struggled with their own weight and don't want their children to have the same problem. They may try to prevent this happening in their children by controlling food very strictly.
B12 Deficiency In Children
B12 deficiency which occurs as a result of malnutrition can cause some troubles in children. B12, which is important for […]
Making Doctor Visits Easier for Your Toddler
I can remember taking my children to the doctor when they were toddlers, not a fun time. They were frightened by the doctor himself, the strange tools and unfamiliar surroundings; not to mention the weird strange guy was about to touch him. If you are concerned about making your toddler’s doctor visits more pleasant, than read on, we’ve got highlights to help you and your little one feel better about it.
Eating Out with Your Toddler
We’ve all seen it and definitely heard it: the fussy baby at the restaurant. But there’s no reason to leave your toddler home for a family meal at a favorite restaurant—well of course not if you follow some precautionary tips. Here are a few pointers to help your family and all the other families around you to enjoy a nice meal out.