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  • Make Mental Health A Priority

    As new working mothers, you may be extremely busy with all the responsibilities on your shoulders. This article aims to help you identify the different ways in which you can incorporate these practices into your daily routine.

  • How to go From 'Perfect' to 'Good Enough' Parenting

    Every parent wants to give their child the best of everything ? right from being present as often as we can, to ensuring that they have access to everything that they need, and also to making sure they feel happy, safe and secure. However, at time we may create unrealistic expectations for ourselves that do more harm than good.

  • Why is Unstructured Playtime Important?

    While it is important to involve your child in structured activities, it is equally important to balance it with free play (unstructured time), where children can explore their creativity, use their imagination and explore the world around them.

  • Preventing Summer Dehydration in Babies

    Should I be worried about dehydration in my baby? Know how to avoid dehydration in babies -

  • Are Cartoon Characters 'Telling' Your Kids What to Eat?

    When a food is promoted by a cartoon character, this is eye-catching to a child.

  • Can We Really Have It All?

    You may have heard it said that nowadays women can have it all. You may have read stories of successful career-women who managed to continue their careers even after having children. However, there is no doubt that working mothers are faced with tough choices along the way. Read on to find out how you can make the equation work for yourself.

  • Can Sleep Deprivation Ruin Motherhood?

    Mothers are sleep-deprived, whether their babies are still infants or have moved to toddlerhood and beyond. Kids wake up at night for all sorts of reasons. Even when a child starts sleeping through the night, mothers may be staying up late or rising early for various reasons. Learn how to get more sleep and improve your quality of life as a mother.

  • Your Tantrum Toolbox

    Tantrums. A word that can send a shudder down even the most confident parent's spine! Find out 5 time-tested ways to manage your child's tantrums.

  • Positive Discipline for your Preschooler

    Ages 3 to 5 are wonderful years in your child's life. However, as your child's need for independence grows, you may experience more battles at home. Did you know that punishing, shouting and lecturing are ineffective ways to guide your child? Try a new approach called Positive Discipline. Not only will it result in your child being motivated to behave well, you as a parent will gain peace of mind too.

  • Does My Child Have ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)?

    Many parents describe their child as 'hyperactive'. Some even feel the level of hyperactivity is not normal and worry that their child may have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Educate yourself about ADHD and learn how it is actually diagnosed in children. Dispell myths about ADHD, for example, did you know that it cannot be diagnosed before the age of 4? Read on to find out whether your child's hyperactivity and lack of attention is simply part of his/her development, or whether it's a red flag.

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