1. 14Sep

    The Pros and Cons of Being a Work at Home Parent

    Working at home while being able to take care of kids is not something anyone can handle. Some parents will feel more at peace being near their children and being able to attend to their needs at any moment. On the other hand, some need to separate work from their personal lives to be able to thrive in both. Each family’s needs are different, and each choice is not meant for everyone.

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  2. 31Aug

    6 Ways to Convince Your Child to Take a Bath

    Getting children to take a bath is a challenge for a lot of parents. Bathing is one of the things parents of toddlers dread the most. While it seems to be a simple and easy task for most, it is quite a challenge for parents of younger kids or toddlers.

    Here are six simple ways that may help you encourage your kids to consider taking a bath.

     

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  3. 24Aug

    Encouraging Your Kids to Play Sports

    Children ages one to six are still developing all the basic motor skills they need to participate in activities such as sports when they are older. It is important to remember that each child’s growth and development vary from the other. This is why there are different ways you can help and support them in taking part in physical activities as early as you can into their toddler years.

    Here are some ways to motivate and involve your kids in sports:

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  4. 10Aug

    Positive Parenting: Getting Your Child to Listen

    Disciplining and teaching your child to be obedient is part and parcel of being a parent. However, while teaching children to behave appropriately might come easily and naturally to some parents, many others face challenges in different situations.

    If you’re a parent looking for a way to learn how to discipline your child, here are five ways you can get your child to listen without aggression or other actions that may result in negative outcomes.

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  5. 27Jul

    Postpartum Care: A quick guide on how moms should take care of themselves after childbirth

    Whether it’s looking out for your weight, trying to find time to socialize, or making yourself mentally healthy, the postpartum period can be an incredibly daunting challenge that many moms can potentially face.

    Here are Babyology’s tips for moms and families going through the postpartum period.

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  6. 20Jul

    How to make the most out of your time with your kids

    "I’m too busy.”

    At one point or another, we can’t help but utter the words above, as the nature of our work and business forces us to succumb to pressure, deadlines, and stress.

    Don’t worry, we’ve all been there.

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  7. 13Jul

    6 Summer Date Ideas for Mommies and Their Little Ones

    As summer is already here, we bet you’re wondering what to do with your little one in your spare time. Play games? Or go for a walk? How could you make these activities entertaining and memorable for your kid?

    We’ve selected 6 date ideas for you and your little one during the long summer days, full of joy and sunshine.

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  8. 06Jul

    5 Essential and DIY Baby Skin Care Products That You Can Make at Home

    You and your baby will surely love these natural and easy-to-make products!

    Parents are often faced with a ton of choices when it comes to skincare. Pharmacies and groceries are lined up with baby-care products from big-name brands. But how do we know which ones are truly good, organic, natural, and most importantly SAFE for our baby?

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  9. 28Jun

    An Instruction Manual for your First Day with the Baby: From Hospital to Home (Part 2)

    In the previous post, we`ve discussed the first instructions you need to follow since Day 1 with the baby.

    Check out the rest of the manual and be always prepared.

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  10. 20Jun

    An Instruction Manual for your First Day with the Baby: From Hospital to Home (Part 1)

    You’re now in for a roller coaster of exciting discoveries, fun, and unexpected turns. While most parents say, “nothing will prepare you for parenthood”, there are some things that we can do to prepare.

    Let’s see how you should first prepare for the hospital. We have this handy checklist below that you can either print or save on your phone. First up, the parents.

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