Category Archives: General Topics

Articles about general topics for children and parents.

Toddlers Nutrition Between 18 – 24 months

nutritious foodGenerally, toddlers, who are aged, more than 15 months tend to have a reduced appetite! There will be a further drop in the appetite for the toddlers who are nearing 2 years! Moreover, the baby does not drink the formula drink or breast milk during the stage. So, it is essential to feed the baby with nutritious food. Continue reading

Best Baby Gifts and Worst Baby Gifts

Gifting the newborns or the mother during baby shower is a culture! Choosing a right gift for a newborn baby is not an easy task as you will be amazed at the plenty of options available! Gifting is a sort of blessing and expression of kindness. It is a common practice across the globe that every person who meet the baby for the first time tend to gift the baby and / or the mom. It indirectly implies that the baby and mom are blessed by the visitors with all good endeavors. Continue reading

Inculcating Values in Kid

One of the most concerning areas in child development is inculcating values in kid. It is a crucial part of child development.  Errant behavior in babies as well as toddlers is generally tolerable at a certain extent. There are many instances where parents wonder, ‘why my kid is not understanding how to behave?’ Or ‘when my child is going to behave well with others?’ Continue reading

Extrovert and Introvert Kids

happy children with balloonsHow to deal with extrovert and introvert kids? Learn about the basic traits and try to bring out the positive aspects.

How difficult and challenging is raising the kids? Yes, at the same time, it is more interesting phase in our lives! Every child has its own behavior and practices, which are inherited from the parents as well as grasped from the external environment as they grow up! Continue reading

Toddlers Behaviors and Conflicts

ToddlerIs your sweet little toddler driving you crazy with abrupt, errant, destructive and conflicting behavior? Don’t worry! You are not just alone. In fact more than 80 percent of toddlers tend to reflect the conflicting behavior. So what is the reason behind the destructive behavior? Continue reading