Most of the children experience constipation often. Children’s diet may not always be filled with lots of fiber as it may cause diarrhea. Constipation in kids more or less refers to moderate to extreme difficulty in passing stools or pass stools less often, no more than 4 times a week! Although constipation isn’t a major condition to concern, constipation in kids lead to bloated stomach, errant behaviors, stomach pain and discomfort, refusal to eat, etc. It is an easily preventable condition and can be treated simply with home remedies. Continue reading
It’s New Year! The dawn of the fresh year brings a lot of happiness and hopes! New Year is obviously related to resolutions! It has become a customary, almost a ritual to list out some New Year resolutions! Are we following it? Very rarely, hardly a few! New Year resolutions aren’t only for adults! It is even for kiddies.
It is essential that kids should make some resolutions to adhere this New Year! Following are some of the simple resolution suggestions for kids. Continue reading
It’s almost holidays now for your sweet little ones! However, it is winter, or almost winter! You may fear that your child could be the victim of extreme cold or develop flu or wheeze! You can make this time pleasant, joyous and wonderful by focusing a few elements to keep your child healthy.
Life changes dramatically during the freezing winter. The kids would love to snug in their bed for hours in the morning covering them in the quilt! When the temperature falls outside, your child body needs extra warmness to prevent infection. Continue reading
Parents are the role models for their kids. They simply follow the footsteps of the father and mother in many aspects. Copying the activities and habits of the parent is inevitable. What you say, style of your speech, the way you express, gestures, etc. are keenly observed by the little masters. Without your knowledge, kids adapt their parent’s style in them. Continue reading
The terrible twos and threes and pre-teens are known for their unusual behavior. Expressing defiance is a normal part of child’s behavior. Arguing, not responding, disobeying, back talk, staying moody, picky eating, etc are very common in many kids, which are normal defiance. Defiance becomes a concern for parents when their child tends to disobey for weeks and months incessantly! Continue reading