Is your kid getting adequate nutrition? Watch out for these symptoms.
Kid nutrition becomes a crucial aspect of health, growth, development and well-being after 6 months. If the kid is breastfed for the initial six months, there is nothing to worry about the nutritional requirements or moms need not worry about lack of nutrition in kids. Kids need adequate nutrients from vitamins to fats. If your kid lacks nutrition, don’t worry you can easily identify the nutrition deficiency through many symptoms. Continue reading Symptoms of Nutrition Deficiency in Kids
Our lives are surrounded by interesting, weird and strange myths! Unfortunately, the newborn baby is also not exceptional to these absurd myths. Regrettably, many could differentiate the myths about baby growth and the facts or even the advice! Where ever a new baby is born, elders, relatives and neighbors show themselves as expert in parenting and supply you with loads of parenting advice. Yet, many of these well-built parenting advices are merely the baby myths! Continue reading Myths about Baby Growth
Letting your kid watch television? Is it good or bad for the kid?
Can the kid watch television – A big debate is going on! Well, we are living in a fast paced world, where many moms could not find adequate time to spend with the kid! Busy moms find television as a great resort to make their naughty kids rest in a single place! Although it is not a healthy practice, watching television has some benefits for the kids. Continue reading Kids’ watch television – Pros and Cons
Child and child care is a very tedious aspect. Many times the little one gives you creeps. How to handle the emergency and scary situations wisely?
Any new parent, along with the extreme happiness and joy, bring a sort of tension, scariness when they take their newborn home! Child care, upbringing a child, watching the child development, etc can be awesome. Yet you would have to face some terrifying moments, rising up your pressure levels and scaring you to the core! Continue reading Child Scary Situations to Handle Wisely
Generally, 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 Toddlers Nutrition Between 18 – 24 months