5 Effective Tips For Postpartum Weight Loss

While experiencing pregnancy and giving birth to a baby is beautiful, it changes the posture and women’s body drastically. Although others might not think that, living with the postpartum body is such a struggle. Especially when you had undergone C-section, your tummy seems to be cramping and aching all the time for weeks and even after that. However, that is not eternal.   Pregnancy changes your whole body that doesn’t mean that you have to live with that body throughout your life. It is … [Read more...]

8 Tips to Throw a Frugal Kids’ Birthday Party

Birthday parties are memorable experiences. Every kid is waiting their birthday, so they get all the attention, presents and love. Even grown-ups make a big deal out of their birthdays. If you want to celebrate a party to remember, you have to pay attention to details. Invitations or custom birthday printables, which are a new trend, mean a lot to children. But, don´t act surprised, details make all the difference. So, instead of losing your mind over planning your kid´s birthday party, … [Read more...]

Her First Bra: How to Make Bra Shopping a Positive Experience for Your Teen

Did you know that a girl’s breasts can start to develop when she is as young as eight years old? While the changes range dramatically from person to person, it’s important to keep an eye out for them as puberty approaches. If you’ve determined that it’s time for your daughter to buy her first bra, there are a lot of considerations to take to ensure that it’s a positive shopping experience. Of course, these bodily changes can stir up some major self-conscious feelings or shame in your … [Read more...]

Top Ways to Help Your Autistic Child Excel in School

Raising an autistic child is something that many families have in common. According to statistics, one in every 41 children now has autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in the United States. While this number may seem alarmingly high, the numbers have actually been balancing out lately and are possibly stabilizing. All parents want what is best for their kids, and parents of an autistic child are no different. They want them to be healthy, happy, and to have a wonderful experience in school which … [Read more...]

Dear New Moms, Here’s What You Need

Having your first baby can leave you feeling extremely overwhelmed. The excitement sets in and you’re worried about picking out a baby name, decorating the nursery, and figuring out how you’re going to break the news to your family and friends. At one point before the baby arrives, you’re probably going to panic when it comes to how prepared you are. How much do you and your partner really know about raising a child? Are you really going to lose as much sleep as they tell you? Do you have … [Read more...]

How To Befriend Your Child

Often, children get tired of the tasks and burden you go on putting on them. Sometimes, they start developing a feeling of fear for their parents and just look at you as a strict person. You can change the scenario that develops at some phase between most parents and children. A little change can help you develop a good bond with them. They will be able to share things with you as they do with their friends. With friends, they feel comfortable and open. So, why don’t you try to make friends … [Read more...]

The Benefits Of Reading To Your Child

For many of us, one of our earliest childhood memories is being read to by our parents.  The stories my parents read to me as a child helped shape me into the person I later became, and I credit my own abilities as a writer to being read to at an early age.  As I got older, I began begging my father to take me to the local bookstore so that I could pick out whichever book I wanted. I would spend hours sitting Indian style in the children’s section of the store, a stack of books next to me, … [Read more...]

Fun Activities for Getting Kids Outside

In the age of the internet, it’s proving more difficult than ever for parents to motivate their kids to take some timeout from their tech and gadgets and experience the great outdoors. Obviously, not only does this mean they are missing out on a world of fun and adventure, but they are also losing out on physical exercise. Thankfully, there are a wide variety of tactics you as a parent can employ to motivate them out of their slump and into a world of outside adventure. By doing this, you … [Read more...]