8 Ways to Stay Active as a Parent

Did you know that parents of young children are among the most sleep-deprived and least physically active groups in society? It's no surprise - juggling work, household chores, and childcare can leave little time and energy for exercise. But staying active is essential for our physical and mental wellbeing, and it can also help us be better parents.  So, if you're a busy mom or dad looking for ways to stay active, look no further! In this article, we'll share eight practical and … [Read more...]

From Nourishing Your Baby to Nurturing Yourself: Self-Care Tips for Breastfeeding Moms

As a breastfeeding mom, caring for your body and baby is essential. Breastfeeding can be one of a woman's most fulfilling experiences but it also requires constant focus and attention. That's also one of the reasons why many moms don't breastfeed their neonatal. Research shows that 10% to 32% of mothers never breastfeed their kids. It's easy for new moms to become overwhelmed with all the demands on their time, especially when they have other children at home who also need their attention. … [Read more...]

5 Sick Baby Must-Haves to Get You Through Cold Season

It's cold season, and you've got a sick baby at home. Don't panic! You can make your little one more comfortable with the right items and help them get better sooner. One of the must-have items is a baby humidifier. It can help reduce congestion, coughing, and sneezing by adding moisture to your baby's room air. Read on to find out what other items you'll need to get through the cold season with your baby! A Good Thermometer An accurate thermometer is essential for detecting fever in your … [Read more...]

How To Prepare For A New Baby? A Guide For Parents

Bringing a new life into the world is one of the most exciting and joyous events in a person's life, but it can also be a time filled with uncertainty, stress, and a lot of preparation. As the second trimester of pregnancy leads into the third, the countdown begins in many parents' minds, leading to even more concern that when the baby is born, they will not be ready. Don't worry! You can do many things to ensure that you are ready for your new arrival, so read on to learn more! Get … [Read more...]

Setting up a Nursery and Preparing for a New Arrival

Awaiting the arrival of a new baby can be an anxious time. You may be overcome with a mixture of feelings and emotions all at the same time. Setting up a nursery and preparing (mentally and physically) for your new arrival will help you in many ways. So, try and start this process as soon as possible. Giving yourself enough time (and not rushing) will feel more therapeutic. Making a List of What You Need Even though newborn babies are small in size, the list of what you want and need … [Read more...]

How to Help Your Kids Create Great Events at School

High School is an important part of our lives. It is not always an easy time for everyone, though. We need to encourage our sons and daughters to be part of the group. One of the ways we can help them do so, is to participate in the organization of events, with them. Here are a few ideas that you can bring forward, so that they can be part of creating memorable events in their school. Use Newspaper to Inform Kids and Parents about Events There was a time when high schools had newspapers. … [Read more...]

Causes And Cures For Clogged Milk Ducts

When your nipple presses against your breast, a blockage forms in the milk duct, obstructing milk flow from the breasts to the baby's mouth. All new mothers experience this, but it happens most frequently to those who have had little to no experience with breastfeeding. You might eventually get a blocked milk duct when you're nursing your infant. The most frequent cause of clogged milk ducts is inadequate nipple lubrication from nursing, particularly in the first few days following delivery. … [Read more...]

Five Nifty Tips for Mothers Seeking Jobs in the Market

Motherhood can demand several sacrifices and compromises from you throughout your lifetime. We know that every mom’s life is very different before and after having a baby, but the biggest change seems to show up in the form of professional life taking a pause. Be it for a month or a few years, a gap in professional experience was not a welcome streak in an individual’s resume until a few years ago. Thankfully, times have changed, and the industry is keen on welcoming back professionals with gaps … [Read more...]