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Protect Your Child from Spring Allergies

Spring is in the air and with it blooms a host of allergies that might leave your little one sneezing and sniffling for days. Each spring, plants release tiny pollen

The Power of Saying I love you

The Power of Saying “I love You”

I Love You. Three simple words with a wealth of meaning behind them. As one of the most impactful things a parent can say to their child, remembering to say

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Sharing is Caring

To share is to spread joy. Sharing is also a critical skill that comes in handy when kids play and learn. It sows the seeds of empathy and helps in

Chore Chart

Introducing Chore Chart

What is a Chore Chart? A chore chart is a fun way for parents to teach kids responsibility from a young age. It is an interactive format for listing out

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Ways to Entertain your Toddler without Using a Smartphone

Remember the last time you spent an entire day without smartphones? That would give you an idea of how much technology of all kind has taken over our lives and

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Things that Can Distant A Child Away From the Parents

Parenting is one of the toughest jobs in the world and every parent desires to get it right. But the crucial thing to remember is that there is no ‘right’

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What To Do When Your Child Makes You Angry?

There are no doubts that we parents love our kids. If it were possible, we would move the moon and stars to ensure that our children are happy, protected and

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Tips to Make Parenting Stress Free

Whether it’s hectic morning routines or a sudden injury, stress is an inevitable part of parenting. A troublingly large proportion of working parents suffer from mental or emotional strain. Seeing

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Protect Your Child From Obesity!

One of the biggest problems of our century is childhood obesity. It is a growing issue and research shows that the percentage of overweight children has only doubled in the

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Prepare Your Child for The Arrival of a Sibling

In your child’s eyes you were the perfect family of three where it was just ‘mommy, daddy and me’. For you, your only child was the centre of your universe