Parenting Advice

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)  and American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) released new guidelines on car seats only yesterday, but it already created great controversy and passionate discussions all over the web. While many parents are more than happy with new regulations and going to keep their toddlers rear-faced as long as possible, […]

New Guidelines From AAP Regarding Car Seats

by Liliya on March 21, 2011

Today American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) published online new guidance for child seat use. Accordingly to AAP reccomendations children should be kept in rear-facing car seat until age of two or until the maximum rear-facing height and weight is reached. The AAP also has new guidance for older kids: most should remain in a booster […]

Children under the age of five are not able to grasp accurately the stuff that their parents utter. Lessons have to be converted to senses for them to be effective. Words alone cannot take you far. They try and reason according to things they see and never what they hear you say. Therefore displaying kindness […]

You never get a second chance to have a very first time experience with any given subject. Dressing up the positive issues in life and introducing them as entertainment, something enjoyable, will give a very good 1st impression. This leaves a lasting impression and they suddenly have a positive association with these things. Consequently, this […]

Fast food is a big part of modern life these days, making it very hard to teach a child how he or she should eat healthy.  The cheapest and easiest foods are those that are normally the least healthy.  If you give your child the choice between healthy food and junk food, you normally won’t […]

School is often a challenging location for a large number of youngsters. There is quite a lot about bullies and cliques and striving to fit in throughout perhaps the most tumultuous periods in our lives. For many kids, school is considered substantially more challenging due to educational issues. Each and every boy or girl learns […]