How to use the postpartum girdle properly to reduce the waist size after giving birth? In our opinion, you had better use the best post pregnancy girdle after being postpartum about from 20 days to 1 month (for usual giving birth) and from 1 month to 2 months (for cesarean section case – when the slit has treated really) to make sure that your body has gotten better fully. Continue reading “The Method of Using the Postpartum Girdle Properly to Reduce the Waist Size After Giving Birth” »
The birth of a baby is really a priceless gift for parents. Any couple looks forward to having a baby in their homes, of course if their expectations come true, surely, they are excited about preparing the essential items for their beloved child from nappy, milk, and cloths to toys. One of the most important things you have to own for your baby is a pack and play (known as playard).
It is easy to understand that shopping to buy a pack and play is a very difficult task for many people who have played the role of parents for the first time. On the other words, they have no experience for this work, all they can to do are finding out information and reading reviews for to understand more about this gear. There are so many options for you to choose, so this can make you overwhelmed. The advertising and promises from some brands are untruthful; you have to be wise to avoid being fooled by them. Choosing the best play yard is entirely up to your knowledge. Here are some tips you might concern to make the right decision: Continue reading “Tips to buy the best pack and play” »
Sleep is considered as the time to relax, recharge energy for human being. Especially for babies, it plays an important part in metal and physical development process. This opinion comes from the fact that children spend almost of time to sleeping during their first three years. As you might know that we can combine some specific activities in sleeping time of babies as feeding at, listening to music …But sometime it is not easy to let your baby go to sleep, it is seem more difficult if you want he/she follow the regular sleeping schedule. In our article today, we want to introduce with you the A to Z about how to set a good sleep habits for babies. Continue reading “How to build the healthy sleep habits for baby?” »
In a recent survey conducted by Zero to Three, 87 percent of parents thought that the more stimulation a child receives, the better off he or she is. In fact, the study noted, this was off-base; what’s important is not a steady diet of stimulation, but for parents and caregivers to carefully match the amount and kind of stimulation to a child’s level of development and mood at the moment.
Sounds tricky, but it’s not. “Small children will let you know when they’re overstimulated,” says Dr. Staso, “by fussing, wriggling out of your arms, or running away.” Older kids may tell you outright when they’ve had enough (“I don’t want to go to another gymnastics class! I hate it!”) or let you know in less direct ways (crankiness, clinginess, temper tantrums). If you’re seeing this behavior, don’t be afraid to call a time-out on the schedule of enriching activities you’ve devised for your child. “Kids are just like adults, in that sometimes Continue reading “How kids get smart: the surprising news – Part 4” »
Forget flash cards. One of the most powerful things you can do with your baby now to boost his brain power later is to talk to him-often, nicely, and in a variety of circumstances, say researchers Betty Hart, Ph.D., and Todd Risley, Ph.D., authors of Meaningful Differences in the Everyday Experience of Young American Children. Drs. Hart and Risley spent two and a half years recording spoken words and everyday parent-child interactions in the homes of 42 children age 3 and under, then compared standardized test scores when the children reached third grade. By far, those who scored highest had been exposed to more spoken language and heard positive feedback at a rate far greater than the other children. By age 3, in fact, the differences among the children were so great that the gap was “unlikely” to narrow Continue reading “How kids get smart: the surprising news – Part 3” »
A baby swing is an essential gear for parents who want something unique, safe and exciting for their children. While it is possible for parents to soothe their fussy child by let him/her rest by cuddling him/her, but for how long? This is the main question that parents need to find an answer for. Parents can really save their arms and legs by having a proficient baby swing. With so many baby swings present in the market, it becomes vital for parents to find the best rated baby swings which are examined deeply Continue reading “Best Rated Baby Swings To Choose From In 2016” »
To better understand what all this means for you as a parent, think of your child’s genetic brain matter as the hardware he’s born with. His experiences — via stimulation — are the software that dictates how much of that hardware ever gets used. A child genetically predisposed to being the next Mozart will never play a note if he’s not stimulated in ways that will bring that predisposition to the fore.
Oh, the pressure for parents. “My biggest concern is that parents are going to read about this research, run out and buy flash cards, get in their babies’ faces every 90 seconds to stimulate them, and miss out on the joys of raising a child,” says Edward Zigler. Ph.D., a Yale psychology professor and Continue reading “How kids get smart: the surprising news – Part 2” »
You’ve been hearing a lot lately about how critical it is to stimulate a child’s brain. That’s because a variety of different studies have proved that the way a child is brought up actually shapes the way her brain grows — and how intelligent she will be.
Genetics plays a role in a child’s brain growth, of course. But the ability that parents have to influence that growth is little short of awesome. Nothing you do or don’t do will change how your child’s heart chambers develop, or how many eggs her ovaries hold, or how her kidneys function. But proper stimulation, meaning a rich and diverse environment, will make her brain grow denser, her thought processes quicker, her perception keener — and ultimately make her a more competent and happier person. Continue reading “How kids get smart: the surprising news – Part 1” »