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Is Your Child Constipated?

Constipation often gets misinterpreted as being the amount of bowel movements a person has in a day, but it actually is referred to as being the compactness of stools in the body, and not able to pass them. It happens because the muscles at the end of the large intestine tighten, which prevents the stool […]

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When Will My Child Be Ready

Its almost inevitable to hear the question “When will my child be able to..?” This is the same thing as asking “ When will my child grow an inch taller?” Due to each and every child being different, they also have an inner timetable, invisible to the naked eye. Doctors or friends can make educated […]

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Is My Child Dehydrated?

Summer is approaching fast, which means keeping your child well-hydrated so they can avoid the dangers of getting dehydrated. Children are naturally active and that’s why its important to monitor their behavior when its hot out. Staying well educated and understanding the symptoms of dehydration will help to prevent a potentially dangerous situation from occurring. […]

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Creating A Healthy Attachment With Your Child

As a society, we raise our children with the expectation of becoming self-reliant, in hopes they will make close, loving and intimate relationships with those around them. Instead, these are the same children who are taught very early in life, not to disclose their feelings. Children are also being taught to suppress how they feel […]

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Is Your Child Considered Sensitive?

Does your child enjoy quiet time alone, or do they love big, noisy groups? Does your child tend to read your mind, and ask tons of questions? Is your child incredibly perceptive regarding all minor details in life? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you may be raising a highly sensitive child, […]

Childproofing

How To Childproof Your Home

  Instead of worrying about your child being abducted or getting hurt from their day to day activities, think about your own home possibly being unsafe. Unintentional deaths are the leading cause of deaths in children ages 14 and under, and a third of those deaths happen at home. Your children have the highest risk […]