Children

In this section, we’ll help you better understand the intellectual and physical development of your children. You’ll get to know the behavior of a child in every situation and how you should respond. Find out about specific care, information on health, diet, hygiene, and the things that will help your child grow up healthy and happy. We’ll be your partner in this beautiful adventure.

Benefits of Letting Children Go Barefoot

Children love taking off their shoes. But why is this? In this article, you will discover the benefits of letting your children go barefoot. Your child is probably part of that enormous group of children that loves to take of…

Toxic Parents: Ways To Identify Them

Parenting is a hard task and many times we often wonder how we’re doing, rather than stopping to think if everything we do for our children is done for their happiness or if it is for our own. This is…

I’m a Mom, Not Your Maid

“I’m a mom.” What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear this phrase? Joy, satisfaction, and happiness, or sacrifice and despair? Although the arrival of your child is possibly the most important moment of your life…

To Have a Son Is to Have an Eternal Prince

From a very young age, many women dream of finding their Prince Charming. What they never imagined is that fate might one day reward them with the best gift of life: that fairy tale prince materializes as nothing more or…

My Child’s Gaze Holds the Goodness of the World

Hope and kindness lie in every child’s gaze. The illusions and the always unruly curiosity inhabit the eyes of every small being… Let those noble inhabitants who live in their interior not get lost, but let those magical tenants always…

The Magical Relationship Between Father and Daughter

The relationship between a father and daughter is one of the most heart-warming and intense bonds, when a father is involved and dedicated to his daughter and treats his little princess with love and delicacy. Without a doubt, the father-daughter relationship…

The Changing Role of Grandmothers of Today

Today in You Are Mom, we would like to pay a small tribute to these special women. Grandmothers of today are already being described as a new generation of “superwomen.” Many of them are far removed from the classic image of a…

The Bright Side of Tantrums

You may think that no good comes of childish tantrums, that they only create a chaotic environment and get on your nerves. Believe it or not, tantrums and fits are an important part of your child’s emotional health and well-being. Tantrums…

5 Things Your Only Child Should Learn

Despite social difficulties, the birth rate doesn’t seem to be slowing down. More and more couples are having children. However, there are still many couples decide to have an only child, because having more children can be complicated, both to…

Sick Kids, Strong Moms: This Ad Will Break Your Heart

A pat on the back to any empathetic mother, and a heartfelt tribute to those that are particularly brave. This ad highlights the constant and silent struggle that many mothers go through. “SickKids versus MomStrong” is both moving and heartbreaking.…

How to Talk to Your Children about Strangers

Talking to your children about strangers isn’t always an easy task, but it’s absolutely necessary that they understand the difference between being polite to others and being safe. Not everyone is what they seem to be, nor does everyone show who…

Teach Your Child to Cope with Teasing

Children can be wonderful, but they can also be very cruel. To a large extent, it is not all their fault: some have bad examples at home that they pick up. Unfortunately, these attitudes acquired within the home can cause…

What To Do When Your Child is Getting Bullied

Your child comes home from school and you can see that he is distraught. “He’s getting bullied,” is the first thing you think. So you approach him, heartbroken to see him so hurt. You start to ask him about it and…

What is Selective Mutism in Children?

Selective mutism is a more common condition than we might think. For many children, it has a sudden onset, but not every parent recognizes it as a disease. Selective mutism refers to when children choose to remain silent in different…