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.

Verbal Abuse: a Form of Violence Against Children

Raising a child is a challenge for all parents. However, no matter how difficult it gets, you should never resort to violence as a means of teaching. Verbal abuse is becoming an increasingly common form of violence against children due to poor…

Childhood Aggression: How to Deal With It

These days, aggressive behavior and violence are somewhat common in everyday life. What is truly concerning is childhood aggression, which has long been an issue among the littlest members of the household. In this article, we’ll take a look at…

Musical Toys for Children and Their Benefits

Musical toys for children are one of the funnest and most important tools for stimulating children’s senses and brain development.  While they’re currently very popular, the truth is they’ve been used for generations to catch little ones’ attention. Rattles, for…

What to Do With Your Child’s Old Clothes

As children get older, they outgrow their clothing and no longer use it. This leads many parents to wonder what they should do with their child’s old clothes. Your baby’s first clothing items tend to inspire smiles and reminiscent sighs of…

6 Lasting Effects of Family Invalidation

There are people who are incapable of making their own decisions or setting goals for themselves. This can be a direct result of family invalidation. Family invalidation is common in a lot of families and it’s usually unintentional. It’s a process where…

The Most Common Sleep Disorders in Children

It’s important for parents to know how to detect the most common sleep disorders in children, as well as understand what causes them. Sleep is extremely important for children, as it promotes growth and healthy development. It’s important to avoid anything that…

Separating Twins at School: Pros and Cons

Specialists say that one of the primary concerns of parents of twins is whether separating twins at school is good or bad. There has been plenty of debate regarding the need for twins or other multiple-birth siblings to remain together…

4 Mistakes to Avoid With Gifted Children

When you’re a parent of a child with a high IQ, it’s normal not to know how to handle certain situations. Let’s take a look at some of the most common mistakes that parents tend to make with gifted children.…

When Teenage Girls Fall In Love

Adolescence is a stage in which teens discover, among other things, the great adventure of youth: their first love. Obviously, this happens to both boys and girls. But in this article, we’ll focus on what happens when teenage girls fall…

At What Age Do Girls Stop Growing?

As young girls grow and develop, their bodies go through several changes and they slowly transition into a new, unknown world: womanhood. It takes time to adapt to a new body. It’s also normal to ask when girls stop growing.  Here’s…

7 Ways to Encourage Kindness in Kids

We all want our kids to grow up and become beautiful people, both inside and out. To achieve this, we should try to teach them values, encourage kindness and raise them in a loving environment. Setting a good example is…

Children’s Drawings and Their Meaning

Children’s drawings usually take place after 18 months of age, which is when they begin to doodle as a means of expression. Little ones have fun drawing lines that may appear to be random. For them, however, they represent works…

Types of Custody Arrangements for Separated Parents

In the following article, we’ll go over the different types of custody arrangements for separated parents. When parents separate or get divorced, this has an inevitable impact on their children. In order for this separation to have as little transcendence as…

Restless Leg Syndrome in Children

Have you ever heard of restless leg syndrome in children? If not, learn about it in today’s article. Historically, restless leg syndrome was an illness that was thought to only affect adults older than 45 years of age. The first case…

Cousins of the Same Age: A Very Special Relationship

It’s quite possible that your first family memories will involve cousins ​of the same age, who you’ve always had a special relationship with while growing up. It’s true that during your childhood you usually won’t spend as much time with your…

How to Raise Self-Sufficient Children

From a very young age, children can learn to face diverse situations. It’s great when kids are willing to take on and overcome obstacles, and also stick to their convictions. Knowing how to raise self-sufficient children is key to shaping the…