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Motherhood is said to be the toughest job for which we receive the least training. We're compiling practical and expert advice and articles to help you deal with demanding situations, giving you the confidence and structure to enjoy life with your kids.



Travelling with kids
I still remember the look of the lady who was sitting next to me when I first entered the airplane with my 2 years old son on my way to New York, she was like OH nooo.. Thinking it would be 13 hours of a crying baby next to her…   Yes, I was extremely terrified to travel with ...

Stuttering
Stuttering is a communication disorder characterized by disruptions in the forward flow of speech (“speech disfluencies”), such as repetitions of parts of words, prolongations of sounds, or complete blockages of sound. Speech disfluencies may be accompanied by physical tension or stru...

Activities to encourage speech and language development
Birth to 2 Years Encourage your baby to make vowel-like and consonant-vowel sounds such as "ma," "da," and "ba." Reinforce attempts by maintaining eye contact, responding with speech, and imitating vocalizations using different patterns and emphasis. Fo...

Food Allergy VS. Food Intolerance
It’s pretty common for children to have a reaction to a certain food, but in most cases it's an intolerance rather than a true allergy. Why does it matter? Although they may have similar symptoms, a food allergy can be more serious. The following guidelines could help you determine whet...

Helping children regain their emotional safety after a tragedy
When tragedy strikes, the results are traumatic both for those directly affected and for the community of people who know them or identify with them. Although we cannot control the fact that a tragedy has taken place, adults can do a great deal to help children regain their emotional safety. ...



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