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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.



My Little Sister..
On  the 16th of Dec 2010 , we were blessed with Sarah, my older son was three back then, he didn't know how to deal with the situation! Suddenly, someone came to take the spotlights and my moms attention is divided now, it was a really difficult situation for him! He was not crazy ...

Fever: A friend or Foe?
We naturally want to help our children, as loving parents, feel better when the inevitable fevers, flu’s, colds and various illnesses arise in childhood. Many will reach for popular over-the-counter remedies to suppress fever and alleviate symptoms in the belief that these products are reli...

GOOD-BYE PYRAMID …. HELLO MYPLATE
The Food Guide Pyramid was the model for healthy eating. Maybe you had to memorize its rainbow stripes in school. But the USDA, the agency in charge of nutrition, has switched to a new symbol: a colorful plate —called MyPlate — with some of the same messages: "Eat a variety of f...

Mommy I lost!!:(
The other day we went to a birthday party, my son loves the birthday parties but this one was different to him. He played the chairs game and he lost! He was very sad for losing and was bursting into tears on the way back that he decided not to go to any birthday party again… My react...

The Dangers and consequences of letting your Baby “Cry-it-out”
The "Cry it out" method has been around since at least the 1880s when the field of medicine was all stressed out about germs and transmitting infection and so took to the notion that babies should rarely be touched. Babies where considered “objects” and “dumb”, t...



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