When your kids’ organizational system consists of cramming every toy, book and article of clothing they own into the closet, a clutter avalanche is just waiting to happen. It may be easier and faster to take care of it yourself, but that doesn’t help your kids learn responsibility and gain organizational skills. And if you don’t teach them how to pick up after themselves, they’re not likely to do it. Help your kids take control of their stuff with this ….
When it’s time to brush their teeth and go to bed, many kids go into meltdown mode. They refuse to put on pajamas, plead for “just one more story” and get up at least 10 times after they’re put to bed. Sound familiar? If so, you’re not alone. According to the National Sleep Foundation, two-thirds of American children experience frequent sleep problems, including difficulty falling asleep, stalling for later bedtimes and resisting going to bed. But just because this is ….
If you have children who are toddlers, you should need more attention, especially objects that exist around them. Small children their age do not understand, whether he saw the object is edible or not. For young children, every item that he saw, would surely hold the food. In fact, it can be dangerous and not to eat. In Portland Oregon, for example, in cases of babies swallowing magnets that cause intestinal iron in the boy’s stomach cavity. Any small magnets ….
As children most of us had a bedtime routine. From the age of just a few months old we were generally bathed, dressed for bed and read to before we were tucked up with our favourite stuffed animal. Times haven’t changed much and many parents still follow the same routine, but these days we are reading and hearing more and more about children having behavioural problems because they either don’t get enough sleep or are reluctant to get to bed ….
For parents who have children under five, as much as possible keep your child from the glass windows of the house. Especially if the window can be easily reached by children. According to a national study in the United States, more than 5100 children in America had to be rushed to hospital after falling from a window. And a quarter of them experienced serious problems. “We continue to pay attention to this issue, especially in small , although in reality ….
Having a family pet is not likely to increase a child’s risk of developing pet allergies. In fact, new research suggests that early exposure to Fido and Fluffy may actually protect youngsters against developing such allergies later in life. According to the study report that was recently published in the journal Clinical & Experimental Allergy, exposure to pets during an infant’s first year of life appears to provide the greatest protection. Lead study author Ganesa Wegienka, Ph.D., of Henry Ford ….
Children who live with dogs and cats are less likely to develop allergies to those animals later in life, but only if the pet is under the same roof while the child is still an infant, a new study suggests. Compared to babies born into cat-free homes, those who grew up with cats were roughly half as likely to be allergic to them as teenagers, the study found. Growing up around a dog reduced the risk of dog allergies by ….
The children often become victims of smoke cigarettes smoked father or other family members. Recent large study showed that often exposed to cigarette smoke makes children more struggling with mental health problems. “These findings are increasingly urging parents to be able to stop smoking or at least smoke outside the home, for smoke cigarettes smoked did not have a negative impact on other people especially children,” explained lead researcher Mark Hamer of University College London, told Reuters on Thursday ( ….