How to Explain Valentine’s Day to a Child: Parenting Tips

We are soon approaching Valentine’s Day 2022 and you as a young mother might be thinking of ways how to explain Valentine’s Day to your child.  Are you terrified that your little ones will discover more about the day of love from their peers rather than you? Well, I’m in […]

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Timetable For Kids: Daily, Weekly and Monthly Planner Template | Free Printable

Daily schedule for kids. Printable timetable

Are you looking for a simple yet productive daily schedule for kids? You are at the right place. We have created a timetable template for you that can be easily filled up according to your child’s age and activity level. It is not only a daily planner, but has a […]

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10 Ways to Relax and Bond with your Child at Home

Being a mother of a young child under the current situation is no less than an essential service. In such situations relaxing and bonding with your child is important, especially when you are stuck at home. These days’ parents are mostly involved with WFH or household chores. As a result, kids are frustrated […]

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How to ace modern parenting and raise successful kids?

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Whether you are a modern parent or an old school parent, there’s one thing in common: every stage of parenting brings something new and different. Parents have to face diverse circumstances, consequences, and challenges while handling their kids, as parenting is not easy! On the other hand, we all want […]

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Science says yelling is as bad as hitting. What should parents do instead?

The natural response of a parent after a tiring day is yelling instead of talking. For parents, yelling at kids is the easy way to take control of the situation than responding calmly. Some of us label yelling as disciplining our children, whereas, yelling for some is a weapon to […]

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5 proven anger management skills for children aged 5 to 8

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Tantrums and meltdowns are common in children under the age of five. But there is less you could do as parents to teach your child anger management skills to allow them to take control of their emotions. It is only when your child turns 5, they start understanding the complex […]

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