From the moment you find out that you’re actually pregnant, your entire life changes. There are suddenly so many things to do and buy, but you have no clue where or when to get started! This article will tell you exactly how to prepare for a baby.
You may hear the phrase “every child is different”. Being different is expected to a certain degree for infants, but there are times when you may question, “When does being different indicate special needs versus just being a late bloomer?”.
Your budding preschooler has been on a journey of discovery from birth, which may seem so insatiable at times. You’d like their creativity to continue to flourish as they develop and as their cognitive learning blossoms. You want a preschool that understands these needs and so much more.
World Autism Awareness Day is April 2nd. This is a very significant day for the many parents of autistic children and the children themselves. It is, however, difficult to immediately diagnose ASD because the signs, symptoms, and effects vary significantly from child to child.
The early stages of motherhood are prefaced with a single late period and then you quickly notice that you’re never on time for anything in life ever again! There is an endless list of things to do that can never get done amidst the unexpected, inexplicable tantrums, baby bum blowouts and bouts of illness from all ends of the body.
Try as we might, sometimes it’s impossible to really know what’s going on inside our toddler’s head. So, when a temper tantrum strikes, what do you do? Learn more about the reasons behind most of these outbursts and well as tactics to help you both you and your kiddo cope during these fits of rage.