Although the quest for independence is evident in your children’s day-to-day activities from birth, finding opportunities to enhance it even more is vital for their social and emotional growth. Opportunities like allowing your toddler to spoon-feed himself, or take his own diaper off, or just plainly letting him make his own snacks and pick out his clothes can truly go a long way.
From months of worrying about labor and delivery to months more spent adjusting to life with a newborn, there are plenty of challenges awaiting any new moms-to-be (or parents-to-be for that matter).Given that, it might seem hard for them to want anything at all — but fortunately, there are many great gifts out there just waiting to be given! Whether the expecting mama is high-maintenance or low-key (or anywhere in between!), our list has something on it that will suit her needs and tastes.
Exciting as it may seem, having a baby can be scary too especially if you don’t have enough resources. The stress that comes with it can be overwhelming when money is tight. Having said that, I listed a few things to do for when you are planning to have a baby on a budget.
Bringing a new life into this world is such a special experience. To celebrate, many people like to shower the new mother with gifts. That’s where these gift ideas for new moms come in!
Dreaming of the day when you can set a daily toddler schedule that helps everyone in your house function? That day is now and the time is right! There is no better time like the present to make up a set schedule for your toddler to follow. If you think that it’s just a pie in the sky, I can assure you that it’s not. Kids are a lot like adults in the way that they thrive and grow when some sort of structure is involved.