Helping Your Toddler Develop

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While your child will learn a lot of their fundamental skills when at school, there are also those that you can help develop from a young age. In doing so, you can give your child that much more of a head start, allowing them to further grow and learn

5 Items to Include in Your Will

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Taking those first few steps to considering your will are the most difficult. We are all keenly aware of what a will signifies, and it’s often one of the last areas of our lives we wish to confront – whether on a practical or emotional level. Unfortunately, those who

10 Gift Ideas for the Mother of a New-Born

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Childbirth can be a long and difficult process. New moms deserve all the care in the world after going through such a tough ordeal. They should be able to put up their feet and relax as much as they need to. Yet the reality is that this rarely happens.

6 Tips to Make Adult Diapers Less of a Taboo and More Comfortable

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As times have changed, the use of adult diapers has become more widely accepted. It is, however, still viewed as a taboo by certain groups and cultures across the globe. Some of the main conditions that results in the need for an adult diaper include urinary incontinence, mobility issues,

The Money-Smart Parent

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As a parent, you want to make sure that your finances stretch as much as possible, and that you also impart good money habits onto your children, no matter how large or small your monthly income is. By considering how much you earn, as well as your monthly costs,

Stuttering Treatment for Children: 4 Techniques Parents Can Use at Home

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Children may develop stuttering between the ages of two and five years. Stuttering is the interruption(s) in the natural flow of speech. It typically begins when a child is rapidly acquiring language skills like constructing longer sentences, learning bigger words, and using them in their speech. Not every child

What is co-parenting?

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It’s one of those things parents are proud to teach their kids, but mostly afraid to talk about. I remember our pediatrician telling us, “You can’t avoid it. Kids are going to figure out soon that you are not their ‘half-siblings’, but their ‘real’ parents. So take that out

Homeschooling Supplies: 8 Must-Haves For Your Homeschool Classroom

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a global impact on education. Many schools have closed down and turned to online learning to curb the spread of coronavirus. However, attending school via Zoom can take a toll on students. This has driven several parents to try out homeschooling. As a parent,

Favourite Pastimes for Retirees

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Everyone enjoys a good laugh, relaxing by the fireplace, or cuddling up with a good movie. These pastimes are part of the reason you retired. These are some of the favourite pastimes for retirees. Cuddling up with a good movie Your love for movies cannot be disputed. A movie

How to Find a Comfortable Sleeping Position for an Older Adult

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Improving sleep for an older adult helps a lot in reducing discomfort and pain. When they sleep well, you as the caregiver will not wake up frequently as it gets exhausting. Although there are many reasons why seniors wake up, the main one is when they experience chronic pain.