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    9 Incredible Habits for Raising Smart Kids

    As parents, we want the best for our kids. That best also involves them being kind and smart. We want them to be smart enough to achieve whatever they wish in their lives. This is our biggest dream, isn’t it? Raising smart kids those who are equally kind and genuine!! Can we accomplish it? Of course, we can! Sometimes, it really bothers me to see kids’ anger and frustration played out on TV and in movies like it’s the natural part of growing up. Although, this isn’t always true. Spreading the lie that all the kids have some sort of attitude problem is basically leading to all the troubles we…

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    Effective Tips To Reverse Defiance in Children

    Is your toddler being defiant and throwing those temper tantrums? There is something about your child looking straight into your eyes and saying, “No, I won’t do this,” “I hate you” or maybe “you can’t make me,” that challenges to your core. There are some things you can do to reverse this defiance in children. Then you are not alone.  Do you find it consistently difficult to make your toddler listen to you? Are you on the verge of losing your cool? If you really are nodding yes to all the questions above, then this post is for you. As a mom, you have a lot on your plate on…

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    Benefits of Babywearing for Mom and Baby

    Babywearing has been around for generations in many cultures, but it has only recently adopted across the world. These days’ babies are being carried in all sorts of carriers, slings, wraps, backpacks and so on. What we know about babywearing is that it keeps the baby attached to you. But there a lot of other benefits that babywearing can provide to both you and your child. So, in honor of all the baby wearers out there and others who are keen to know about babywearing, this article is for Mothers to learn about babywearing benefits for you and your newborn. I have personally shared my favorite reasons for babywearing here.…

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    How to Bridge Generation Gap As Parents

    ‘Ever remember the incident when your father tried to dictate your fashion sense, and you simply couldn’t resist rolling your eyes behind his back. Once the child enters into teens, there is a generation gap that occurs between you and your child. This is pretty much obvious but certain things trigger the generation gap while the other may help you to combat this gap effectively. So, if you’re parents who are suffering from such a gap or know others in such a situation, then this post is for you. WHAT IS A GENERATION GAP? By generation, it simply means human beings born and living at the same time. And the…

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    9 Best Books for Moms to Read

    After a hectic day of parenting, I like to relax when my kids are asleep to decompress myself. I understand the importance of Me-Time, though I don’t religiously do that as I am tired of daily chores that I love to simply doze off. But whenever I get time for myself I follow a good skincare regime and do some reading specifically books for moms to get information on all aspects of life as a mother. It’s a great way to relax and learn something new. It helps to wind down after a crazy day with kids. I was always passionate about reading books and they were a great source…

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    Fussy Baby? Here are Things You Can Try

    Probably the most commonly asked question of new parents is, “How do I calm a fussy baby?” When your baby isn’t consuming, sleeping or being fully endearing, chances are she’s crying. A huge component of baby care during the first years is comforting and keeping him safe as he grows and develops. If your newborn is a few weeks old, you can probably decipher some of her cries and you’re in search of what he needs. But if you are a brand new parent with a brand new baby, crying fits may be rattling your nerves. Don’t worry! We have all been here. Being a mommy of two, I had to…