While you would prefer it if your children behaved perfectly all the time, bad behavior as a child grows should be expected from time to time. Some behavioral problems, such as biting or temper tantrums, are usually simply a part of childhood, while other behavioral problems, such as excessive anger or hyperactivity may need special treatment.
With so much importance being placed on the act of breastfeeding, it is disheartening to find out that your child is not latching properly. You may feel like the only option is giving your child a bottle, but this may exacerbate the problem, resulting in a limited milk supply and early weaning of your child. Achieving a strong latch is pivotal to your future success with breastfeeding.
About half of all pregnant women experience at least a mild morning sickness during their pregnancies, according to the Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada. If you are one of these women, you know how debilitating the nausea and vomiting can be. Unfortunately, medications are seldom an option during these delicate months. Using home remedies to manage your morning sickness is likely your best bet to getting back to a normal life before the baby arrives.
Excitement and anticipation are normal feelings during pregnancy. So are feelings of stress, fear and anxiety. At times, all the physical ups and downs and the lifestyle changes to come can simply be overwhelming. There’s nothing abnormal about feeling anxious during pregnancy. The more you understand why you feel that anxiety, the better you can handle it.