It is important for you to eat a healthy diet while you are breastfeeding, but you don't have to be as vigilant as you were when you were pregnant. Breast milk can meet your baby's nutritional needs even when your diet is less than perfect, according to the BabyCenter website. You should strive to eat as healthy as possible, though, for your health and so that your body will … [Read more...] about Diet for Breastfeeding
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Whether as the room mom or the hapless volunteer, most moms of school-aged kids have at least one horror story. It’s easy to get caught in PTA politics and indulge petty differences. But wise moms know how to avoid the drama and encourage everyone to help out at school. Keep your cool and your place in the parent pecking order by following these simple guidelines as you … [Read more...] about Classroom Mom Horror Stories… And How To Avoid Them!
It takes little motivation to convince kids to play any game where any part of the title includes those two words “ice cream.” Kids can play ice cream games alone, in small groups, or as part of an ice cream theme party. For parties, games should be varied and introduced before kids settle down for an ice cream sundae or cone.Computer PossibilitiesA child with no … [Read more...] about Ice Cream Games for Kids
Children's immune systems must develop in order to be more effective at fighting off dangerous bacteria and viruses that cause infections and diseases. By understanding the various components of children's immune systems, parents and teachers can improve children's immunity.FunctionThe central function of children's immune systems is to differentiate between healthy, normal … [Read more...] about About Children’s Immune Systems
LIKE most parents, I had always looked forward to the day when my children would finally enter school. During those early years of infancy and toddlerhood, when mothering feels like such a full-time job, I would assure myself that I would have a glimpse of my old life back when my sons Jahan and Nirvan – now 5 and 2 – would be in school. And then we decided … [Read more...] about Why Homeschool?