Now that you have finally survived long days of pregnancy, and painful childbirth, you are officially parents. You find out, your baby has already received the first dose of vaccine. Babies typically receive the first dose of the Hepatitis b vaccine at birth. Congratulation, you are now ready to experience your baby’s eventful first year. Be prepared to face the challenge of sleepless nights, diaper changing, and regulating feeding times.
So you have decided to raise a feminist in the house. Good for you! But, for something so crucial, the conditioning needs to be done right. Between the ages of 3 and 5, they can spot gender differences and form their own opinions, which can further shape their personalities. Hence, raising a feminist son or daughter, somebody who understands the importance of equality, should start young, even before they grasp their ABCD and numbers.
Actor-comedian Amy Schumer loves being a mother, even if parenting can be a little crazy at times. Over the weekend, the 38-year-old comedian posted a photo of herself and husband Chris Fischer, which was taken after the pair played "doubles volleyball" together
Casey Affleck had been working on a script about a parent and child for years. He’d written scenes about a bedtime story and an argument about taking a trip into town and things seemed to be going well.
Former first lady Michelle Obama is finally opening up about the time she spent in the White House. In the latest episode on American television host Conan O'Brien's podcast titled 'Conan O'Brien Needs a Friend,' Michelle shared anecdotes from eight long years she spent in the White House.
We teach children in ways adults feel are most effective. But would it not be more effective to build learning systems around how children learn naturally on their own? Should we teach children how they should learn, or should we be teaching them in ways they learn best?
The sad thing is that parents know what’s wrong with their child but instead of trying to correct it they themselves come up with excuses for their child’s behavior. What’s also unfortunate is that fact that they feel the need to explain every decision they take to their six- or seven-year-old kid.
Nobody said raising a child would be easy but, these days, parents claim that they find the task to be more challenging than ever before. Is it really that they get difficult to handle with each generation? Or have many parents’ simply missed a crucial memo?
Recently, while commuting in a fully packed public transport and a six-year-old wouldn’t stop crying. Apparently he didn’t want to sit on his mother’s lap. Despite his mother’s numerous attempts to pacify, distract as well as explain the predicament, the child just wouldn’t stop.