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Tummy Time: Five Steps to Getting Your Baby Lying on His Tummy

Tummy time is important because it is a building block for the next fundamental movements of your baby, such as rolling over, sitting, crawling, and walking. Tummy time for babies is given more significance since the back-to-sleep movement in 1992.

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Effective Ways to Treat Postpartum Depression

Some degree of anxiety and moodiness are to be expected in new mothers. Postpartum blues usually starts after a few days from giving birth and often goes on for no longer than two weeks. But if you, or a love one, continue to be irritable for more than a couple of weeks, please read on.

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The Psychology on Different Parenting Styles

In early 1960s, psychologist Diana Baumrind led a research on one hundred preschool-age kids. After spending years doing parental interviews, conducting naturalistic observation, and experimenting with different research methods, she concluded that there are three different parenting styles that parents follow. In 1983, a couple of decades later after Baumrind’s research, Maccoby and Martin suggested adding a fourth parenting style.

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Father’s Day Activities that Are 100% Daddy-Centric

This Father’s Day, take the time to show dear dad how much you love him. You do not need expensive gifts to show how much you care. Together with their kids, moms can plan brilliant Father’s Day activities that dads will definitely enjoy.   Take him and the kids to an exciting Father’s Day outing. [read more]

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