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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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5 Parenting Tips That Encourage Positive Discipline

When it comes to disciplining children, moms and dads often look up to the best example in their book—their own parents. This is good since different parenting styles are passed down through the years, and—one way or the other—these have positive contributions to the way modern parents conduct their parenting. But in the middle of [read more]

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Positive Discipline: The Key to a Happier Parenting

Changing nappies, dealing with tantrums, and keeping toys left on the floor—these are just a few things that come to our mind when thinking about parenting. However, being a parent is more than just fulfilling the essential needs of the kids. It is an around-the-clock profession that requires satisfying the emotional, social, and physiological aspects of children. Raising a well-behaved and respectful kid has been a great challenge for 21st century parents.

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Modern Superheroes: The Essence of Motherhood

Motherhood is a subject that is both difficult and overwhelming to write about. The essence of being a mother is nearly endless, considering the multiple hats that she wears. The responsibilities of a mother include being a friend, disciplinarian, and teacher, are all rolled into one individual.

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