Our brains have been so wired with gender stereotypes (e.g. boys are stubborn, rowdy and disorganized while girls are too sensitive, talkative and moody) and these biases dictate our perception as to which gender is harder or easier to raise. If we get rid of those stereotypes, we can realize that raising boys and girls are equally difficult - and just different.
If #momlife is synonymous to #momligpitkalat for you and it’s beginning to get on your nerves, then read on about the organizing method/book that’s making waves on Instagram and a number of #momlife /lives out there – the KonMari Method.
My daughter was a thumb sucker ever since she was a few weeks old – from the moment she discovered her fingers when I took off her mittens, her thumb, or basically any of her fingers (or even her whole fist!) became her next favorite aside from the breast.
Enjoy a stress-free flower girl or bearer stint with your child with these tips 😉
For those parents who are still in the process of selecting a school to enroll your child in, I would like to share some of the considerations we had back when we were searching for the right school for my child.
Each child has a different pace of growth and development. Some are faster to develop, but some may be a little late. However, it is important to detect if your child really has a developmental delay early on and intervene. What follows are important facts about Global Developmental Delay (GDD) and red flags that parents should be aware of.