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6 Postpartum Tips For New Mommies

6 Postpartum Tips For New Mommies

Having a baby is a miracle. Yes, even for first-time moms, especially mothers who have been through the process before. And while the nine months of life-altering changes and preparations leading to labor can seem like a lifetime, planning ahead for what happens afterward may not be something you think about too much – if...

How To Build Your Children’s Self-Esteem

How To Build Your Children’s Self-Esteem

Raising children is no easy task, mainly because there is no parenting manual. As a parent, you strive to raise your kids the best way you know, hoping they turn out to be decent members of society. However, how you interact with your child at an early age will determine if they grow up confident...

Tips To Make Your Home Child-Friendly This Holiday Season

Tips To Make Your Home Child-Friendly This Holiday Season

With kids at home this holiday season, having your house nice and tidy is almost impossible. There’s always a crayon scribble on the wall you recently painted or an occasional plate of spilled food that presents the risk of slipping and falling for your child.   Consequently, it is crucial to keep your home safe for...

The Best Apps To Help New Moms

The Best Apps To Help New Moms

Expecting your first baby is both a magical and scary time, it’s natural to feel apprehensive about the unknown, but learning new things can put you at ease. These four apps can help new moms to learn and get organized. There are plenty of great resources out there to help you on your journey. 1...

Tips for Buying your Teen their Very First Car

Tips for Buying your Teen their Very First Car

Your son or your daughter may well have passed their driving test. This is great, but now you have an issue on your hands. They are desperate for their own set of wheels, and cars don’t come cheap. You will probably have to help them out financially and if this is the case then you...

How to Spend Your Pregnancy Leave

How to Spend Your Pregnancy Leave

The first few weeks following the birth of your child are important as it is a time for bonding and care. That is why some companies allow their employees to take up to six weeks off after childbirth without pay, while others offer twelve weeks of unpaid leave with their own separate paternity or maternity...

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