The Benefits of Breatsfeeding

The Benefits of Breatsfeeding
Experts around the world unanimously recognize the importance of breastfeeding. The World Health Organization recommends that a child should be exclusively breastfed for the first six months of life, and then continue to be breastfed in addition to solid foods until at least two years of age. Read more >>

Egg Substitute in Recipes for Kids with Egg Allergies

Egg Substitute in Recipes for Kids with Egg Allergies
Egg allergies are more common in babies which mostly fade away after sometime on their own. It is better to introduce the eggs in babies after age of at least 9 months and that too try to include only egg yolk as egg whites contain proteins that can lead to egg allergies. If your baby is allergic to eggs or you want a substitute for your recipes then following is the general list of ingredient which can replace egg and act like binding agent for your dishes. Read more >>

7 Reasons for Baby Offensive Behavior

7 Reasons for Baby Offensive Behavior
The child is not so afraid of serious difficulties, when in his family he can find protection from the outside world, satisfy the need for affection, love and care. The more terrible and hurtful for him the situation when the offenders are the same adults, on whose support he used to count. Read more >>

8 Ways To Share Happiness With Others

8 Ways To Share Happiness With Others
Life is hard - even if you have a good life, it takes effort to stay afloat: learn something, win student debates, get promotions, raise children, help them with a good education and vacations, even take care of a roof over your head and a comfortable home. Everyone is fighting for it, just like you, so why not dilute this world with a drop of happiness. Read more >>

30 Play Ideas To Engage Your Toddler

30 Play Ideas To Engage Your Toddler
Entertaining your toddler sometimes become really difficult and you cannot think of how to engage them where both you and your child feel good and spend some time together. Also when you are working around and you think your child is becoming irritating and fussy, he might need your attention and want you to play with him. Read more >>