6 Photos Of Your Kid That You Shouldn’t Post On Facebook

by - Leave a Comment  | August 17, 2016

It’s normal for any parent to gush over their child and want to share the happiness on Facebook. In fact, in this day and age, it would be weird if a mom didn’t post the first picture of their baby right after giving birth! Later on, it seems like one of the protocols (not to […]

5 Easy Steps To Having Stress-Free Grocery Shopping With Your Kids

by - Leave a Comment  | August 15, 2016

Once you’ve become a parent, you would surely understand that grocery shopping and kids just don’t match well together. Sometimes, you just don’t want to bring them at all, but there are really cases when you need to. Kids can be hard to manage most especially inside a grocery store with all the goodies stacked […]

9 Things To Do When Your Child Sees You Having Sex (Part 2)

by - Leave a Comment  | August 12, 2016

(Read the first part of this article HERE.) When you’ve already had one child, making love with your partner at home will definitely be more difficult. Back when you were still trying to conceive a child, you’re free to do it anytime, anywhere at your house. But alas, your little one, no matter what age […]

9 Things To Do When Your Child Sees You Having Sex (Part 1)

by - Leave a Comment  | August 10, 2016

When you’ve already had one child, making love at home will definitely be more difficult. Back when you were still trying to conceive a child, you’re free to do it anytime, anywhere at your house. But alas, your little one, no matter what age he is, will be the biggest hindrance for you to create […]

5 Ways Parenting Is The Same For Every Child

by - Leave a Comment  | July 11, 2016

Children are different in so many ways. While there are definitely some characteristics that we can sometimes generalize–like talkative for little girls and rowdy for young boys–kids become different based on their needs and upbringing. But for us parents? If you think about it, we all go through basically the same hardships in raising children. […]

5 Ways You Are Secretly Becoming A Bad Parent

by - Leave a Comment  | July 6, 2016

As parents, we all think that we’re the best parents to our children. We all have our own ways and techniques on how to nurture, care, punish, and discipline our kids. Sometimes, however, there are ways that we are secretly becoming a bad parent and we aren’t even aware of these. Here’s your much-needed wake […]

4 Tips For A Happier Bedtime

by - Leave a Comment  | June 27, 2016

Every parent surely experienced episodes with their child wherein they ask for an extension of “just 10 more minutes” when their favorite TV shows are on, and surely every parent can’t resist the urge to allow them at one point or another. You turn off the television, bring out the jammies and whisk him upstairs. […]

5 Fun Ways To Help Kids Learn About Making Money

by - Leave a Comment  | June 24, 2016

One of the best ways that children learn about something is by experience. And the more fun it is, the more memorable it will be! While our kids are young, it’s always best to make good first impressions about what they’ll definitely be dealing with a lot when they’re older–like how money works. There are several easy […]

8 Mistakes To Avoid When Packing A Healthy Lunch For Your Kids (Part 2)

by - Leave a Comment  | June 22, 2016

(Go to the first part of this article HERE.) Believe it or not, children’s packed healthy lunches from home are usually higher in calories, fat and sugar than lunches served in schools. Many dietitians believe this is because many parents lack education in children’s nutrition and often resort to making what’s convenient instead. The problem […]

8 Mistakes To Avoid When Packing A Healthy Lunch For Your Kids (Part 1)

by - Leave a Comment  | June 20, 2016

Believe it or not, children’s packed healthy lunches from home are usually higher in calories, fat and sugar than lunches served in schools. Many dietitians believe this is because many parents lack education in children’s nutrition and often resort to making what’s convenient instead. The problem here is that fast and convenient sometimes means you could be sacrificing the balanced […]

10 Things You Shouldn’t Say To Your Children (Part 3)

by - Leave a Comment  | May 27, 2016

Day in day out, we, parents, try to inform our kids whether what they’ve done is either good or bad. Disciplining or appreciating what they have done, there are times where what we say seems innocent but actually causes a detrimental effect on their growing emotional and mental understanding. It will leave you questioning on […]

10 Things You Shouldn’t Say To Your Children (Part 2)

by - Leave a Comment  | May 25, 2016

Day in day out, we, parents, try to inform our kids whether what they’ve done is either good or bad. Disciplining or appreciating what they have done, there are times where what we say seems innocent but actually causes a detrimental effect on their growing emotional and mental understanding. It will leave you questioning on […]

10 Things You Shouldn’t Say To Your Children (Part 1)

by - Leave a Comment  | May 23, 2016

Day in day out, we parents try to inform our kids whether what they’ve done is either good or bad. Disciplining or appreciating what they have done, there are times where what we say seems innocent but actually causes a detrimental effect on their growing emotional and mental understanding. It will leave you questioning on […]

“Did You Know…?” The Crazy Truth About Having Toddlers

by - Leave a Comment  | May 20, 2016

Even with all the warnings about having a toddler, you can never understand the reality and hardships of having one until one actually comes along. No, it’s not just about the mind-blowing tantrums and the throwing up. Many don’t actually realize what they wouldbe in for. For instance… Did you know that a toddler would kick […]

4 Valuable Life Lessons Your Child Learns When He’s Hyperactive

by - Leave a Comment  | April 15, 2016

Children, especially young boys, are known for being restless and active. And when the going gets tough, the tough (meaning the children) get going while we wish we could have several 5 minute breaks during the day. It’s hard not to worry, especially when they’re more prone to getting hurt. Before you complain, perhaps you’d like to […]