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3 to 5 Years Continuing to Learn

Many parents wonder if it is time to start teaching their children the basics of reading and writing at this age. Some children who are ready to learn these basics will know some simple words. But there is no need to push your child. It is important…

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Good Habits for 2 to 3 years Toddler

Good Dental Habits Good dental habits are important, beginning as soon as your baby has teeth to brush. Nearly 60% of children get their first cavity by age 3. Many parents think this does not matter because children lose their baby teeth anyway. Dentists do not agree. …

Having a Healthy Baby

Your world changes forever the moment you find out you are having a baby. The future of another human being will be in your hands. Once the baby is born, you will be his guide and teacher. You will provide for his many needs. This may seem…

Learning and Reading of 2 to 3 Years

Learning Your child’s abilities with language have grown a great deal. Language consists of so much more than words. Your child can put words together in somewhat complex sentences now. Your child can even tell you about his feelings and ideas in sentences. It is very important…

Weight Gain During Pregnancy

How Much Weight You Should Gain During Pregnancy? Here are the answers: If you are normal weight before pregnancy, average weight gain may be 25 to 35 pounds (about 11 to 16 kg) during pregnancy. If you are overweight before pregnancy, your doctor may advise you to…

6 Months Milestones and Special Needs

As your watch your child start to grow, you will notice several changes begin to occur. It’s important to understand these are small milestones in a healthy baby’s growth process. This time between birth to six months old is such a wonderful time for you and your…

Breastfeeding Tips

Do NOT worry if breastfeeding is not easy at first. Give it a chance. Both you and your baby have to learn how to do it. It is easiest to nurse if you can do so in a comfortable position where you are as relaxed as possible….

Introducing Solid Foods

After turning six months old, your baby will be ready to try solid foods. Your doctor can help you decide when the time is right. Do not rush this too quickly. Your baby must be able to swallow the foods or he can easily choke. One sign…

Safety of 3 to 5 Years Children

It is wonderful to see the rapid progress your child has made since he first learned to walk. You will be surprised at how quickly he has changed. The overall coordination and balance he has developed is amazing. Look how he runs with long, confident strides. See…

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