Pregnancy is one of the blessings of life. The act of creating new life with someone you love is a beautiful thing. However, what this beautiful new creature does to your body is not such […]
Care during pregnancy involves right parental care so that you as well as your child is healthy. Parental care during pregnancy is very important from the beginning for the major reason that healthy mother is […]
Some of us remember the pain of being bullied at school. Bullying can range from name-calling and teasing to physical violence. Most children find themselves the victim of name-calling or teasing at some point, and this can be quite devastating.
Part of being a good parent is teaching your kids to be good people, and the best way to do this is be setting an example. When your kids see that you are doing the things that “good people” do, they will automatically catch on.
Exercise is vital to each person’s good health. We need exercise to keep our blood running easily through our arteries and veins, to keep our weight at healthy levels and to help keep our stress levels down.
There are very few of us who aren’t feeling the effects of gas prices that are rising ever higher, higher food prices and higher prices on just about everything else. Pair these with a slowing economy and we’re all looking for ways to cut corners and save some money.
Even Supermoms get stressed out. Kids are very demanding of a mother’s time and energy resources, and while children should be a high priority to every mom, stress sometimes results, and too much stress is harmful both mentally and physically.
It seems like kids take up all of your time, leaving you with very little in the way of time or energy for fixing yourself up and making sure you look your best. Don’t feel guilty, it happens to all moms.
Everything in life, every decision you make, everything you do is a trade off. You get something and you give something. This is just the way life is. The decision to become a stay at home mom is easy for some, and difficult for others.
With the advent of email, instant messaging, cell phones, blackberries, etc., we’ve become accustomed to always being available to anyone and everyone at all times. In many ways this is great, but when it’s time for you to spend family time with your children, or time for you to spend time relaxing by yourself, being hooked up, tuned in and turned on can be a liability.