Virtually all of us were wounded as children, and if we don't heal those wounds, they prevent us from parenting our children optimally. But the good news is that being parents gives us an opportunity to heal ourselves.
Have you discovered that your child has been abused? It is an overwhelming time for you and your family. One step you may find helpful is to use this trauma as the impetus to create a very open, honest, and supportive family life. Here's how...
A five-month-old checks things out three ways. She explores it with her hands, feels it with her mouth and looks at it with her eyes. Your baby explores head to toe -- literally!
Your four-month-old has entered the interactive stage and interact she does with her whole body! What else will she accomplish this month?
Whether it's because your three-month-old is more organized or you're more comfortable with each other cues, parents often describe this month as easier and the baby as a delight!
Your two-month-old has adjusted to life outside the womb and is ready to take on the world! He hits a mobile and it moves. This month is all about empowerment. Your baby is discovering that he can make things happen!
Your baby spent the last weeks adapting. This month she is ready to interact, opening up -- her hands in greeting, her mouth in grins, her eyes to take in the world!
Are you interested in learning more about prenatal yoga and its benefits?
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Your newborn's finally arrived! What can you do to help him or her along the way? Find out what's going on and get helpful playtime tips.
It is a common issue...we want our kids to spend their non-school time wisely. Many parents turn to activities to keep their kids busy and may take on too much. They often live in their cars and have forgotten what their spouse looks like. Determine whether your family's schedule needs to be scaled back.