Tag: parents

  • COVID-19 Update: Growing up in a pandemic

    For working parents, the pandemic has shown just how difficult it can be to juggle between work and family. But have you ever stopped and asked your little ones how they are doing amidst the pandemic? The pandemic affects them just as much as it affects you. Read more to find out…

  • The other Illness that can be mistaken as Covid-19

    The other Illness that can be mistaken as Covid-19

    While the current health crisis and the upcoming recession seem to be of utmost concern, there is another flu-like illness we should be aware of. Since the beginning of 2020, more than 4,000 dengue cases have been reported. This figure is about twice as many within the same period a year ago and it is alarming.  Despite […]

  • Discovering The 5 Love Languages of Children

    Not sure how to love your children better? This may be your answer!

  • Diapers, Tips to choosing the right one

    Diapers, Tips to choosing the right one

    Have you stood in the diapers aisle in the supermarket and wonder which type of diaper should you get for your baby? A doubt every parent will face at some point. All sorts of questions will pop into your head. Which brand should I get? What size? Will it leak? Is the expensive one better […]

  • The Art of Raising Creative Children

    Everyone has a different idea of creativity. Some associate it solely with the arts, accessible only by those with innate talent. Others consider creativity to be a much broader concept – an approach to learning, a mental framework, a mindset. A mother of two boys (aged 8 and 10), Bernissa Chia had been a teacher […]

  • Causes of Food Allergies

    Introducing Solid Foods Too Early Babies have low quantities of slgA, making them more prone to allergic reactions. Hence, it is vital that you introduce food to your baby at age-appropriate times. Giving Your Baby Too Much of a Particular Food Overfeeding your baby a new food over a long period of time may cause […]

  • Food Allergies and the 4-Day Wait Rule

    An allergy is an abnormal reaction by the body’s immune system to some substance. An allergic reaction to food occurs when the body perceives an ingested food as a threat and overproduces antibodies to counteract it. A 4 to 7 Day Waiting Period after the Introduction of Each New Food When your baby eats a […]

  • Must-ask Questions When Deciding on A Parenting Style?

    You and your spouse were brought up in different households. This would naturally mean that both of you grew up with different beliefs and upbringing. As such, coming together to agree on a specific parenting style can prove to be an uphill task. However, this is a subject that you must broach sooner rather than […]

  • 4 Things to Note When Grandparents Take Care of Your Children

    Having grandparents mind your children while you and your spouse are at work can be a little tricky at times. On one hand, your parents think they know better when it comes to parenting (they brought you up after all). But on the other hand, times have changed and parenting styles cannot be more different […]

  • Tips to Helping Your Baby Develop in the First Year

    Whether you are a wide-eyed first-time parent or seasoned parent of four, watching your newborn develop from an infant to a toddler in the first year brings about immense gratification and joy. During this period, your child will chart many significant developmental milestones. And as parents, we will always be our baby’s greatest fans as […]