5 True things about the first year of parenthood

5 True things about the first year of parenthood

if you are going to be a parent soon, know that it’s not going to be the same as it’s advertised in your social circles. There will be many things you hate and many things you like. So here are some true things about parenthood no one tells you about. Read more

5 common mistakes parents make regarding TV & their kids

5 common mistakes parents make regarding TV & their kids

Multiple studies on this matter suggest that kids who watch too much TV risk obesity due to the lack of healthy exercise. Kids watching TV late at night tend to have difficulties with schoolwork due to inadequate sleep. Also, most TV channels have a negative effect on children if they are left unsupervised. Read more

The Work Life Balance as a Parent

The Work Life Balance as a Parent

As a father, it’s very easy to get sucked into the old fashioned role of “provider”. Now, a good dad will always provide in certain ways, as children are not able to care for their own physical and emotional needs. But it’s easy for this role to hijack the life of the hardworking dad.

Read more

Benefits of Sending Your Child to Day Nursery

Benefits of Sending Your Child to Day Nursery

Sending your child to day nursery can be an essential first step to make them aware of the world. Children typically begin to go to day nursery at around four years of age, before which they are brought up within confined homes and around people they know, such as parents and other family members. Read more

5 Tips to Make Packing For Your Next Trip a Breeze

5 Tips to Make Packing For Your Next Trip a Breeze

Packing for a trip can be stressful. Between deciding what to bring and how to pack, it can all get a little overwhelming. Whether you’re packing for a family vacation or an important business trip, it’s important to know how to pack efficiently. If you have an important trip to pack for, then follow these simple packing hacks to help make packing a breeze. Read more