Whether you are just coming out of school or returning to studies after a break, you have to make the decision if you are going to undertake it as a full time or part time endeavor.
Many parents complain about sore bodies in the morning after having to share their bed with one, or sometimes more than one little person at night. Children have the ability, however small, to take over the whole bed – having both parents hanging to the side of the bed just to stay on. The most common strategy to conquer the bed is the horizontal approach to occupation. No wonder we are in pain when the sun finally rises.
Sleep is important to all creatures and all people of all ages. We need sleep to give our bodies much needed rest to prepare for the next day. When we sleep, our brains brain sorts and stores information, replaces chemicals, and solves problems. Without sleep we become cranky, clumsy and not very nice to be around.
You are tired after your first day visitors and settling in with bathing baby at home and the constant feeding and changing. Babies are hard work. Just as you finally put your head on your own pillow you hear a cry from babies room. This is the beginning of getting up – changing, feeding and settling baby, getting back into bed, just falling asleep, getting up, changing, feeding, settling baby, getting back into bed… You get the gist of this. It is one of the facts of life that most babies need feeds every three to four hours for at least the first two months of lives.
Single parenting is becoming very common not just because of divorce or death of a spouse, but more recently out of choice. Being part of a team of two, who try our utmost to raise our daughters, I find it difficult to even fathom how challenging it must be to do it all on your own.
Parents become extremely worried when a rash appears on their little one’s body. It is therefore important that parents can differentiate between the most common rashes and know when it is imperative to visit your doctor.
Rashes can often be attributed to an infection (viral or bacterial), a reaction to medicine taken or an allergic reaction.
The way children learn to spend money and how they perceive their parents’ spending abilities will influence their own future financial decisions.