Friendships are one of the most important things there are. But it’s not really until now your kid will actually make friends. It takes time to get all the skills you need to be a friend.
This is the age when you can’t go out of the room without your baby getting worried. It’s time to start playing a lot of peek-a-boo.
Between 10 and 15 per cent of women suffer from postnatal depression in the first year after childbirth. It's an emotional state, where you feel sad and anxious and it affects all aspects of your life. But help is nearby; you just need to ask.
Fatigue, weight, joy - double it; you’re having twins! But not to worry. Odds are that you’re going to have two healthy babies.
There are certain things you always thought you'd know how to handle, like tantrums. But that was a long time ago - before you became the parent of a strong-willed one!
You need to be extra careful in the kitchen when cooking for babies and toddlers, as they're more sensitive than adults to things like bacteria that can upset their stomachs.
It's over. The birth is over. Your baby is lying in your arms and you're probably counting his or her fingers and toes, examining your precious bundle from head to toe. Congratulations, you're now a mother.
Does it feel like your baby has trouble settling down in the evening? Is he or she unhappy most of the time? Try taking things easy for a while and see if that helps.
Our skin protects us and produces vital vitamin D. So it's important to take care of it. Small babies' skin isn't fully developed, so needs extra care.
It's not hard to become the best birth coach ever. Start by reading this article and you're almost there.
It begins with small portions of puréed food. The next step is chewing on more solid food, until eventually, you and your child are eating the same food.
If you've spent the last six months drinking only milk, it's going to take a while to get used to chewing and appreciating new tastes. That's why we start with small tastes of food.