Social anxiety is incredibly common among teenagers in the United States. In 2015, the National Institute of Mental Health revealed that nearly 3 million teenagers aged 12 to 17 in the U.S
Summer is probably one of the favorite seasons for my baby and me. We don’t need to layer up. Our skin gets to actually breathe. But it wasn’t this way right from the beginning.
Just like a fever and cold, loose motions are a difficult phase for the mothers to handle.
Parenting special kids is a blessing in disguise. Even though at first you don’t want to believe that your little one has an issue. But autism, if detected early, (say around 18 months) can make a huge difference.
While many mothers know that fever is a positive natural response of the body to infection or illness, it does induce a heartbreak when their child is going through a physical uneasiness.
Mouth injuries are very common in infants, and toddlers learning to walk and maintain balance. Tongue cuts and bites are particularly common in preschoolers and kids running around.
It is such an indescribable feeling to hold your baby – to tend to him, care for him, cuddle him and just nurture him. In fact, as a new mom, I was massaging my son almost all the time.