Now you've found out that you're going to be a mum, well, congratulations! And though many changes will surely occur to you, do not fret. Check out this video to see what those changes are but presented in a very light and heart-warming way.
Holidays are up and coming and we know how stressful it could get: It could create anxieties and conflicts almost for everyone, particularly, for single and divorced parents. The following suggestions may help you better manage and enjoy your holiday season.
1. Choose to spend time and to celebrate the holidays with people who lift your spirits. Spending time with people you dont't enjoy, out of a sense of obligation, will only bring discomfort to you and your children.
Your wife is about to give birth and you, as a new dad, cannot wait to witness the beauty of having a baby. Before you plan the things you will and want to do when the D-day comes, make sure that you have filed paternity leave accordingly. Here are things you need to know about paternity leave in Singapore:
Working fathers, including those who are self-employed, will be entitled to 1 week of Government-Paid Paternity Leave for all births provided they meet the following criteria:
Want to beautify and redecorate your home in fast and clever ways? If you're a fan of IKEA, no need to worry that the IKEA piece you buy won't match the theme you are aspiring for. Here are 10 easy and definitely awesome ways to transform your IKEA stuff:
1. Jazz up your Lack table with these brass corners:
2. Paint a Norden sideboard to look dip-dyed.
3. Gold spray paint comes to the rescue again if you own the Bygel utility cart.
4. Use a vintage belt to hang the Bondis wall clock.
5. These storage boxes look like you paid 10 times as
In Singapore, head injury is one of the most common injuries occurring in children. About 50% of children who seek treatment in the Children's Emergency for injuries sustained head injuries. More than 80% of head injuries in young children occur at home. Common situations include falls from being left unattended on an adult bed, falls from chairs and tables and falls related to the use of baby walkers and sarong cradles.
Most head injuries do not cause complications but sometimes children may have skull fractures and internal brain injuries which can potentially be serious. About 20% of the patients seen in the Children's Emergency for head injuries require treatment by specialists from the Paediatric
While you most likely enjoyed the nice break from your period, now that baby's out of your belly, your monthly visitor will soon be returning. Here's what you need to know.
One of the peculiar perks of pregnancy is nine-plus months of no menstrual period. But after your baby is born, it's just a matter of time before Aunt Flo pops in and says, "I'm baaaack!" If you're not breastfeeding, you'll likely begin menstruating between three and ten weeks
All around the globe, we see all faces of violence and how it affects everyone, especially children. They face an epidemic of violence and how they all live in danger day by day. Please watch this video and let us help spread the awareness campaign by UNICEF so they could help in protecting our children.
Are you always dreading the Halloween because you have never been ready for your kid's costume for the trick and treat that your child always end up missing it? Well, we feel you! Thinking of over-the-top and out of this world get-up can really be frustrating. But hey Mums, relax. Regardless whether your kid wins the Best in Costume trophy or not, what really matters is that s/he is given the chance to join and
Dr. Shefali Tsabary has a unique take on parenting -- revolutionary, many say. The clinical psychologist, author and mother believes that the traditional methods of parenting are broken and that the way to raise happier, more conscious children is through an approach she calls "conscious parenting." The idea behind conscious parenting, Dr. Shefali says, is not to strive for raising the perfect child or view children as the idealized version of ourselves, instead, Dr. Shefali urges parents to set aside their egos and
A significant number of women we interviewed for our book Love for Grown-Ups (a relationship guide we wrote for women who married over the age of 35) had major problems with their stepchildren. Sometimes, the difficulties seemed insurmountable.
Where does it start? Is it because we've been raised with the Wicked Stepmother syndrome? It doesn't matter what age the children are. Toddlers are pretty vocal when it comes to expressing their feelings, but may be easier to win over than resentful adult children. Some