Noticing your baby’s movements like punches or kicks since they are still in the womb is a wonderful feeling. However, alongside the jabs and kicks, you sometime may notice other movements like rhythmic twitching in one spot. Surely that your baby can not punch or kick that frequently. These movements may feel more like muscle spasms or other pulsing. But ...

The umbilical cords are truly the cords of life as they connect your baby to their life source. This cord helps your body provide all the necessary nutrients to your baby. Here are interesting facts about the umbilical cord that will surprise you. Stay tuned! The Umbilical Cord Comes From Your Baby When the egg is fertilized, it is divided ...

Teaching your children to learn math will bring very good benefits for them later. Math helps children reflect well with calculations and prepare them for schools. Learning math also helps your baby develop both the left and right side of their brain and forming logical thinking. However, buying a lot of math books or spreadsheets is not a great way ...

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common developmental disorder in young children and it is getting popular nowadays. This is a complex mental disorder characterized by haste, hyperactivity, and reduced attention. Research in 102 countries around the world shows that about 6.5% of children have this disorder. ADHD usually occurs early in a child's development. In most cases,  it ...

No doubt having a pet in your household will bring your family a lot of joy. No matter if you are playing with a pooch or petting a purring kitty, pets can have different advantages to their owner. However, you may be wondering if a pet is good for your children. In fact,  having pets can help children many skills ...

Even if they are not your first baby, you may be wondering if you have enough milk to feed your baby. When your baby becomes fussy or wants to nurse just an hour after eating, it’s natural to worry that you’re not producing enough milk. Various factors can cause a low milk supply during breastfeeding and they may affect your ...

During pregnancy, your baby will have everything they need when they are still in your belly. They will receive protection, food, oxygen, and warmth from your body. However, as they exit your body after labor, your baby will find themselves unable to access those essentials so easily. So, your baby needs a gentle transition when changing the environment from the ...