Teething is a major milestone in your baby’s development. When the first teeth show up, it means that your baby is preparing to eat different kinds of meals instead of breast milk and formula. Moreover, the first tooth development will also greatly affect the physiology of your little ones. Therefore, you may want to know when babies start teething.  Don’t ...

Kids can get fussy or sobbing anytime and anywhere. If you are first-time parents, you may be surprised about the amount of time that you find your baby in tears. In fact, it’s a quite common practice among new parents. However, not all parents understand why their kids cry. There are several reasons that can make your baby burst into ...

Our kids will need plenty of sleep in order to develop strong and healthy. When they reach their school age, they may not need as much sleep as when they are babies, but their bodies still need plenty of rest. However, during this period, there are a lot of things that can draw your child’s attention and make them refuse ...

The bedtime story is one of those parenting traditions that endure over the years. Many of us have fond memories of sharing a bedtime book with our own parents, and now do the same with our children. In fact, new research from Uber shows that 70% of the parents these days value bedtime stories as an important part of their ...

Schools are where your children will learn and grow cognitively, develop social skills, and become independent individuals. However, in such crowded places like schools, it is easy for germs and different kinds of viruses to spread. As your baby immune system still not fully developed yet, you may find them sometime has a tendency to get sick quite often. If ...

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 ...

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 ...