How to Emotionally Connect With Your Toddler

By superadmin on January 18, 2019 in Blog

It seems connecting with a toddler is impossible (and even if it’s your second or third child already). It’s like your child has his or her own world and he/she doesn’t let.

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How to Help Build Your Child’s Self Confidence

By superadmin on December 25, 2018 in Blog

Self-confidence is important not just in navigating social situations (facing other people) but also in learning new concepts and exploring new worlds. After all, if children don’t have a shred of self-confidence,.

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How to Get My Toddler to Eat Healthy

By superadmin on December 13, 2018 in Blog

At age 1 to 3 years old, young kids are starting to show their independence especially in what foods to eat. As a result, it becomes more challenging to encourage them to.

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Why Lifelong Health and Early Childhood are Inseparable

By superadmin on November 30, 2018 in Blog

Lifelong health and early childhood actually goes hand in hand in determining a person’s future. After all, there’s a better chance that a healthy child will end up as a healthy adult..

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What are the Effects of Stress on Early Childhood

By superadmin on November 14, 2018 in Blog

Experiencing manageable amounts of stress during early childhood (in the presence of supportive adults) is still necessary for kids to develop a healthy stress response system. However, it’s an entirely different case.

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When is the Right Time for Toilet Training?

By superadmin on October 30, 2018 in Blog

Around 2 or 3 years of age, most kids will be ready for toilet training. However, this should happen naturally. After all, kids need to go at their own pace. That’s why.

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