Category: Parenting Infographics
This infographic features beloved parental characters from TV, movies, and literature. Parents are bombarded with opinions on how to properly raise children which can come from books, experts, family, friends, teachers, and blogs. It can be overwhelming to decide what to believe. So why not “make believe”?
Parenting can be tricky business. Everyone knows it but no one truly knows how much until they become a parent themselves. One thing many parents struggle with is creating confident kids. A confident kid will grow up to have the greatest possible chance to have success in life.
Multiple births are more common today than ever before. Where are the most multiple births? Why are they here? In this infographic, have a look at the world of multiple births.
During pregnancy, the body will undergo many changes both physically and mentally. The physical changes cause muscle contractions and relaxation patterns of stomach & intestines which in turn causes nausea and vomiting. In this Mom Junction infographic, learn the specific causes and the remedies to curb vomiting during pregnancy.
Baby teething is another milestone in your baby which you eagerly wait for. Knowing the symptoms is important as a parent. Here is an infographic from Mom Junction that will help you to know the signs and the remedies to abate the severe symptoms.
If you are planning to conceive soon after a miscarriage, there are many facts related to pregnancy that you must keep in mind. Here Mom Junction has put together a few things that can help to answer your questions on pregnancy after miscarriage. These will help you to evaluate your readiness to conceive again.
If you think you’re falling short on breast milk supply, don’t worry- it’s not a serious issue. All it needs is the right approach, and very soon, you’ll be having enough supply of milk for your baby’s growth and development. Here Mom Junction has listed down some simple tips that will help increase breast milk naturally.
There’s a long discussion on the negative effects and risks of co sleeping. This often results to people forgetting how co sleeping can help a family, especially the mom and the baby. Here is an infographic from AfterSchool.ae on how co sleeping can help.
Cramping is an involuntary temporary strong muscle contraction that causes severe pain. These may last for a few seconds to minutes. Are cramps normal during pregnancy? Yes, however getting severe cramps could be a cause of some concern. Here are effective tips to prevent pains and cramps during pregnancy.
Infertility affects more people than you think. Take a look at the statistics in the following infographic from RMA of Texas and see just how prevalent infertility really is.
Is your baby getting wholesome food? Is he still hungry even after a feed? Seven-month-old babies require a solid feed that fills their stomach. This is the time when the baby starts developing his own personality. It is also a transitional age where they have some mobility, and hence a good diet is very important at this milestone.
Created by baby equipment vendor PishPoshBaby.com, this infographic explores 13 popular pregnancy myths and the facts and fallacies behind them, like eating spicy food or walking triggering pre-term labor, avoiding coffee or sushi. It is a great reference that dispels most of the false beliefs that make life uncomfortable for expectant mothers.
Did you know that 59% of Mothers in Europe say that the cost of childcare is the biggest barrier to quality childcare, followed by availability and accessibility? Or that Scandinavian countries lead the way across standards of excellence for childcare in Europe in contrast to Ireland, the most expensive European country for childcare, followed by the UK?
Getting pregnant is a delightful thing, one that can only be experienced first-hand! If you are one of those who are planning to add that cute little addition to the family, checking the status through a urine test may be a common option. Most women use home pregnancy test kits to do a urine test. This is a quick way to indicate whether you are pregnant.