Category: Parenting Infographics
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.
There is no magic pill for getting pregnant, but there are certain things you and your spouse can do to boost your chances of getting pregnant. In this infographic, MomJunction provides 20 tips on how to improve your chances of getting pregnant.
Have you been planning on having a baby for a long time and are now waiting for that typical sign of a missed period to confirm the fact that you are pregnant? Here are the signs given that will occur on a missed period when you are a pregnant, all compiled by the folks at MomJunction.
If you’ve adopted from foster care or are thinking about it, you’re sure to hear some version of “Are You Crazy?!?” Oh sure, they may be too polite to actually utter the words, but you know that’s what they are thinking by the funny looks you get and the questions they ask. Without further adieu, the folks at creatingafamily.org bring you Creating a Family’s answer to “Are you crazy?” You might just be surprised that we agree.
Our foster care system could definitely be better than it currently is. Check out the following infographic from BestMSWPrograms.com to learn about how we should rethink the foster care system.
Toilet training, also termed “Potty training” is a source of contention for many parents. Whether it’s potty training boot camp, cloth diapers, or regular disposables-everyone has different views of what’s best. However, history shows us that our kids are potty training at a later age than ever. Early Childhood Education Degrees has created an infographic explaining some of the newest trends in potty training, and gives tips on early infant communication.
Shutterfly asked some of the top child photographers and photo bloggers for their best tips for taking photos of rambunctious, wiggly kids and produced this cute infographic.
Mums are amazing, so amazing that the folks at Lily O’Brien’s has put together this fantastic infographic that looks at just how fantastic mums are. As well as statistics from the UK, Ireland, and beyond, find out how much time our mums spend caring for us, the records they’ve broken, and the amazing feats they’ve achieved.
The development of a child’s mind is absolutely amazing during early years. In this infographic learn how a child begins developing from day one.
Every parent likes to document their childrens’ lives through photos. And with all the different apps out there it’s pretty easy to take quality pictures. Check out this infographic to learn how you can take the best pictures possible.