We all know being a parent is a tough old job – juggling so many demands on time and priorities. Just working to pay the bills eats into the time we get with our children. Sadly parents are losing confidence at playing, the majority (76%) often feeling self conscious and inadequate. Nearly half of parents (49%) felt envious or inadequate in comparison to other parents. And 1/3 think parents in general have just forgotten how to play with their kids. Moms and dads are giving themselves a hard time over this.
Everyone knows that times are tough and it is becoming more expensive then ever for raising a family. Single parent households continue to rise due to financial instability, unplanned pregnancies, and divorces. Finding the right solutions to these issues is very challenging, but if we work together as a nation, they can be improved.
Parenting has been a frightening proposition since the beginning of time, but parents today are faced with challenges no generation has ever faced: raising children who have spent their entire lives immersed in the Internet and social media. Here Best Counseling Degrees takes a look at the threats and the safeguards that make a virtually impossible task manageable. The big bad Internet can be tamed, and your kids can be kept safe.
Do you love your dad? You really should, because whether you know it or not, the tender loving care you’ve had from dad has made you a better person! It’s no wonder we idolize our fathers when we’re kids. This infographic from CareTeen gives you some very hard hitting numbers on father involvement and how fathers help their children grow in a more positive way.
Deciding whether to go back to work after having a baby can be a difficult decision for mothers. Check out the infographic below presented by HumanResourcesMBA.net to learn about how women feel about going back to work after having a child.
Once your baby learns to crawl your home can become a dangerous place. Follow this infographic from MoneySupermarket to keep baby safe. Remember to baby-proof the outside of your home as well.
Do you think genetic engineering in humans is right or wrong? Either way, you have to admit that it is pretty interesting. Check out the infographic below presented by CheapNurseDegrees.com to learn about the science behind genetically engineered children.
Kids these days. They all seem to be nose deep in some iSomething. Check out the infographic below presented by Early Childhood Education Degrees to learn about how media and technology affects children.
In these days parents are under huge pressure in terms of kids’ safety. The point is that world goes online and children are involved in a lot of Web activities. That’s why providing major tips on how to behave online and offline is very important task for parents and teachers. This infographic from mSpy shows the main rules for kids to follow and will help them avoid danger.
PishPoshBaby has created the following infographic about baby safety, at home and elsewhere. Anyone who has a baby can learn many useful things from this guide to important baby safety information.
Is your precious baby rolling over already? Before you know it, she’ll be scooting herself around, pulling herself up on the furniture and then walking around the house. Here’s a baby proofing checklist from Baby Care Journals to make sure there are no hidden dangers.
At the moment, there are around 2 billion mothers in the world. On average, each mom has 2 babies. It is estimated that a middle-income mom may spend nearly $250,000 to raise a new child over the next 18 years. During the economic depression, mothers are willing to take a second job to make sure that their kids can go to the best schools.
Knowing whether you will be having a baby girl or a baby boy is really exciting. The following infographic from The PregnancyZone explores some old wife beliefs in this regards. Of course there is also those of the opinion that one should not try to predetermine the gender of the baby as it will let you enjoy the suspense and your labor also becomes easier and exciting.
WhatToExpect.com canvassed nearly 1,000 “What to Expect” moms about their sex lives during pregnancy. The following infographic reveals what they found.