The first year of baby milestones is so exciting. By the end of the first year, parenting your infant will feel nothing like those first few weeks with a newborn. In the following infographic by BabyCare Mag, you’ll discover an overview of what to expect that first year. Keep in mind that all babies are different.
Balancing both work and family is very difficult task. In nearly 50% of two-parent households, both parents work full-time. 56% of working parents find balancing work and family difficult. What can be done to ensure you balance work and family to the best of your ability? Check out the following visual asset for some tips. It’s so important to stay organized.
Being a parent will change your life. If you’re thinking about adoption there are many things to consider and a process you need to go through legally. It can be daunting, but taking time out to assess all your options will benefit you as you contemplate taking the next step. This guide will show you where to begin and where you can go to get further help and information.
Raising a child is both exciting and terrifying. There are so many things to think about that you may never have considered before. Before you know it, your tiny baby is learning to crawl and there’s suddenly danger everywhere. Cue trying to change everything in your house to be childproof!
Potty training doesn’t need to be a drawn-out process that lasts as long as monsoon season (and feels as wet): it can be done in three days’ time. As you take the following steps put together by Parenting Passage, you just need patience, perseverance, and probably some carpet cleaner.
Are you thinking of hiring a new nanny? Here’s an infographic from Homework Solutions that includes everything you need to know about training your nanny and bringing her up to speed in no-time.
You might not be familiar with the term, but chances are either you or your friends are “guilty” of it. Sharenting refers to parents oversharing information and pictures of their children on social media. Sounds a little bit more familiar now, doesn’t it? In this infographic, Picky Basket looks at sharenting and parenting so you can see what kind of parent you are.
Do you know what your child is doing online? Do you monitor each step of the kid or let him surf the web at ease? Digital era for many parents opened a lot of new and creative ways to entertain, grow and educate the child. But it also brought with it dangers and risks. This Parent’s Guide to Internet Safety will help to understand what actually kids are doing online, what they publish and what dangers they meet.
Blind children are vulnerable to having their play restricted, but in many ways, they need it more than sighted children. It helps improve their curiosity and independence, as well as contributing to personality development. In this infographic from WoodenToyShop.co.uk, learn ways to do playtime with blind and visually impaired children.