Parenting Infographics

Why Does Your Baby Cry During Photoshoot?

Why Does Your Baby Cry During Photoshoot?

Newborn and baby photography requires a special touch; it’s not for every photographer. It is almost certain that the baby will cry at some point during the session, especially when we are trying for those cute and curvy-posed types of photos. However, staying calm and having patience is the best way to calm your baby. In this simple infographic, discover the reasons why your baby may cry during a photo-shoot.

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20 Tips for Moving With Kids

20 Tips for Moving With Kids

Because of the stress that can be experienced by children of parents during a move, the long process can take a heavy toll on the family. The less you have to worry about when it comes to moving, the less stressed you and your kids will be. Here is an infographic that address the concerns some people have when moving with kids or family.

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A Guide to Parental Ratings For All Types of Media

A Guide to Parental Ratings For All Types of Media

Children age 8 and younger spend an average of 2 and a half hours in front of a screen, so it is important that parents make informed choices on what their children are exposed to. This infographic helps parents choose media that is appropriate for their children to consume. It delves into the rating systems of movies, television, video games, comics, and music.

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What Are Newborn Stages is Newborn Photography Safe?

What Are Newborn Stages is Newborn Photography Safe?

The first years in a kid’s life are special and parents tend to cherish those the most. There are 4 baby stages and each one it has its characteristics. Regarding the question is newborn photography safe, there are many things which should be checked before doing the photo session. This question is one question that some photography clients sometimes ask and the answer is yes.

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Week by Week Guide to Twin Pregnancy

Week by Week Guide to Twin Pregnancy

If you are pregnant with twins, this infographic represents everything you need to know regarding your twin pregnancy. It includes the changes that your body will go through, the difference between carrying a singleton versus twin pregnancy, tips on how to manage your symptoms, and a week-by-week development of your twin blessings.

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Caring For Newborn Babies For Dummies

Caring For Newborn Babies For Dummies

Caring for your children is a long journey, from changing their diapers when they are newborns, sending them to school when they are adolescents, and looking for future security as they grow into adults. However, this doesn’t necessarily mean we can’t look at the lighter side on raising a child! Here is a humorous look at what I’d like to call ‘how to care for babies for dummies.’

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12 Signs That You Have an Overtired Baby

12 Signs That You Have an Overtired Baby

Have you ever come across parents that actually think taking care of a baby is an easy job? No one has it simple. And if you have an overtired baby, you might find it even more difficult to manage one. Curious about how you can solve your baby’s overtiredness? It’s a must to recognize the signals indicating he’s overtired as soon as it appear. In order to help you out, Nurture Parenting has created the following infographic that presents the 12 signs you have an overtired baby.

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Teen Sexting and Parenting Tips to Protect Your Child

Teen Sexting and Parenting Tips to Protect Your Child

Did you know that children as young as 10 years old are involved in sexting and that 54 percent of teens know peers who have sexted? Besides minors putting private pictures on permanent display, there are serious emotional, legal, and sometimes physical consequences of sexting. The following infographic presents the facts about teen sexting, the consequences, and helpful parenting tips for educating, preparing, and protecting children.

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30 Reasons Why Play is Important for Children With Disabilities

30 Reasons Why Play is Important for Children With Disabilities

Children of all abilities have a right to play, and that includes children with physical, developmental, learning, psychiatric, and neurological disabilities. To put it best, “Play matters because it creates an opportunity to bring out the best in every kid, and it’s an opportunity for kids to really see the best in themselves.” This infographic looks at 30 reasons why play is important for children with disabilities.

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What Makes A Good Nanny

What Makes A Good Nanny

If you are looking to hire a reliable nanny, you may have to do your homework when searching as the good ones are likely booked up. There are things to look out for and avoid when seeking to hire a nanny. Learn about what red flags to avoid and how to hire the perfect nanny before they are gone in this infographic.

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