Considerations for Children at Weddings

A wedding can be a very long occasion for children. However, if you take into consideration the points in this infographic from Entertainers Worldwide and follow the tips, even putting on some entertainment to keep the little ones occupied, you’ll find the kids have a wonderful, hassle free day.

How to Help Prevent Child Trafficking in Nepal and Beyond

The team at Next Generation Nepal believes the best way to combat child trafficking is to raise awareness of how it happens.  Simply volunteering in a children’s “orphanage” or “home” can help fund activities that tear children away from their real families and place them in situations that are abusive and dangerous. Many children in orphanages are in fact not orphans.

The Cost of Child Care in the United States

The cost of living in the United States is increasing, especially when it comes to child care. While the costs are widespread across the United States, it is becoming a big problem for many families. This infographic takes a look at the high child care costs that are plaguing the country, and just how many families can actually afford them.

Beginner’s Guide to Newborn Photography

Newborn photography is a great way for families to let everyone know that their little bundle of joy has arrived. And if you’re new to this type of photography, there are some important things you’ll have to take care of before you can begin doing shoots. This infographic from Adorama Camera serves as a beginner’s guide to newborn photography.

20 Amazing Facts About Being Pregnant

This infographic from Pregnancy Pillow Guide is aimed at expectant mothers and fathers and aims to showcase 20 amazingly wonderful facts about your body and baby whilst you are pregnant. Did you know that one in every 2000 babies is born with a tooth? Use this infographic to prepare for the changes to your body during pregnancy.

Birth Injuries And Your Baby

There are 6-8 birth injuries for every 1,000 babies born. When a birth injury causes a child to be born with a lifetime disability, many families face not only the emotional devastation of their child’s suffering, but the overwhelming medical and therapeutic expenses required just to provide their child with a future.