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.
Potty training infuriates even the mellowest mom and most delighted dad – plainly put, it’s sort of crappy. This is where knowing a few potty training tips helps. These might not guarantee a diaper-free existence, but they’re a good start. Yep, urine luck when you try the following highly effective potty training tips from Parenting Passage.
It is vital to your teens well-being that they learn the most important aspects of an independent life before stepping into the unforgiving world. Finances, health, work ethic, social skills, and basic survival skills are the 5 pillars teens need to understand in order to succeed as adults. Parents can ensure their teen is ready for the “real world” by teaching them these basics of life.
Did you know that 1.7 million children live in a home with an unsecured weapon? Here is an infographic by NationalBiometric.org about the problem of gun safety as it relates to children in the US. It presents statistics and then a solution to help reduce or eliminate the problem.
No food in the car is a good rule for short drives. But for road trips that take more than 3-4 hours, it’s not going to work. This might sound like a compromise with your sanity, but it’s really not. There are many ways to get prepared for a longer trip so that you can still maintain a decent condition of your car. This infographic shows 18 different tricks for snaking, drinking and playing in the car.
Many of us find it difficult to communicate effectively with our teenagers. Avoid another confrontation and misunderstanding by practicing these simple tips to improve communication with your teen. By the end of this infographic, you’ll be able to connect with your teen, earn their trust, and become the parent you’ve always wanted to be.
‘You’d need eyes in the back of your head’ is a common refrain from parents of young children who realize that a moment’s carelessness could lead to an afternoon in the emergency room or worse. They know that the chances of their child coming to harm in the home are greater than any stranger danger they might encounter outside.
Since 1 in 4 women end up having their pregnancy labor induced medically, it can be tempting to look at natural alternative methods for inducing labor at home. This infographic separates the FACTS from FICTION and look at what methods may actually work.