Vaccination is the process of administering vaccines to assist the immune system to fight diseases. The immune system is our body’s greatest defender. Sometimes, the protection offered by it has to be enhanced. Vaccinations offer many needed layers of protection.
Has your child ever thrown tantrums when he notices that you’re about to leave? Is he close to tears when he sees you walking away? Does he become anxious or scared when you get up? Such behaviour is normal to an extent for young children especially because you are their primary or only support system.
Parenting can take a toll on anyone. Once you have a child, you have to adjust your life according to your little one’s needs and desires. By the end of the first month, parents become well acquainted with dark circles. It is exhausting to find out that your baby needs another diaper change when you finally sit down to relax your feet. Parents get little to no time for themselves, especially in the first few years. How much ever you love your little bundle of joy, you are prone to get frustrated at times.
Parenting is probably one of the world’s hardest tasks. Besides taking care of your child's basic needs such as food, shelter and education, you also have to think about their emotional and social needs. From the time of birth, children turn to their caregivers for affection. If you're the mother, then you're the first person they cling to – both for food and love.
The word cancer is enough to send a shiver up anyone’s spine. No one likes to hear that a loved one has been diagnosed with this illness. Unfortunately, this disease attacks people of all ages – from kids to adults. The mere thought of your child falling victim to it can be nerve-wrecking. Cancer can suck the life out of people. Parents whose kids have been diagnosed with it can have a million questions which only time will answer.
Emotional Development refers to a person’s ability to manage his emotions, interact with others effectively and to be empathetic towards others. Emotional development is a major part of development and growth. Every person in society, from birth to death experiences emotions which play an important role in their lives.
A parenting style is a result of interactions between parents and children. The primary focus here is on how parents respond to their child's needs, demands, requests, and other behaviours. Some parents may adopt a laid-back attitude with their kids whereas others may set clear cut rules with serious repercussions. Sometimes people in their attempt to be the "best friend parent" may grant their children all the freedom with no consequences.
Five years marks a big transformation in the lives of children. This is the age when they step out of home into another organized environment. A lot of learning takes place in the first few years as children begin to learn basic concepts and also take part in physical activities such as exercises and games.
At four years, your child is big enough to make some decisions like pick her clothes but still a little young to be going to school. They have just one more year of freedom left before you subject them to seventeen years of education. Parents usually begin preparing their kids for school during this period.
Three-year-olds can be vicious as they want to explore everything, and nothing is enough to satisfy their thirst. They're still tiny and have to hit some major milestones. They are also unstoppable which makes them prone to accidents. Let’s take a closer look at what they can and cannot do.