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Little child’s sleep

Posted: August 9th, 2013 | Author: | Children

Infant sleep is very important for the right development. Theoretically baby sleeps about 16 hours a day with the majority sleeping at night and the rest is distributed for naps during the day. For a small nurseling there is no difference between night and day yet.

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How to prepare your apartment to be safe for the baby

Posted: August 9th, 2013 | Author: | Children

When in our houses lives a little man, we have to be prepared to change completely its design and functioning. As long as the baby is not yet crawling or walking everything our apartment can  be in the right order and designed according to our taste.

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Ginger child, is it a problem?

Posted: August 8th, 2013 | Author: | Children

As we look forward to the unborn child, we fully concern and wonder what will it be like. Surprises do happen, even in the form of reddish-colored hair children when we expect a blonde or brown haired boy. Many parents feel disappointed then and already presuppose how the life of this toddler would be, because of the color of its hair.


Who will my child become in the future?

Posted: August 8th, 2013 | Author: | Children

Every parent at the beginning of the way of life of his child  begins to think about and plan the future of his or her child, what will my child do in his or her life. Of course we want for our children the best so we would like our child to be a doctor, a lawyer or a top-class athlete. However, you should refrain yourself from planning the future of your child that way.

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Mom, Dad, I want a pet

Posted: August 8th, 2013 | Author: | Children

Sooner or later, there is a moment in the life of every family when child asks for a pet. It very often happens that the first impulse of every parent is to scream or rebuff, however, it is worth considering how much a good pet can bring to a child. Of course, the first and indisputable criterion is whether anyone in the family is allergic to animal fur, a child in particular.