Be the mother who is celebrated
Although many mothers view parenting as their normal role, but admit it Mum, you would not be happy if you were not shown appreciation as a parent once in a while.So do not feel shy when those bucketfuls of praise and thanks are poured your way this Mother’s Day.
I witnessed community parenting full gear
Recently, I sat close to a group of about five women and some children. I became fully attentive and watched them because of the youngest child in the group, a boy of about two years old, very active and energetic, he was playing and generally roughening up the scene.
Learning to let go of your child
That was a friend talking about her father. She was not angry, so it would be wrong to say that she was complaining. It was a statement made in a gentle disapproval of the father who she calls her friend.
I can’t stand my child’s friend
While some parents admit that they do not like the company their children keep, some keep their dislike private because they think that they could not choose whom their children play with.
Are Nigerians having fewer children?
When I heard a child’s cry recently, I was jolted. I was so surprised that I made enquiries as to where the child was. I wanted to know who the child was-I heard the cry for several days-it came.....
Co-parenting: How to speak in one voice
As i was discussing an article with my then Editor, he asked me, “is childcare not a woman’s job?”
Kidzone: Podcasts for kids
Fortunately for parents who, like me, are keen to get their kids off screen-based entertainment, there is a myriad of scintillating, accessible and, best of all, free material out there.
Babies should sleep in parents' room first year
To reduce the risk of sudden death, babies should sleep in the same room as their parents but in their own crib or bassinet for the first year of life, US doctors said Monday.