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4 Smart Ways To Make Your Kid Feel Special

4 Smart Ways To Make Your Kid Feel Special

In today’s busy life parents sometimes feel like they don’t give their children the attention they deserve. While you may feel that you need to buy them many toys or make grand gestures to let them know they are special, this is not what makes your child feel special. In fact, making your child feel special is more simple than you can imagine. Here are 4 things you should be doing with your child everyday to make them feel loved and special. 1. Ask Them About Their Day: Kids love to talk. You might not have all day, but setting aside time for each individual child to talk to you makes them feel loved and appreciated. Especially after they’ve been …

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Early Alarming Signs That Tells You Your Kid Has Turned into a Spoiled Brat

Early Alarming Signs That Tells You Your Kid Has Turned into a Spoiled Brat

Having spoiled kids is probably one of the nightmares that scare people off of having children. And it is one of the worst moments for parents to hear from others that their kids are “spoiled rotten” or that their kids are too spoiled that they’ll have a bad influence on others’ kids. This is why you need to recognize the early signs of your kids being spoiled or turning into spoiled brats. 1- Having a fit is very common and very often for them. This is actually how spoiled brats deal with others around them. They just yell and scream at the top of their lungs and everyone would bow to their will. 2- They don’t help with anything. They …

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kid having night terrors, and are they different from nightmares

Is your kid having night terrors, and are they different from nightmares?

Night terrors and nightmare are both sleep disturbances, and it can be confusing to tell the difference. Most parents comfort their children after having a nightmare, but when the child is likely inconsolable whatever you try, then he or she experienced night or sleep terrors because a night terror is far more dramatic than a nightmare; thus it is more alarming, however mostly it is not a cause for concern. During our night sleep, there are several stages and each has its own brain activity; most dreaming happens in the REM stage “rapid eye movement”, but night terrors happen in non REM stage. A night terror is technically more like a reaction of fear occurring during the transition from one …

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kid sleepwalking

Is your kid sleepwalking, and what do you know about it?

Do you notice your little one wandering in the house – in midnight – looking confused and dazed? This of course is something unnerving that your child is sleepwalking, but you do not have to worry because it is common in kids and it mostly disappears in teen age. As a matter of fact, sleepwalking is not just about walking in the house during sleep; it can involve wandering outside or doing inappropriate things like peeing in the closet, and no matter what they do, they will not remember their sleepwalking episodes. Actually, there are five stages of our night’s sleep 1, 2, 3, 4 and REM “rapid eye movement”; each cycle of these ranges from 90 to 100 minutes, …

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