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New Parents : He Looks Like a Pixie Is my baby ok (part 4) - The first 12 hours, step by step What to expect after the birth
You may feel incredibly protective toward your baby and overwhelmed by the immense responsibility of taking care of him. All of these feelings are normal and part of the huge adjustment you make after having a baby. Here is what to expect in the first 12 hours.
New Parents : He Looks Like a Pixie Is my baby ok (part 3) - Newborn tests and checks Top-to-toe examinations
Between 6 and 72 hours after the birth, your baby will receive a detailed examination from a doctor or pediatric nurse practitioner. The aim of this is to detect any abnormalities that may not have been picked up by the prenatal ultrasounds during pregnancy.
New Parents : He Looks Like a Pixie Is my baby ok (part 2) - The bonding process Getting to know your newborn baby
You may fall in love with your baby the moment you set eyes on him, or find that your emotions are initially mixed. Whichever your response, there are ways to help you and your baby “bond.”
New Parents : He Looks Like a Pixie Is my baby ok (part 1)
Many factors influence your baby's sleep pattern, such as the type of delivery you had; the gestation of your baby; his health at birth; and the method of feeding your baby, with bottle-fed babies tending to sleep for longer stretches.
Time Out for Us Nurturing relationships (part 2) - You and your partner Nurturing relationships after the birth
The arrival of a baby can put a strain on relationships, since a couple may shower attention on their baby, but neglect each other. It's important therefore to make time for each other.
Time Out for Us Nurturing relationships (part 1)
Having a baby and caring for her is a full-time job, which can mean that you probably don't have much time to spend on yourself. Many women struggle to find time to do their hair and even put on makeup in the first few weeks and months.
We are a Family Now Your new life together
The arrival of a baby inevitably brings with it a period when you, your partner, and other siblings need to adapt to a new family structure and learn to feel comfortable in your changing roles.
Dealing with Eldercare : Managing Medical Situations
Probably one of the most distinct aspects of eldercare is that you'll have to handle an increasing number of health-related situations. These events can be quite stressful, so you'll want to do everything you can to plan your schedule so that they go as smoothly as possible.
Dealing with Eldercare : Finding Time to Care for an Aging Relative
The fundamentals of scheduling remain the same in an eldercare situation as they are for any other aspect of your life. You'll want to take some time to assess the extent of the eldercare that's needed, creating to do lists, assigning frequencies and time frames to tasks, and then scheduling the items into your family's planner.
0-6 Months: Your New Baby and You - Breastfeeding Problems (part 2)
If your baby is latched on properly, she shouldn’t be able to gnaw or bite, but if she’s teething she may use your breasts for comfort. Remove her from your breast as soon as she’s finished feeding and try rubbing a cold, wet cloth on her gums, or offer her something else to chew on.
0-6 Months: Your New Baby and You - Breastfeeding Problems (part 1)
If your baby is growing and putting on weight normally, has at least six wet diapers a day, as well as regular bowel movements, is alert when she is awake, but also sleeps well, she is getting plenty of milk.
Your Toddler Month by Month : 12–18 Months - Your Baby’s Brain
All you need to do to help your child develop healthily is to listen, observe, and keep talking and responding positively to him. His brain is preprogrammed to do the rest, so there is no need to push or force development.
Your Toddler Month by Month : 12–18 Months - Walking and Talking
Babies develop the ability to understand single words in the first few months of life, but won’t be able to speak until thinking and reasoning skills have developed and the vocal system, including the vocal cords, have matured.
Balancing Life for the Adults : Making Sure You Don't Get Lost in the Kids
One way to ensure that you'll take time out from your family duties is for you to volunteer your time doing something you enjoy. By making a commitment to someone outside of your family, you'll create a sense of obligation that will cause you to be more diligent in following through.
Balancing Life for the Adults : Leading the Way for the Rest of the Family
You can't realistically expect the planner system you worked so hard to select and set up to work if you're sabotaging its cooperative nature by not using it yourself.
Preteens the Middle Years : Making the Transition Starting middle school
The choice to consider a private, magnet, or charter school can be stressful. Depending on who you talk to, you will probably hear mixed reviews of them all. Consider the following points but, above all else, try to keep in mind which school will best meet the needs of your child.
Teens Becoming an Adult : Moving on to Responsibility The world of work
Prompt your teenager to find out as much as she can about the company or college and the role before her interview. Asking to visit in advance and knowing the context of the work can shape her answers and impress the panel.
Your Toddler Month by Month : 12–18 Months - Your Toddler’s Development
The past 12 months will have been life changing and it is quite normal to feel a few pangs as you put away the baby clothes and start to look forward to your child’s next phase of development.
Your Toddler Month by Month : 12–18 Months - Your Amazing Toddler
Your baby’s horizons will suddenly expand as she learns how to walk and starts to view her environment from a whole new perspective
Teens Becoming an Adult : Sex, Drugs, Rock and Roll When to worry (part 2)
Most teenagers experiment with smoking, drinking alcohol, and sexual activity. Initially this is out of curiosity, because everyone else is doing it, and because it is pleasurable.
Teens Becoming an Adult : Sex, Drugs, Rock and Roll When to worry (part 1)
Many of the signs of drug use on their own may be perfectly innocent, typical adolescent characteristics, so go carefully and do not jump to conclusions.
0-6 Months: Your New Baby and You - A New Mom’s Diet (part 2)
Eating a combination of protein and whole grains at mealtimes is a good way to satisfy hunger pangs and boost energy levels.
0-6 Months: Your New Baby and You - A New Mom’s Diet (part 1)
As a new mom, you’ll need to make sure that you get plenty of fresh, wholesome food to keep your energy levels high. Eating well also helps to ensure that your breastfed baby will have a constant supply of good-quality milk to keep him healthy and satisfied.
Teens Becoming an Adult : Who Am I? Exploring values and identity
The physical, psychological, moral, and social developmental advances in teenagers allow and shape the mixture of personality characteristics, beliefs, and values that makes up identity.
Teens Becoming an Adult : When Should I Let Go? Your young adult, relationships
Good communication is the cornerstone of any strong relationship. As your teenager gets older and enjoys greater freedom and independence, you will come to rely on your communication skills all the more to help you stay in touch with her life.
Dealing with the Necessities of Life : Using Your Lists
Generally, you'll keep the checklists near your family's planner, although as your family becomes more accustomed to using the schedule, some members will take full responsibility for the location and use of their own checklists.
Dealing with the Necessities of Life : Increasing Your Productivity
Let's start with effectiveness. Are all of the things you think you need to do really necessary? If you can eliminate something from your list entirely, you'll never have to think about scheduling time to do it! You can remove things from your to do list in several ways.
Teens Becoming an Adult : She Won’t Eat All about eating disorders (part 2)
A UK study of 13 to 19-year-old females found that there was an incidence of 50 cases of anorexia per 100,000. Bulimia is thought to affect 0.5 percent to 1.0 percent of young women.
Teens Becoming an Adult : She Won’t Eat All about eating disorders (part 1)
Obesity is on the rise. Dieting increases binge eating, which leads to unstable eating and obesity. There may be complex causes of obesity, but in general they are fairly straightforward. For the most part, it is not that we eat more, but that we exercise less.
Teens Becoming an Adult : Highs and Lows Moods and melodrama (part 2)
Over the last 30 years we have seen increases in emotional and behavioral problems in young people. Support agencies report dramatic rises in self-harming behavior. In the 11-to-16-year-old age range, 13 percent of boys and 10 percent of girls have a mental disorder.
Teens Becoming an Adult : Highs and Lows Moods and melodrama (part 1)
My daughter is so impatient to be grown up she makes herself miserable. How can I help her to slow down?
You and your Child : The Importance of Play (part 2) - The stages of play
Responding to your child at her level is crucial. Babying a four-year-old will stop her from testing her capabilities and developing, while having expectations beyond your child’s years will set her up for early anxiety and the possibility of “performance failure” and disappointment.
You and your Child : The Importance of Play (part 1) - Where does play stop and learning begin?
Play is about much more than “pretending”; it is about exploring and learning new skills vital to physical and emotional health. Play teaches that communication can be fun and motivates children to learn to communicate in other ways, too.
0-6 Months: Your New Baby and You - The Art of Breastfeeding
Breastfed infants develop higher IQs and have improved brain and nervous system development—to the extent that breastfeeding is considered by many as the fourth trimester.
0-6 Months: Your New Baby and You - What you can Expect
Your new baby will gradually settle into a routine of feeding and sleeping, growing more alert and investigating her world as she stays awake for longer periods.
Teens Becoming an Adult : Testing Times? The pressure of final exams (part 2) - Coping with exam stress Top 10 tips
Excess stress will hinder study and exam performance, so try to help your teen plan sensible strategies. Ask if she wants your help and discuss what form this could take, for example quizzing her or just providing snacks.
Teens Becoming an Adult : Testing Times? The pressure of final exams (part 1)
Exam time can be a very stressful period for parents. It’s easy to put yourself in your teenager’s shoes and imagine yourself sitting at a desk, nervously waiting for the examiner to tell you to turn over your papers and begin.
You and your Child : Being a Child (part 4) - Areas of Development
Child development is a simple term that describes the extraordinary cognitive, motor, emotional, and psychological journeys that will impact on your toddler from head to toe.
You and your Child : Being a Child (part 3) - Avoiding labels
Every child is a unique mix of the traits, but there are three clusters of traits that the New York study (see Understanding your child’s temperament) showed were more common than others.
You and your Child : Being a Child (part 2) - Understanding your child’s temperament
Your child’s temperament is unique to him and needs to be recognized, respected, and nurtured as a central part of his developing personality.
You and your Child : Being a Child (part 1) - Child-centered parenting, Temperament and personality
Personality develops over many years, into our twenties and beyond, as we learn and respond initially to our parents and home environment, and later to broader social and life experiences.
Teens Becoming an Adult : Giving and Getting Respect Challenging behavior (part 3) - Tough times Helping with harmful situations
A small number of teenagers do go “off the rails” during adolescence and present you with exactly the situations you had always hoped to avoid.
Teens Becoming an Adult : Giving and Getting Respect Challenging behavior (part 2) - Building trust Teaching your adolescent
Your past experience of him, the fears or confidence you feel in yourself, and perhaps the successes and mistakes of your own adolescence will affect how much trust you place in your teenager.
Teens Becoming an Adult : Giving and Getting Respect Challenging behavior (part 1)
You cannot stop your teenager from rebelling. Her rejection of family values and standards is part of her exploration of her own identity, a way of giving herself a clean slate so she can fully explore what is important to her as an individual.
You and your Child : Being your Own Person (part 2)
One of the hardest aspects of adjusting to parenthood is self-management and the awareness that you need to remain a positive role model for your child. Easier said than done on occasion—especially when your toddler is pushing all your tolerance buttons to their absolute limit.
You and your Child : Being your Own Person (part 1)
There are few experiences more likely to make your heart melt than your cuddlesome toddler snuggling in for a bedtime story and telling you she loves you, or the sight of your otherwise “terrible” two-year-old lying asleep with the look of an angel.
You and your Child : Your Parenting Style
Most of the ways in which we care for and bring up our children are instinctive, but it is worth taking a step back sometimes to figure out what lies behind your actions and responses.
You and your Child : Being a Parent (part 3) - Your Premature Baby
If your baby was born prematurely, she may have spent time in a neonatal intensive care unit. Such a challenging start is bound to impact the early years of parenting, but it is important to try to come to terms with and handle your feelings.
You and your Child : Being a Parent (part 2)
The more children you have, the greater the scope for variation and unpredictability. Each child is an individual and will develop in a way that is uniquely different from her brothers, sisters, cousins, and friends—and you.
You and your Child : Being a Parent (part 1) - Reflecting on your experiences & How was your first year of parenting
Your young baby will have been completely, totally, and utterly dependent upon you for her every need. This may at times have felt overwhelming and frightening, as well as enjoyable.
 
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