A Village to Raise a Child

A Guide to Choosing Toys

A Guide to Choosing Toys

To quote Jean Piaget, the developmental psychologist, “Play is the answer to the question, ‘How does anything new come about?” The things and events that intrigue babies are often unimaginable for our adult minds.

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Play- What to expect in the first year

Play- What to expect in the first year

“Play” is very serious work for the baby. The period between 0-2 years lays the foundation of a child’s first attempts at interacting with the world around him/her. Play offers tremendous opportunities for brain development, motor skills development, social and emotional development.

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Respecting Your Infants

Respecting Your Infants

This article is about trusting our newborns and respecting the capabilities they bring with them when they come into this world. It is noteworthy that one of the most important lessons in parenting is helping the infant develop a bond of trust with the mother/parents.

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Coping as a New Mother During a Pandemic

Coping as a New Mother During a Pandemic

The COVID-19 is a major public health challenge for the world. For parents of babies this is a particularly challenging time while they begin their new journey amid this pandemic.

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Kangaroo Care - A Skin to Skin Care

Kangaroo Care - A Skin to Skin Care

Kangaroo Care as the name suggests, is literally holding your naked baby close to you on your bare chest, to provide the essential skin-to-skin contact. This skin-to-skin contact is an easy and powerful routine care for babies to promote better development and well-being. Kangaroo care is widely used all over the world for low birth weight babies (those who weigh 2000 grams or less at birth) to improve their health.

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