Category: Relationship

Baby shoe size chart: simple and functional

What else could be happier than seeing your baby take his first step? As the child slowly walks towards you, you find that soft, comfortable shoes play an important role in protecting those sensitive feet from all kinds of dangers. You can find a wide range of cute shoes...

Faded: is the grass really greener?

He knew there would not be a month to go. In fact, it’s been several years in a row that every month someone wants to tell me about how the grass is greener on the other side. Only 4 days to spare in the month, and today the streak...

Spongebob: Party in a pineapple under the sea!

If your child is a SpongeBob fan (and who isn’t?), They’ll be amazed at the plethora of party ideas, crafts, games, gifts, and packages available online, at party supply stores, and department stores. You can even download free SpongeBob music online and burn CDs to play at the party,...

10 reasons teenage girls shouldn’t get pregnant

Teen pregnancy is a hot topic. For whatever reason, especially in the US, we don’t like to talk about sex or what could happen when you have it. For this reason, adolescents are misinformed about sex and its repercussions, such as an unwanted pregnancy. Perhaps if teens knew the...

Five dishes of traditional Peruvian food

Like many other cultures, Peruvian cuisine is a rich hodgepodge of influences, mainly combining Spanish cuisine with indigenous Peruvian ingredients and with the influx of immigrants the flavors of China, Italy, West Africa and Japan were introduced. For a quick sample of what this Latin American country offers at...

Emily Post’s Tips on Christening Etiquette and Silver Gift Giving

Emily Post (1873-1960) was the dean of etiquette advisers and in 1922 wrote tips on etiquette for christenings or baptisms. Some of the advice is true today, but changes in communication methods and modern lifestyles make some of the advice seem terribly outdated. I wonder what Ms. Post would...

What is the Lamaze class?

Chances are, when you hear the phrase “Lamaze Class,” your simple mind conjures up images of pregnant women sitting in a circle, breathing fast and pretending to push. Pop culture, television, and other forms of entertainment have done a great job of misrepresenting what the Lamaze class really is....

A closer look at the respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)

When they suffer from symptoms like fever, cough, and nasal congestion, many assume they are battling the flu. However, these could also be symptoms of a lesser known virus: RSV or respiratory syncytial virus. RSV, which causes infection of the lungs and airways, is one of the leading causes...

Teaching Tumbling to Tots

The methodology behind teaching preschool and school-age cartwheels is quite different. When working with children under the age of six and making them understand where to put their feet, where to place their hands, or where to look in the middle of a skill, you need to provide them...