How To Choose From The Best Ride On Cars in 2019

When I was still a youngster, I always envied the fact that my parents had all the freedom in the world, buying whatever and whenever they wanted. One of the things I saw my parents had that I also wanted to have as a kid was a car. Now that I’m a parent, I know my child also has a similar desire.

The good news is we can now make our kids’ dreams come true and have them drive their car - at least the ride on version. In this post, we’ll give you some insider tips in choosing a ride on car that would best fit your child’s needs, and we’ll also give you a glimpse of the top models available in the market today.

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Do These 7 Things To Get Your 3-Year Old Potty Trained

There are many things parents can be anxious about and a 3 year old not potty trained yet is definitely one of them. I had a hard time with my boy. We bought him a potty with a frog design on it when he was about to turn three. A year and a single poop later, we decided just to give it away.

He’s five now and uses the toilet on his own. We also just laugh about that old potty seat nowadays, but I can still remember how my spouse and I would get frustrated because our child would simply sit on it and not actually use it. If you can relate to my story, I feel you, and that’s the reason for this post.

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When To Stop Swaddling Baby – These 3 Signs Will Tell You It’s Time

Swaddling is a century-old practice of wrapping infants in cloth such as blankets or shawls. Its primary purpose is not only to keep the newborn warm, but also to restrict movement of the limbs and keep the child calm as he sleeps.

Researchers presume that the earliest use of this method traces back to the Paleolithic period, with some of the earliest evidence in the form of votives being 4500 years old.

Perhaps the most well-known record of swaddling can be found in the New Testament where Mary is described as wrapping Jesus in swaddling clothes as she lays him down in a manger (Luke 2:6–2:7). While the practice fell out of fashion in the 17th century, it is once again emerging into popularity.

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How To Get Baby To Sleep In Bassinet And Not In Your Arms

You spend an hour or two putting your baby to sleep, but the moment you lay him down, he flips his eyes wide open, and then it’s back to square one. It’s one of the cycles I dreaded the first time we had a child, and I believe it’s one that many parents are also concerned about.

It would seem okay at first. After all, it’s your child, and he needs all the cuddling he could get. He had also been used to the rocking motion inside your womb, so he needs to adjust to the outside world the first two weeks of his life. It becomes a problem, though, if it had been months already, and your baby still would only sleep when held or rocked.

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What Are the Causes of Green Stool in Children?

It’s normal to keep track of your child’s bowel movements and to take note of changes to color, quantity, and texture. Most doctors advise it as a way to monitor the overall health of your child. However, discovering green stool in children can be a shock, especially if you’re a first-time parent. In this post, we will lay down the possible causes of green poop in children and help you decide whether it’s time to see the doctor or not.

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