Experience has taught us that actions by adults can be more effective than expecting kids to protect themselves from sexual abuse. Still, we know that children also need accurate, age-appropriate information about child sexual abuse and confidence that adults they know will support them.
Communicating with your baby’s other parent can help build your child’s self-esteem and decrease the stress in your family’s life. It’s important for the two of you to work together for your baby.
This article from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) outlines the impact of childhood obesity and ways parents can help children maintain a healthy weight.
We can better protect our children, particularly youngsters between the ages of one and four, by effectively childproofing our homes and the homes where our children spend time. Sadly, children between the ages of one and four are more likely to be killed by fire, burns, drowning, choking, poisoning, or falls than by any other means.