When the pandemic hit in December 2019, most parents didn’t know the impact it would have on their family, job, relations, and children’s education.
Not been able to go out and spend time with friends and family is the hardest thing during this lockdown. Parents are struggling to keep up with the bills and ease the tension at home; kids are bored out of their minds. As they try to keep them connected to their school, friends, and other extra curriculum activities, it is essential to keep them connected to family too. Let them interact with grandpas and grandmas, uncles, and aunties and relatives.
There is no doubt that healthy food and nutrition are the foundation of living a fit and strong life for you and your baby, but for new moms, the emphasis is greater. Moms who are recovering from the stress of childbirth find it hard to keep up with their diet. It is essential to have enough energy to help your body to recover faster, provide milk for your baby, and be satisfied to take care of yourself and the baby.
Even in a situation where the older sibling knows mommy is bringing home a new baby, there is always the feeling of abandonment felt by the older child. As a mom, do not let your older one's attitude affect you, it is time for some one-on-one conversation.
Potty training is the easiest part of raising a child. Just order for a potty seat online and keep it where your kid can see it. Scratch that. Potty training is a whole mission on its own and just like every mission, you’re going to meet obstacles before proceeding to the next stage.
The Coronavirus is affecting life as we know it, but the true essence of Ramadan, which is to build a strong Taqwa with your God, will not change. In fact, experts think the lockdown will enable more Muslims to achieve more like reading the Quran and full repentance due to fewer distractions.
As Muslims around the world begin another obligatory tradition of fasting in the month of Ramadan, there are worries about how safe it is for them? Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam that every Muslim must partake in.
Sadly, we are at a point in our lives where going out in the sun is now a luxury we cannot afford. The sadder thing about the COVID-19 ravaging our planet is that we have kids who do not understand why mom suddenly does not want them to see Karen next door anymore.