If you think your toddler is the only one who needs to establish a daily routine, think again. Your school-aged kids also need to have a daily schedule that can guide them on when and how things should be done.
Did you know that without complementary feeding, milk and formula alone are not enough to meet the nutritional needs of your 6 month old? Understand the importance of iron and zinc rich foods for babies.
Growing up with physically abusive parents means kids are more likely to have trouble at school, difficulties connecting with others, and a higher risk of developing health complications and diseases as adults.