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We live in an age of instant everything, and it deprives us of a lot of mystery that was enjoyed in previous times. Take baby genders, for instance. In the days before ultrasounds, the gender was anybody’s guess, which made everything very mysterious. Check out the following tips or myths for guessing a baby’s gender.
Every first Saturday in April is National Love Our Children Day and the perfect time to celebrate great parents. Love Our Children Day is all about child abuse prevention. Every child deserves to be loved and raised with care, which is what great parents do. The following are some of the top attributes of the best parenting.

Approximately 1 in 8 babies spend time in a hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), mostly due to premature birth; in the U.S., 98% survive. Every parent’s prayer is for a healthy child from the moment of birth, but even full-term newborns sometimes need hospital care. The best thing to do is maintain a positive attitude and a sense of humor during the ordeal and look forward to the wonderful days ahead. The following are helpful tips for parents with babies in the NICU.


Safety is an important component of child-rearing at every stage of life, but the toddler stage is especially fraught with multiplied hazards. Being mobilized and independent on their own two legs, little ones can get into danger at the blink of an eye. Childproofing the home minimizes the risk, and a childproofing checklist is found here. It includes things like preventing cabinets containing chemicals from being opened by a child. The following are a few other things to keep in mind, for the protection of toddlers.
One of the best gifts parents can give their children, starting when they are babies, is read to them. It’s a sure-fire way to help get a new little human off on the right foot. For book lovers, reading to the baby isn’t even a question—it’s a given. The following are among the benefits of reading out loud to your baby and continuing all through childhood.
For many of the challenges that go along with parenting, we have technology that can help. It practically makes you feel pity for the parents of yesteryear, who had to go to stores to buy diapers, visit the local library to do research, and use recipes from whatever cookbooks were handy. It can raise your spirits when you pause to reflect on just how much we have to be thankful for, as tech-powered parents.