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The world is a very different place right now, even from a child’s perspective. They can’t visit their friends, are learning from home, can’t go shopping with mommy and daddy, not going out to eat, and in most places, they must wear a mask outside. All this can be overwhelming, even more so if your child does not understand what is going on. Talking about COVID-19 with your children is very important, including explaining to your kids what the coronavirus is and its impact on things right now. Be age-appropriate Of course,
For many parents, sending their children to bed is a daily struggle. If kids had a fun-filled day, chances are they never want that day to end, so they put off bedtime as much as they can. The struggle continues the next morning when kids refuse to get up, no matter how hard you try. Irregular bedtime hours result in irregular sleep patterns, which interfere with both your and your child’s daily life. As hard as it may seem, helping your child build good sleeping habits is extremely important. Just
A cough can mean many things when it comes to your child’s health. A lot of clues will lie in the type of cough, severity, and any other symptoms your child is experiencing. Read on for some common causes of cough in children and when to seek help for a cough your child has! Cold The common cold is often the first thing that comes to parents’ minds when their child has a cough. A cough associated with the common cold can be either wet or dry. A wet cough is a