Transitioning your child back to their school sleep schedule is really not that difficult as long as you focus on the key word: transitioning. That doesn’t mean the day before school starts or even the weekend before. Transition means taking slow and steady steps. We will explain.
As kids head back to school it’s common for them to experience a range of emotions, including anxiety.
Parents play a crucial role in helping their children navigate these feelings and ensuring a smooth transition.
When your little one is not eating, feeling a bit feverish, and no amount of love and cuddling will calm him or her, you become worried. Knowing when to give your child medicine and when not to is essential before you do anything. Let’s explore in more detail giving your child medicine.
We are approaching the time when kids and parents start preparing for going back to school. As the time nears, there are numerous tips to prepare and get your kids off to a great start, including Central Florida Pediatric Associates back to school guide.
As adults we find it pretty difficult to talk about weight loss with a best friend or close relative. Should you say something to encourage them to drop a few pounds, or should you say nothing? How exactly can you help, or should you even try? Now imagine this is your own child. How to help your child on the topic of weight loss is like walking a tightrope, but we have a few tips to help you keep your balance when approaching this tricky subject.