Benefits of Enforcing Delayed Gratification with Your Child
Benefits of Enforcing Delayed Gratification with Your Child
  • Instant gratification can lead to addiction and depression over time.
  • Delayed gratification sets up your children for future success.
  • Children struggle with delaying gratification; parents need to teach them.
  • Encourage goal setting, patience, and good decision-making with your child.
Supporting Your Expectant Spouse
Supporting Your Expectant Spouse
  • Having a supportive partner can help reduce anxiety and depression levels in pregnant women.
  • Attending as many prenatal appointments as possible shows your spouse that you’re an equal partner in the pregnancy.
  • One of the most important ways to maintain a healthy relationship during pregnancy is by emphasizing and prioritizing open communication.
  • Every pregnancy is different, so it’s important to be flexible and adaptable in your approach to supporting your expecting partner.
Switching From Bottle to Sippy Cup
Switching From Bottle to Sippy Cup

Article at a Glance

  • The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends weaning your baby from the bottle before your baby is 18 months old.
  • The longer you wait to wean your baby from bottles, the harder it will be.
  • Using a bottle for too long can lead to dental problems and obesity.

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