Caring For Your Child Newsletter #14 – 27 May 2014

27 May 2014 – Vegetarian and Pregnant – Teenage Girls more prone to depression – Introducing your school going child to a new sibling – Create your baby’s schedule – Your Toddler’s Milestones – OLG set to Revolutionize Logistics Teaching in South Africa

Vegetarian and Pregnant

Whether you have been vegetarian for a while or have decide to follow the lifestyle more recently, you may be concerned about your child’s well-being. Your baby will need protein to be able to develop properly. The good news is that there are steps you can take to keep you and baby healthy.

Teenage Girls are more prone to Depression

New studies show that teenage girls are more prone to depression than boys. This is because their hormones affect blood flow to their brain. Find out more about the study here.

Introducing your school Age Child to a New Sibling

It’s not always easy to introduce your child to the idea of a new sibling. This can get more difficult as your child gets older, as they are used to all the attention from you and your partner. Here are some ways you can help them warm to the idea.

Create Your Baby’s Schedule

Both parents and baby will mostly likely struggle if they are not set in a routine. A routine will help you to get as much sleep as you need, and ensure that baby is looked after as well. Click here to find out more about creating baby’s schedule.

OLG set to Revolutionize Logistics Teaching in South Africa

Logistics teaching is about to undergo a face lift. This is all thanks to the new chairperson of ILSCM. Click here to find out more about how OLG aims to achieve this.

Your Toddler’s Milestones

Milestones are some of the greatest moments that you will share with your toddler. It’s great to see them developing and growing. Not every child reaches milestones at the same time, but it’s good to know what they should be doing when. Click here to see some milestones to look forward to.

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