Caring For Your Child Newsletter #21 – 2 September 2014

2 September 2014 – Family dinners are good for teen’s mental health – Feeding your newborn – Education spend is pointless without active citizenry – Growing in the garden with toddlers – Managing your tween’s attitude – Pregnancy and vitamins

Family dinners are good for a teen’s mental health

Studies have shown that eating as a family assists teens with their mental health issues. Cyber-bullying is one aspect that teens seem to cope with better because of this. Read more here.

Feeding your newborn

For a first-time parent, there can be many daunting tasks ahead. Even holding your baby properly may seem like a challenge. Here are some tips on how to feed your newborn so both you and baby feel secure.

Education spend is pointless without active citizenry

The education department is looking at how they can use their budgets to make a difference to our teaching systems. They believe they need more support from the citizens of SA. Read more here.

Growing in the garden with toddlers

Gardening is a great way to help your toddler explore their world, as well as to teach them about patience. Read more on how to encourage your child’s participation.

Managing your tween’s attitude

Being a tween is a stepping stone to being a teenager. The attitude and questioning often starts at this age. Read more to find out how you can manage your tween’s attitude.

Pregnancy and vitamins

Find out what vitamins to take while pregnant.

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