Archive for June, 2007

Exercise Can Make You Feel Better During Pregnancy

When you are pregnant, everything that you do affects your baby. It is important to make healthy choices for you and your little one. Exercise is one healthy choice that can give you more energy during pregnancy. You will feel better and avoid extra weight gain. It can also help you to gain strength and stamina for your upcoming delivery.

Find this complete article and more answers to pregnancy questions at

By: Megan C. Wallgren

Add comment June 26th, 2007

Preparing Your Child to Play Football

Preparing your child to play football can pay big dividends in the long run. Football is a rough and tumble sport in which children, if not properly supervised, trained, and equipped, can sustain serious injury. The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons has classified football as one of the four top activities among children most likely to cause injury. Because it is a contact sport, football, (not including flag football) is not recommended for very young children. Older children between the ages of 8 and 14 who express an interest in the sport will more likely enjoy a football experience. A smart parent can begin at home by physically preparing a child to play football.

For our full article on preparing your child to play football, more youth sports and great parenting tips go to our Child N Parent website.
By: Debby Hoffer

2 comments June 21st, 2007

Get picky eaters to clean their plates

Just about every child goes through the picky eater stage. Toddlers especially can frustrate parents by limiting their diet to one or two favorite foods. A child’s aversion to some foods and a parent’s desire to keep their child healthy can turn the dinner table into a battle zone.
Read this complete article and get your picky eaters to clean their plates.
Your resource for great parenting tips at childnparent.

By: Megan C. Wallgren

2 comments June 16th, 2007

Mapping Out a Plan to Handle Morning Sickness

Mapping out a plan for handling morning sickness is crucial to a pregnant Mom’s survival. After all, a busy mom has only so much time, and if a good chunk of that time is spent caressing the porcelain bowl, it can be very inconvenient. Morning sickness often happens in the morning when a pregnant woman’s blood sugar is at a low level due to not eating during the night. Hence the name, morning sickness.

Map out your plan to handle morning sickness with the help of this great article.

Your resource for pregnancy questions at childnprent.

By: Debby Hoffer

Add comment June 4th, 2007


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