It's one of the most recognizable expressions around: "An apple a day keeps the doctor away." But besides the fact that it rhymes, which makes it fun to say and easy to recall, does it really have any value? Could the common apple honestly help a person to maintain perfect health? For the full article,… Continue reading Will an apple a day keep the doctor away?
Even though colds and the flu share some of the same symptoms, the viruses that cause them are different. Generally, a child with the flu will appear to be much sicker than a child with a cold. Most kids get from 8 to 10 colds before their second birthday. This chart can help you tell… Continue reading Does My Child Have A Cold Or The Flu?
Is it just another rainy day or just a day off, the children are getting agitated, and you ran out of ideas for activities to keep them busy with? Well, you’ve certainly come to the right place. Here are 13 fun and simple activities to control that distress: Pencil-and-paper games: There are several quite simple… Continue reading 13 Fun Activities to Do With Your Kids
We do realize that our blog is called Mom Savy and our main target is to empower mothers all over; however, we have to give credit to all the super fathers out there! One really cool dad would be Sergei Urban, who has been inspiring parents across the world through @TheDadLab on various social platforms.… Continue reading Science Experiments
I have a few monsters under my bed, and as per my conversations with many female professionals, I’m far from being the only one, in spite of the "I’m a woman, and I fear nothing." almost binding trend. I've always worked with dedication and passion. For years. I did despite all the hardship, the war… Continue reading The Monsters Under My Bed
Feelings and emotions play a massive role in the life and development of our children from the moment they are born and all through their life. Unfortunately, this aspect has been ignored for too long especially in our part of the world. If a toddler throws a tantrum, it is directly associated with discipline. We… Continue reading How to develop Emotionally Intelligent Children
Human beings tend to fear the things they can't control. Parents are especially impacted by this, especially when it comes to their children. Alfred Sacchetti, an emergency room doctor in Camden, New Jersey, and spokesman for the American College of Emergency Physicians, says it's common for parents to worry more about their child being abducted… Continue reading Parental Fears
Quality time is crucial for the parent - child relationship and cannot be underestimated. It affects your kid’s self esteem, emotional stability, and character building. You should make sure you consider quality time with your children as a priority, otherwise they will feel neglected and frustrated. You might feel that you don’t have much time… Continue reading Quality Time with Your Children
Because I Said So! “Mom! Please let me stay up till 12 AM!”, “Is it ok if I skip my shower today?”, “Why are you shouting at me for hitting my brother?!”. There are thousands of other examples of children’s questions that range from being obviously unacceptable to needing consideration to give permission. A lot… Continue reading Negotiations with Preschoolers
As your child grows up, you start teaching him how to take care of himself gradually. It is crucial that your child becomes more and more responsible as he progresses. Here’s a very simple guide to the different chores you can give your child: At 3 years old, ask your children to: Gather up their… Continue reading Chores