Shopping guide for children's sandals
Finally! The warm summer days seem to have arrived and are ready to settle down for the season. Goodbye boots, closed shoes and socks! It's time to free the toes and take out the sandals. Here are some essential points to consider when buying sandals for children.
June 8, 2020
My child is in-toeing
Have you noticed your child’s feet tend to point inwards when they are walking? Have you started worrying or wondering if this is normal? If you're thinking "But what causes this and what can I do to fix it?", keep reading!
February 17, 2020
Developing your child’s sense of humor
All your tickle-tickle and comic antics will soon pay off and develop your child's sense of humor. After all, laughter is the best medicine!
November 4, 2019
Getting dressed by themselves!
For a child to learn how to get dressed by themselves, they must develop a variety of skills in their early years. We describe the stages they go through at different ages so you know what to expect!
October 28, 2019
8 tips to stimulate your child's autonomy
Is Junior still clinging to you? He doesn’t dare anything unless you’re right by his side? Then it looks like he lacks audacity and confidence. Here are seven tips to help him develop his autonomy.
August 12, 2019
Baby talk: is it good or not?
As soon as baby arrives, we start changing the way we talk. Is it a good thing or a bad thing?
July 22, 2019
My child is always dirty!
His shirt is dirty. He has a runny nose. His hands are brown. His feet are covered with dirt. He is (almost) always dirty! What can I do?
June 17, 2019
Children and the concept of time
“Tomorrow”, “in a week”, “after sleep”, “in a month”, “wait a minute”, etc. All these notions are hard to understand for very young children! Motherforlife.com explains it all… in two minutes!
June 17, 2019
I don’t understand my child’s language
For many reasons, the language of a child is not always easy to understand. We often feel helpless about this. What should we do then?
June 17, 2019
Child development from birth to age 5
As a parent, you are proud of your child’s accomplishments, as if their overall success reflects your aptitudes as a parent.
March 18, 2019
Have you been noticing your child trip over their words? They seem to be getting stuck... why? How can we help? The causes of stuttering remain obscure but even though there is no cure, it can be controlled.
February 11, 2019
Charting a course for your growing baby’s development
Most babies have similar growth rates, but with the use of a growth chart, your pediatrician can track your child’s development more accurately.
September 5, 2017
Your baby’s first steps toward learning to speak
Your baby is born ready to learn language! His brain has special structures that enable him to learn about sounds, words and sentences when you speak to him.
November 17, 2014
Important developmental milestones in young children
Over the past few decades, several studies have shown that the way children are cared for as infants and toddlers influences the person they will become.
March 14, 2014
Is my baby developing normally?
My baby is small, he doesn’t eat yet, he doesn’t talk as much as the others, he has no teeth… Several mothers worry but should they?
October 24, 2012
Is your child left-handed or right-handed?
Wondering if your child is right or left-handed? The books are formal; a child does not acquire his lateralization before the age of 4 to 5 years old.
September 27, 2012
Talking to children
Here's how parents can encourage the development of their child’s language, make them want to communicate, and promote dialogue.
September 10, 2012
Baby discovers his sexuality
Soon after birth, the newborn experiments his sexuality! It is already present in utero and it keeps developing the whole life through, even though it is expressed differently according to your age.
July 20, 2011
First Steps Toward Reading and Writing
These fundamental skills are developed from early childhood. They play a role in how well your child will succeed in school.
July 10, 2011
Baby's learning how to speak
Cries and shrieks are the first signs that your baby wants to communicate. Newborns quickly understand that the sounds they make will cause a reaction from the people around them.
February 22, 2011