Oh, the infographic. The kind of picture that really is worth a thousand words. And when the info is to help you as a parent, it's worth way more than words. Here's eight perfect infographics that can make your parenting job so much easier.
5 ways to deal with a crying baby
Here are some great tips for those of you in the early stages of parenting or who have recently added a new baby to your family. If your baby is crying, check these five things to help calm your child.
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Keeping track of baby habits
How much should your baby sleep? How much does she need to eat? What milestones should he be hitting? This handy list will get you through the first 12 months without having to constantly do an Internet search every time your baby gets a month older.
The science of raising happy kids
Here we have an infographic that gives statistics on what makes children happy and what you can do and have your children do in order to help them grow up happy.
How to raise a happy, successful, cooperative child while disciplining less in 5 simple steps.
If your child's behavior doesn't seem to be changing, even with disciplining, then maybe you need to try a new approach. This infographic can help in identifying your child's nature and disciplining according to that nature, which could save you a lot of frustration.
Parenting becomes easier (in some ways) as your children get older and can do things for themselves. Here's some tips on how to teach your children to be self-reliant so they don't continue relying on you for things they could do themselves.
9 work-life balance tips for busy parents
All parents are busy; it just comes with the territory. This helpful infographic gives 9 ideas for how busy parents can balance their work with their family life and find more time to do everything. And while it's aimed at working parents, many of these tips could save stay-at-home parents time as well.
Parenting in the digital age
Do you have a cell phone? If you answered yes (like the majority of modern parents would), here is some helpful information for making sure your phone makes you a better parent and not a distracted one.
Parenting in the social age
Another modern issue for parents is dealing with what your children are doing online. Social media may be completely confusing to you as a parent, but that's not going to stop your children from participating. Here's an infographic that can help you get started on what to know and how to help protect your children.