Until very recently, walkers were common in all homes with young children, as they were thought to help children learn to walk faster. However, today we know that this is not the case and that they should only be used sparingly and occasionally. In fact, avoid its use, at least until the little one has learned to fend for himself.
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Diet during early childhood plays a fundamental role in child development and the prevention of multiple diseases, such as obesity, diabetes and dental caries. In addition, it lays the foundations for a child’s dietary patterns throughout his life as it influences the quality of his diet in adulthood, as revealed by a study conducted at the Nestle Research Center.
Christening continues to be a tradition in Spain, a ritual that has been maintained throughout different generations. In fact, even today between 60 and 65% of children go through the baptismal font. It is a very special ceremony for parents, and a luxurious occasion to reunite the family and close friends.
If you are a father or mother you will have attended children’s birthdays, some will be more austere and others more ostentatious, but all of them are intended to be special for children. Theme parties, children’s entertainers, fondant cakes, inflatable castles, helium balloons (the bigger the better), candy tables and even catering … everything is little to celebrate the little one’s birthday.
Nyctophobia or scotophobia are the names of the fear of the dark, of the night and dark rooms or spaces. At least 10% of the adult population fear the dark. Anxiety and irrational fear are generated by a distorted perception of the brain of the risks that are taken when we cannot see what is around us. In adults, it is considered a phobia and in children, it is part of the fears of the early years.