How about we start the week right with a Christmas family shoot to get into the holiday spirit? The Martinez family had a cheery and festive time bonding over this amazing Christmas themed setup, care of Party Mommas PH. Even their green and red outfits were in theme! So if you’re looking for some inso for your own family shoot this year, check this one out by scrolling down now!
With the holiday spirit in the air and family vacations being scheduled left and right, you might have thought of passing up on family bonding chances just because you’re pregnant, and think that traveling is a big no-no. While it sure ain’t easy traveling with a baby belly, but it’s definitely not impossible! So once you’re given a go-signal by your doctor, here are some tips you can keep in mind to make traveling with a bump, easy breezy.
“I close my eyes and I can see a world that’s waiting up for me…” Ever since the hit The Greatest Showman entered the movie scene, adults and kids the world over have been captivated by the movie, especially the soundtrack. We’ve been seeing carnival themed parties inspired by The Greatest Showman ever since, and I am loving it. Today I’ve got Amaris’ first birthday party from Ivy Tuason Photography, and you’ve got to see how everything turned out!
It’s perfectly normal for children to sometimes show signs of anxiety. Defined as a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease about something with an uncertain outcome, anxiety in most cases can come and go. As a matter of fact, different stages of development tend to bring with them different fears and worries for kids. Babies and toddlers for instance, may be afraid of loud noises, heights, strangers, and separation, while preschoolers can start to fear the dark or being on their own, school- age children on the other hand, might be anxious about social situations, tests, ghosts, or physical harm, etc. These emotions are normal and valid for your little human. As parents though, we know our children best. If your child is chronically distressed or nervous, then it’s best to seek professional advice. Otherwise, read on for seven ways you can help ease your child’s anxiety.