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MummyandChild is a blog started by a mum to share her experiences and research on how she overcame her children's food intolerances and chemical sensitivities

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7 Ways to Improve your Child’s Self-Regulation

The original article was published on: https://mummyandchild.com/improve-self-regulation-in-child/   Self-control is a necessary skill we all must learn to successfully adapt to real-life situations, especially once we leave the comfort of home and find our places in society. The same is true for our children as well which is why as parents, we have a large role to play when it comes to coming up with self-regulation activities that will help them develop the discipline they need to adjust to li

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How to Raise a Grateful Child in 7 Easy Ways

The original article was published on: https://mummyandchild.com/tips-to-raise-grateful-kids/   Raising grateful children is a huge “feat” and it’s not as easy as it sounds but I am going to give you some helpful tips (backed by research) on how to raise a grateful child. While you may be thinking that teaching your 2-year-old to say ‘thank you’ after anything given to them, may instil a grateful disposition in them, it’s usually not that plain simple. Because you can indirectly be doing so many
 

Kids Positive Affirmations for Daily Use

The original article was published on: https://mummyandchil...tions-for-kids/     Kids, just like adults, need positive daily affirmations. When nurtured, positive thinking helps foster resilience in kids. It is a powerful coping tool. A child with a positive mindset learns to manage life’s inevitable disappointments such as failing a test, rejection from a school program or not making a sports team, better. Children need our guidance and help to harness a positive mindset. Encouraging daily pos

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Learn 5 Ways to Teach Your Child to Rise Fearlessly

The original article was posted on: https://mummyandchil...-rise-fearless/   Overtime, Research has proven that confident and fearless children do better than their less confident counterparts. A Fearless child is confident enough to maneuver challenges and pursue their dreams fearlessly. Parents can help their child to overcome the fear of defeat and teach them how to rise fearlessly while striving to attain their God-Given destiny.   Benefits of Raising a Fearless and Confident Child   There

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Positive Affirmations for Baby's First Year

The original article was published on: https://mummyandchil...baby-pregnancy/   Positive Affirmations are words or Statements that can help you challenge an overcome negative thought. When repeated often and believing in them you can make a positive change in yourself or people around you. The first year of a baby’s life is very challenging for parents as well as babies who are developing to achieve several milestones. It is a very stressful time therefore positive affirmations can have a huge e

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Tips to Raise a Strong and Resilient Child

The original post was published on: https://mummyandchil...resilient-kids/   The first time you look into the eyes of your newborn, you dream of a successful child. It is always the same for every parent. In order to make your child successful it is important to raise them to be strong-willed and resilient. The best gift you can ever give to your child is not in providing everything for them, but in raising a final product of resilience and fine adaptability. Why is being Strong-Willed and Res

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Histamine Intolerance

The article was originally published on my blog https://www.mummyandchild.com   Histamine Intolerance What is Histamine?   Histamine is an important bio-active chemical involved in your immune system, digestive system, and your central nervous system. Histamine is found in your mast cells (white blood cells). As a neurotransmitter, it communicates important messages from your body to your brain. It is also a component of stomach acid, which is what helps you break down food in your stomach

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