Salma Jafri

Salma Jafri is a work-at-home mom who manages a household, a business, and an energetic, willful toddler! She is a strong advocate of raising independent, confident, happy children who learn to deal with life’s tumbles and heights with grace and fortitude. In her professional life, she runs a small freelance writing and online business development firm, WordPL, and is a Contributing Writer for Suite101.

Salma Jafri is a work-at-home mom who manages a household, a business, and an energetic, willful toddler! She is a strong advocate of raising independent, confident, happy children who learn to deal with life’s tumbles and heights with grace and fortitude. In her professional life, she runs a small freelance writing and online business development firm, WordPL, and is a Contributing Writer for Suite101.

Fun and games with medicine is all good, but what can you do when a toddler may be too sick or disinterested for you to play games? What can you do to ensure the medicine gets swallowed? Here are some tips: Use a syringe if a spoon doesn't work or use a spoon for a ...

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Many parents feel concerned about the seemingly vast number of inoculations a child has to go through, especially in the first two years. It is natural for parents to feel concerned and wonder about the efficacy and need for all these injections. As your child's caregiver, you are perfectly within your rights to ask your ...

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A pregnant woman who suspects that she might have swine flu should call or see her doctor immediately. In fact, the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) even advises that pregnant women should call their doctor if they've been in close contact with anyone who has swine flu. Facts about Swine Flu in Pregnant ...

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Dealing with Separation Anxiety

Monday, November 2nd, 2009 by from Blogs
What is separation anxiety? Babies feel insecure when they cannot see and hear their parents or primary caregivers. Whether this absence is measured in minutes or days, it can lead to separation anxiety in babies and toddlers. Babies who feel anxious do so because of an underlying fear that their caregiver will not return ...

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