In this picture… representing the kids: ” Lizandro Nicholas,” my nephew is smiling and happy baby in the picture.
KIDS: are always the priority in our families and community that is why they’re safety, and environment ; all contribuite to their well being .
When we are talking about healthy child: “nutrition is the key”.
We want to see happy, healthy, smart, busy playing child so let’s take good care of our children; choosing the best for their need.
Nutrition for our kids
Kids LOVE to eat delicious meals! when they smell something good in the kichen they just come and said: what is for dinner mom? They love to eat mommy’s food! and mommy knows what is good for then.
Why did “Healthy Eating for Kids” make such a big difference in Jennifer’s life, where other attempts to improve her eating habits failed? The secret is that Healthy Eating concentrates on creating meals that are not only nutritious, but which appeal to a child’s palate and sense of fun at the same time. In this book, you’ll find food ideas that are:
- Unique and creative
- Have fun names to appeal to your child’s imagination
- Come in bright, attractive colors and interesting shapes or designs
- Have kid-friendly textures – crisp vegetables, crunchy snacks, succulent desserts
- Make your child’s favorite meals healthy, with ideas like Peanut Butter and Apple Wraps, BLT Zucchini Boats, and Sneaky Spaghetti Sauc Look for healthy recipes that are quick & easy to prepare and your kids will love to eat!!! Click here: for great recipes.
Is very important part of their great health too.
“Low self-esteem” has its origins when we are young, typically before the age of six. It begins with someone saying or doing something that causes a child to get the idea that he or she is unlovable, unworthy, imperfect, flawed, or defective in some significant way”. From Dr. Joe Rubino, one of the world’s foremost experts on self – esteem elevation.Become a self- esteem coach for your children and or your community,
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Keeping children healthy
Most all the time we want to see our kids healthy, plying, smiling, running, but the get sick sometimes other more often and when your child says, “I don’t feel well!” what do you do? you put your hand on his forehead trying to test fever… as you ask: are you sure? having a sick child never easy.
The common are: Fever, strep throat, vomiting and/or diarrea, chicken pox, eye infections, skin infections, parasitic infections such as lices or scabies.
Preventing or minimizing illnesses – it can be done
Childhood inmunizations can prevent many diseases, such as measles, mumps,and chicken pox. Many illnesses can be prevented through proper hygiene.
Let’s take care of our children because they are the most beautiful treasure in our lives!