Parenting tips for Modern Parents

from a geek couple

Useful tips for traveling with kids

Baby or Toddler Take your stroller. You'll spend at least 2-3 hours at the airport. It'll be easier for you to check-in and pass security with your baby in a stroller. A carrier is also helpful. But it's unlikely that your child will be patient enough to spend a couple hours in a carrier. Also,…

Unplanned C-Section

You’ve spent the past handful of months planning for your baby’s birth day. You’ve read about the advantages of a natural delivery. Your pregnancy class recommended to avoid having a C-section because of 10-20 consequences for you and your baby. You’re also read to not take any pain medication nor to…

Traveling with kids & a camera: Colombia

Travel around the world is one of the most delicious pleasures and one of the most hard to accomplish at the same time. Money problems, visa limitations, health or security risks, not enough vacation time; Just imagine your perfect adventure and you’ll find all kind of disadvantages. However, once that you starts traveling, it…

Are you ready for a second child?

Your answer is NO. On Monday. By Thursday you’re leaning toward Yes but perhaps not until… Well, let's face it, there’ll never be a perfect time to make this decision. Life’s always full of surprises, with it’s fair share of ups and downs. If you wait for all the stars to…

Are you ready to be a Father, Again?

The work isn’t double. It’s exponential! Not the most encouraging words from a friend after having their second child. Especially when I had started getting used to the idea of being a family of 3. Three’s a good number I thought. The whole family fits on a single row of an airplane…

How to not raise a crybaby

Every child has their own way of reacting to the world around them. It’ll be largely due to their emotional levels and personality. For example, some children when first walking barefoot on sand may immediately start crying. Others while weirded out may continue wiggling their toes in this strange stuff. Some may even venture…