Watching any kid be a poor loser is embarrassing, but when the kid is yours, it's downright humiliating. So what do you do? What you need is a good makeover plan to rid your kid of this bad attitude, and that's where I can help.
I am convinced that the best way to build a relationship with a child is through the medium of play. A wonderful side effect of playing with kids is that playing is fun for adults too. it is an excuse to extend childhood!
"If you could only teach one idea to every kid you taught in your 29 years as a teacher, what would that idea be?" My answer has always been the same! That idea idea would be that "Happiness is an attitude of choice!"
Regardless of the challenges, it's a job that's easy to love! The benefits are out of this world! The hours are full of hugs and kisses and you see everything you put into it. When challenges turn into rewards right before your eyes you experience an overwhelming sense of relief.
I didn't know for sure that she had swallowed something, but from the way she was struggling I knew there was something massively wrong. Her eyes started going back in her head and she was going limp. I immediately said, "Let's go! We're going to the hospital now!"
Walking with your children and pushing the baby in the stroller -- it's a great way for you to get exercise and your toddlers to see the world. Here are tips from The City Parent Handbook to help keep everyone safe.
Dear Mr. Dad,
What should we do to childproof our house?
As parents, time is our most valuable resource, our most precious commodity. Most important, when it comes to your children, finding the time for them will not only benefit their development but, particularly for us fathers, can make all the difference about how we feel about what is of real value and meaning in life.
From the start, treat each of your children in a special way. With new additions to the family, continue to make your other children feel special and give them extra time and attention.
Touch is a language we can use to communicate to our infants. Numerous studies have found that when infants are able to be massaged for at least 15 minutes a day, they were more awake and active during the day, cried less, slept better and were more bonded with their parents.