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Oct 16 2021
by Ella |
Comments Off on Getting a Pet For Kids

With all the options available to kids today, getting a pet for kids is becoming easier. A number of options are available in the form of cat and dog breeding, raising a rabbit, exotic pets, and many other options as well. Pets are an important part of any household and it is important that kids know how to look after a pet properly. Some of the factors to consider before getting a pet for kids includes knowing your child s current health conditions, understanding the pet’s...

Sep 03 2021
by Ella |
Comments Off on The Four-Dimensional Model of Parenting

The parenting or child rearing involves the special responsibilities that parents bear with their children. It entails providing love, security, and caring to your children. A mother is said to be the mother of a family when she is responsible in the raising of her children. The mother plays an important role in her child’s life from conception to adolescence. Parents are the protectors and providers of their children. They are the mentors of their wards and provide them...

Jul 30 2021
by Ella |
Comments Off on Tips to Spend Quality Time With Your Kids

Family time is a very important factor which helps to build strong relationships, love, bonds, and belonging among all the family members equally. Spending quality time together with family does certainly help in dealing with challenges, instil a sense of security, instil family values, and more importantly fill children with fun, confidence. So, parents are advised to spend quality time together with their kids, even if they are alone. However, there are a number of...

Jan 31 2021
by Ella |
Comments Off on Parenting Styles – An Overview

Parenting styles are a broad classification of techniques used by parents to deal with their children. A broad range of parenting styles have been identified and although there is some controversy regarding their validity, there is no doubt that there exists a significant number of them. Some of these styles may be referred to as behavioral styles, whereas others may be described as individualistic or eclectic. One of the most widely used parenting styles is the authoritarian...

Jan 24 2021
by Ella |
Comments Off on Parenting Tips – 10 Parenting Tips For Getting The Most From Your Kids

Toddlers are notorious for tantrums and similar behavior problems. In order to encourage cooperation and listening, follow the following parenting tips for toddlers. Make sure you outnumber any consequences or rewards with your own actions. Softly touch, hugs and light-heartedly roughhousing all encourage your kid of your love. Use positive reinforcement for positive behavior. Toddlers need to know that the consequence is having an unpleasant experience, not a punishment....

Jan 17 2021
by Ella |
Comments Off on Spending Time With Your Younger Children

Family time is a very important aspect which helps to build strong relationships, love, bonds, and support among all the family members. Spending quality time with family also does help in coping up with challenges, instil a sense of belonging, instill family values, fill children with energy, confidence, and more. Many parents are very busy with their work and do not find much time to spend with their families. In this day and age, time-share is very common in many households....

Jan 10 2021
by Ella |
Comments Off on Can the Loss of a Parent Affect the Well-Being of a Child?

A parent is usually a direct caregiver of his or her offspring, that is, the offspring produced by the species. In humans, an adult parent is usually the direct caregiver of a live infant. A biological parent, commonly referred to as a biological parent, is a person whose parental gamete resulted in an offspring, a male via the sperm, and females via the ovum. In other species, where the parental germ cells are missing at birth, the parent still provides for the development of...

Apr 22 2020
by Ella |
Comments Off on 3 Tips For Helping Your Child Cope With The Death Of A Loved One

Dealing with death is never easy. Not only are there logistical things that need to be taken care of, like the ready of a will or the handling of a trust, but there’s also the entire emotional aspect that needs to be slowly and carefully maneuvered as well.  While it’s only adults who will manage the logistical parts of death, children can and will be impacted by any death of someone they know, whether they were close to this person or not. However, having a loved...

Dec 09 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on 3 Ways To Keep Your Young Kids Safe From Bugs

Keeping your kids safe from harm can sometimes feel like a full-time job. Especially when your children are young, it can often feel like they seek out things that could potentially cause them to get hurt or sick, including playing with bugs. If you have a lot of dangerous bugs where you live, it’s important that you not only teach your kids how to interact with them, but that you also do your best to keep these bugs at bay.  To help you with this, here are three...

Nov 21 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on 3 Tips For Taking Your First Road Trip With A New Baby

While there are many joys around having a new baby, for many parents and infants, being in the car isn’t one of them. Although so babies love car rides and can find them very soothing, other babies seem to start screaming as soon as they get buckled into their car seat. Not got that important product yet? Here is a great article about one of the car seat options available for you to potentially choose. If your baby responds in the latter way, taking a road trip...

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