Saturday, 27 April 2013 00:00
While ordering your groceries online and having them delivered is certainly one option for moms who want to avoid incurring a grocery store meltdown when their toddler is in tow, in reality, that’s not always the most practical grocery shopping solution.
Friday, 12 April 2013 01:00
I recently ran across an article from 1959. Let me give you some background. In Houston, Texas in the fifties there was something terrible that the city had to overcome. They were the number one murder capital in the nation. After extensive studies they discovered that the majority of the offenders were under 18 years old. In reaction to this many actions were taken to encourage parents and teachers to teach children the right way to live.
Wednesday, 10 April 2013 01:00
Without a doubt this is a book that every single parent would benefit from and the results will show in their children being healthy and happy. This extraordinary book explains the physical and mental affects stress has one the developing brain from lack of attention, lack of love, and lack of affection. Even parents who do a fairly 'good job' at parenting can still affect their children for life. If you believe in letting your baby cry for long periods of time, you really need to read this book!
Tuesday, 09 April 2013 01:00
It's amazing when you walk into your child's room and see just how much stuff he or she has. There's a computer sitting in the corner, an MP3 player, a TV, a gaming console or two, more toys than he or she can play with and a closet full of clothes. Many children become entitled and believe that they deserve an abundance of material things. Teaching your children the importance of giving to others can help them grow up to be charitable adults.
Tuesday, 02 April 2013 01:00
Getting kids to listen is a difficult thing to do, but increasing cooperation from kids can make a more enjoyable home environment for everyone involved. These tips can help you put your kids on a path to cooperation, reducing disputes and hard feelings.
Sunday, 24 March 2013 00:00
Read this interesting real life story of what happens to a child who feels the need to always over achieve
Sunday, 17 March 2013 00:00
From siblings to best friends, children have a difficult time learning to share. It is a concept that may not fully develop until late into grade school, if then. However, there are a few ways you can help your child develop an attitude of sharing.
Thursday, 14 March 2013 00:00
Being a parent means helping a child learn and grow, teaching him to make good decisions and instilling healthy lifestyle habits so that one day he will become an independent, self-sufficient adult. This requires affection, discipline, consistency and dedication on the part of the parent.
Wednesday, 13 March 2013 00:00
So what if Type A moms are a little too self-critical and competitive? And what’s it to you if they’re a little wound up and tend to overreact? While their constant sense of urgency may lead to stress and heart disease down the road, it also makes them pretty productive on the household front. Wondering if you have tendencies towards being Type A?
Tuesday, 05 March 2013 00:00
When you first become a parent, you look at your tiny baby and think there is no way you could ever get angry or yell at this beautiful tiny creature. But before long that small baby grows and you find that there are more days where you are frustrated with him than you would like. When you find yourself in those moments of utter exasperation, here are 10 things that can help prevent you from yelling at him.