Here are some great tips from one busy mom who sets important ground rules to make sure she spends quality time with her kids. A great read for busy moms who are juggling parenthood with a job outside of the home.
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Nobody thinks that their sweet little baby will grow up into a bully, but some parents have a rude awakening when this is in fact what happens. There are numerous ways to ensure that your child has the greatest possible chance to learn to be kind and empathic to others. All of these are things that are easy for you to do at home, from the time that your child is conscious of the social environment, so from toddlerhood onward.
If you’ve got a new year’s resolution to get control of the toy chaos in your home, here’s one suggestion from Parents magazine that may surprise you: Get rid of the toy box.
What a wonderful article! I love every question...these 11 questions focus your children on how to make themselves happy. Eventually, your children will internalize these questions and ask them in their own heads. Then you'll have given them the gift of happiness, which will make you so (you guessed it) happy.
Angela Lee Duckworth, a psychologist from The University of Pennsylvania, reveals in this TED Talk that the most successful predictor of success in kids is not talent or IQ, but a psychological trait called grit. The same trait is the predictor of success for adults as well.
Good bedtime rituals are those that help babies and children fall asleep. Great rituals are those that spare the loving adult from having to keep putting the child back to sleep at frequent intervals during the night.