These days, we can no longer prevent our kids from being online. We let our little ones watch their favorite cartoons online. We let our kids do their research work online. We also let them connect with their friends online. The internet is a network of networks where anything and everything may be seen. The first thing as parents that we should be concerned about is how to keep our kids safe online.
Here are some tips:
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Kids know that their parents are the ones responsible for buying them the stuff they need. They do not know the value of money but if you start teaching them smart money habits while they are young, aside from learning early, they will also have a great value for money as they grow up. Let me give you some smart money habits that you can pick from and apply to your kids.
Do not waste food or buy too much
This may not be directly related to figures but we have to make sure that our kids are aware that we spend money to buy food. Kids may be fascinated with an ad they saw on television about a food craze and they want to taste it too but they end up not liking them so they don’t eat them at all. Wasting food is equals to wasting money you use to but it.
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Nowadays, moms are juggling more obligations, activities, family matters, and work commitment. However, we still feel that there is just not enough time to do everything. There isn’t enough space to fill new items. Our minds (and home environment) are filled with a mess.
Learn how you can stay organized, simplify household chores, and pave the way to a clutter-free home for first-time parents with these tips:
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Welcome to the parenting world! Pretty sure, the happiness that you are feeling as a mother or father of a beautiful angel is priceless. Being a parent is a valuable gift, but it also comes with a great deal of responsibilities.
Discipline and teaching children tolerable ways to conduct themselves is, undeniably, one of the trickiest parts of parenting. These days, you’ll find various ideas on how to appropriately discipline children. However, bear in mind that the goal of discipline is to guide your little one through their developmental periods while educating them important behaviors and lessons that will help them grow up into successful adults.
How do you keep your child from heading to the DVD player? How can you get him or her to value your authority? Here are 15 tips to help you with discipline.
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Congratulations! Your baby is ready to try solid foods for the first time. Whether you decide on making homemade baby food or buy ready-to-eat baby food at the store, you only want what is best for your baby. Scientists agree that what you feed for baby for the first 3 years of this life determines his eating preference and habits for the next 10 years. Therefore, it is important to give your baby healthy and nutritious food. Another question that surfaces is whether or not to buy organic food. Is it really the best choice for your baby’s first solid food?
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Your kids won’t do everything he/she wish for, but you have the power to teach not to give up easily. Let them learn to try first anything. Steal the following tricks away to boost your child’s confidence:
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While you can hurt your kids with sticks physically, nothing is more painful than to hear bad words from us, parents. In the midst of frustration and anger, we say things unintentionally to our kids. Instead of provoking sweet laughter from children, we tend to evoke through dropping cruel words. Some words lower their confidence, make them cry or worse, instantly destroy the relationship we’ve been building for quite some time.
While it may take some time and effort, you must stop saying these following to your little angels:
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Being sick or caring for your sick baby is not fun at all. The worst part is trying to do both simultaneously. You can easily set off illnesses and prevent accidents from taking place by knowing the important places you should always keep clean to ensure the health and safety of your munchkin.
Getting the germs off areas in your home is a crucial step to prevent illnesses from attacking your innocent kid. One of the best options is through household cleaning as it gets rid of germs from every surface and sweeps them away. So, where to start doing a cleaning? Here are the 6 common places.
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It’s not easy for your first-born child to welcome a new family member. When siblings grow up, they may boldly show their envy through name-calling, arguing, pushing, teasing, or worse, fighting. Don’t let this happen.
Although this is just normal, you can still prevent it from taking these steps in helping your child get used to being a big brother or sister:
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Sending your kids to school entails a lot of responsibilities with it. Apart from preparing their breakfast and a healthy snack, making sure they have complete school supplies or providing safe transportation to school, you also need to be able to guide and assist them in doing their homework. Making kids love doing homework may be easy for some parents but not for many. Here are some tips that may help you get your kids look forward to doing every homework.
Create a nice study space
Doing homework on the kitchen counter, living room or dining table may not be that beneficial for your child. Having distractions around them like television, food, people and certain home decors may take away their attention from doing and finishing their homework. Get them a nice study table where they can put their school stuff on and have enough table space for their books and other materials they need when doing their homework. Make sure that it also has a comfortable chair to go with it. Having his/her own study space will not only motivate him to attack that homework but also keep him/her away from the distractions in other areas of the house.
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