We may not set out to raise bullies on our own, but there are a few things we can do to ensure that this does not happen at all. Ensuring that our child is not raised as a bully will mean that there’s one less bully in school.
Choosing your child’s first school can be a huge decision, but with proper research, preparation, and these simple tips, it need not be stressful.
Kids need to take their prescribed medicines to help them get well, but getting them to drink a sour or weird-tasting liquid when they don’t feel well and cranky can turn out to be a struggle at best. Aside from what the nursery rhyme-prescribed spoonful of sugar, what can parents do to get their kids drink their medicine?
We salute all moms out there who are doing a good job raising their kiddos without the help of a partner. And to help out a bit, here are some things single moms out there should know about child custody and securing child support.
A rewards system is a well-known parenting hack or practice wherein parents reward their kids for good behavior. But while there are a number of advocates for the rewards system, there are also naysayers. Here are a few tips on properly implementing a rewards system for your kids.
Things parents should know about pagka-duling and pagka-banlag in babies.
I can’t believe that 10 months have flown by so quickly and she has survived pre-K — well, we both did. And now that it’s about to come to an end, let me look back and recount my learnings — because I have a few too, from her very first year in school.
Let’s admit it, in the real world, the damsel in distress such as Aurora will not accomplish anything because no one will actually save her, it’s princesses who take matters into their own hands, such as the adventure-seeking Moana and the leader Princess turned General Leia who will most likely succeed. Hence, our children will need all the courage they can get.
These days when warnings of child kidnappers are so prevalent, what can we actually do to ensure that our kids are not the next victims?
My daughter was a thumb sucker ever since she was a few weeks old – from the moment she discovered her fingers when I took off her mittens, her thumb, or basically any of her fingers (or even her whole fist!) became her next favorite aside from the breast.
Enjoy a stress-free flower girl or bearer stint with your child with these tips 😉
Are you a parent of a 3 or a 4-year old? Here are a few things you need to know about Preschool and Kinder 😉