1. Be involved with your child (beyond just Saturday sports).
2. Be in tune with your child's emotions / feelings.
3. Be a father, not a friend. Show them the right way.
Dear New Dad.....It goes without saying you LOVE your baby to pieces....so, for the first year which is VITALLY important:
When your baby is wet or needs a bath, Bathe him/her & change them
When he/she's hungry...feed him/her
When he/she cries......comfort him/her. Soothe, sing and talk to your baby!
The rest will come naturally. Your baby will guide you and Mom will help you out!
by Christin Sander 4 years ago
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by Peeples 2 years ago
Best advice for a child who is not good at sports but wants to be?My oldest (almost 12 yr old boy) wants to be good at sports. I doubt this will ever happen. He's always had coordination issues, and he has no real interest in these sports other than being able to say he is good at them (seeks to be...
by dejajolie 6 years ago
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by Ann Carr 5 years ago
What are the attributes of a best friend?Is it being a good listener, giving advice, telling you what to do, knowing you well, sharing.....?
by Dorsi Diaz 7 years ago
I'm doing the coolest hub ever - I will consider this one the best of my best because it's a first hand account of my dads battleship, the USS North Carolina, getting torpedoed during Word War 2(It was during the Pacific campaign - Guadalcanal). I wrote this out word for word for my dad before he...
by Sturgeonl 6 years ago
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