"Well, you did not get this from us," your parents say. You wonder to yourself that you have NOTHING in common with either your parents or your siblings. You were definitely born in the WRONG family........Oh my Lord, it CANNOT be!!!
A Parent can make or break a child. Many times Parents force their choices on their children without considering what they want and end up ruining the lives of their children. Given are some reasons why Parents may interfere in the career choice of their son or daughter.
You are never short on adventures with three kids in the house. Therefore to say the very least there truly is never a dull moment. I had an interesting experience today and thought it'd be a good idea to share. I've never dealth with this...
Surroundings and friends play major roles in the decisions our children make and the actions they take. Portraying strong examples of the positive traits we want them to emulate gives them a view of what the right thing looks like and why being honorable is important.
Family traditions are an important part of American culture, but creating family traditions sometimes takes a little effort. Get family tradition ideas and tips on creating traditions for your family, whetever form it takes.
Frustrated with a messy child who won't clean his room? Here is help for parents.
By using constructive praise, parents and teachers can build a child's self worth. Encouragement in this fashion helps a child focus on his/her accomplishments, which leads to a stronger self esteem.
Top tips on using traffic light reading and other methods for parents to help their child read at home
Easy recipe for kids ages 2 to 8 to make chocolate-peanut butter oatmeal cookies. No baking. Some boiling of ingredients in microwave or on your stovetop.
I took my children to the hospital for a general check-up before the school-year began, and a frazzled mom lightly said, “Walking feet, remember, walking feet!” as her four children ran around the clinic, in a complete frenzy, and completely ignoring anything and everything she said. Just...no.