How To Keep Your Child’s Room Organized
Every mother wants the best for her child. Besides ensuring that the child has all basic needs, a mother will also want her child to be comfortable and happy in his environment. One of the things you can do to make your child’s life better is to get his room organized. Kids can be messy, but you can teach them a few lessons on being organized by setting their rooms right and letting them handle a few chores to get it done the right way.Fun Ways to Prepare Your Child for Early Reading
It’s never too early to encourage your child to read. Here are some ways that you can prepare your child for learning to read.Celebrate Milestones With A Personalized Toy Box
Celebrate your child’s birthdays and big events with something special like giving them personalized toy boxes. Be uniquely different and practical.Lessons From a Child’s First Birthday
He doesn’t know a party is brewing until it happens around him. He is suddenly surrounded by adults and other children. He tries to follow his somewhat older girl cousin as she careens around the house. He can’t walk yet be he can stand and then drop to his knees scampering after her the best he can. He sits playing next to another one year old visiting from Abu Dhabi with no idea where he came from or how he got there.Five Essential Tips for Motivating Your Child in Sports
This article gives some important tips to the parents for motivating their kids in games and sports. As participating in physical activities is essential, this article can be useful for the parents.Transforming Chaos and Pain to Humor
In life there will times when great tragedy confronts us. Learning to see the lessons hidden in the challenge over time helps to transform the difficult situation into perhaps eventual humor.Are You A Helicopter Mom?
The term Helicopter Mom or Helicopter Parent is tossed around a lot these days, and as a visual, it almost speaks for itself. While some may see the doting mom as positive, supportive, loving and helpful, my clinical experience has shown this to be a poor tactic. Being a helicopter mom has few advantages as a parenting style, outside of safety. Kids and people as a whole learn very experientially, and it’s through our mistakes and/or barriers that we learn creativity and problem solving abilities.Why Taking Care of You Makes You a Better Mom
You know this on some level. Who has not heard the airplane illustration about putting on your oxygen mask first before placing it on your child? Meaning, we need to take care of ourselves first, before we can take care of anyone else in our life. But I think it’s easy to get numb to that message. I think the problem is that taking care of you doesn’t feel very practical in our busy day-to-day life.Much Despair About Wealth Disparity
Everyone knows that within a society, different people have different levels of material wealth and comfort. There will always be gaps between the “haves” and the “have nots.” Over the past few years, however, the levels of wealth and income inequality in the United States have increased dramatically, making these major political and social issues. Wealth is important because people rely on it to carry them through financial emergencies, fund retirement, provide an education for their children, or to start a new business. Wealth translates into opportunity and quality of life. Differences in income and wealth are defined by the terms “income inequality” and “wealth inequality”. These terms are increasingly used in politics, news, and academics, and have inspired controversy, debate. Let’s explore why…Eating Healthy – How to Get Your Kids Involved
Most kids could live off of chicken nuggets and fruit snacks, but if they lived off that diet they would be lacking some serious nutrients! Here are a few tips on how to get your children to not only eat healthy, but to get involved in preparing healthy meals!