‘First time baby said Dada’ or ‘Baby’s first tooth off!’ Haven’t we all as parents seen innumerable posts like this online? While it’s exciting to be parenting and share loads of our children’s milestones online, sharenting chips away at parenting. Let’s take a look.
It’s Halloween and the best part about it, is costumes! Who doesn’t love dressing up weird and partying. But should you be buying a new costume each year?
It’s not easy to transition from summer to supermom. But busy mornings are expected when school season begins. Backpacks, lunch, snacks, bottles, books, assignments, hobby classes and more – mom/ dad, you can tackle it all from Homebase!
As families, we always have some amount of clutter at home. And when a new school year begins, the clutter just gets bigger. It’s only wise, to go through stuff over the summer break and get things organised for the new school year.
Changing back to the back-to-school sleep schedule
Both parents and kids are more relaxed during the summer. Which means that it’s highly likely that everyone usually stays up late or wakes up at various times. When school seasons begins, it’s really hard for both parents and kids to just jump back to a school routine. So, it’s imminent that you start practicing waking up early a few days earlier.
Children whether going to school for the first time or they are returning to school after long summer holidays, tend to be reluctant before starting a new academic year. Parents in their turn should try to organize everything in the best way to show their support to the children.
The countdown to the next school year has begun and these simple tips will help you and your family begin the year with a great start.
When we are born we are given a gender base don our physical appearance. But this shouldn’t hamper opportunities as we grow. Gender discrimination in kids is a challenging topic to address. And there’s no one place/ situation where it needs to be corrected – it exists everywhere school, home, social circle and even among kids at playtime.
We’ve all experienced times when kids refuse to eat, or don’t eat some or all veggies or create a fuss at dinnertime. I’ve seen kids who crinkle up their nose at the sight of greens. I’ve also seen kids who’ve never eaten fruits or veggies all their life. Is this good?
There are times in life when we all feel upset, sad, lonely, anxious, weak, scared or vulnerable. And if we feel all this as adults, its equally normal for kids to experience these emotions at various stages of their life. The best thing we can do with these emotions is to help kids to identify them and deal with them as best they can.