Come summer and we’re all headed for the beach! But amongst all the excitement, all parents are apprehensive about melt downs, tantrums, fight over toys, packing, forgetting, missing things and more. We’re all human and a slightly imperfect vacay is ok!
Most parents have dealt with picky eaters at some point of time or the other. Many times we feel that our kids don’t eat well, or don’t eat what we give them, or don’t like healthy food. So, what can be done?
How to laugh more as a family
Life is hard, and parenting harder. So, what can we do when things get rough? Well, try laughter. It is difficult to laugh when we’re dealing with a tough situation. But something can diffuse the stress – laughter.
Tips to stop screen addiction in kids
Most kids today get a lot of screen. With both parents working, it’s easy for parents to let kids watch something while they finish off a crucial work call, or finish cooking dinner. And before we realise it, the kids are easily doing 3-4 hours of screen time a day and longer during the weekends.
What to feed your kids when they are sick
Achoo! Come spring, and allergy season is at its peak. And of course, new bugs are in the air, thanks to the blooming all around you. Well, this is also the season when most kids catch something and stay home ill with sneezy noses and watery eyes. So, what can we feed them to help them feel better soon?
Is apologising to your child important?
Parents often hesitate to apologize to their kids because they feel that saying sorry would weaken them in front of their kids. Should parents apologise? When should parents apologise and in what circumstances?
We all know that nothing online is completely private. Yet, most of us parents love to ‘Sharent’ online about our child. Nothing makes us more proud than our kids! Well, that’s a great feeling, but how much info of your child should you share? What’s reasonable and what’s not? How safe is it for your child’s future? Here are some questions that you should ask yourself before posting your child’s information online.
What is Sharenting?
If there’s one thing that all parents love to do, it’s share pictures of their children. Now, sharing pictures with grandparents, other parents or family is one thing but sharing stuff on social media can have some consequences in the long run.
How to talk to your child about death
What should you do when your child loses a grandparent? Or a pet? Or a close friend? Well, there will be questions, confusions, longingness for the loved ones who have moved on. And making death a part of normal conversations is essential, even among younger kids.
4 Things to Let Go of to be a Happier Parent
So, it’s ok to forget something. It’s ok to let go. As kids grow older, it’s also wiser to let them take more control over their lives. Yes, they will make mistakes, but they will also learn from them, and this is important.