Being a parent is not easy – because it comes with the responsibility of always being tolerant, flexible and always mentally wired! One would imagine that vacations are easy, but if there is a road trip ( which mostly is), then managing kids on a car seat for long hours tests the patience. here’s a list of life-hacks that helps make your next road trip more comfortable and memorable.
Am sure most of us as parents have made sure to ask our kids ‘how was your day?’ and the answer many of us get is ‘fine’. But is that what we want to hear? Of course not! We want the tiny details about what they did, did they like lunch, who shared a secret and more. But how do you get kids to talk about their day?
We all love Lego! As parents, most of us believe that Lego is good for kids. Many of us adults also enjoy Lego. But do we know what to do with the bricks and pieces when we are done playing, or if the child has outgrown the brick or if the bricks are dirty or no more usable?
Hobbies for kids are a great way to help them learn about the world and themselves. Hobbies are born from a spark of passion and can grow into a lifelong interest. It may even be the starting point for a child’s adult career. The educational benefits of having a hobby are invaluable.
Many parents use one language at home but wish they could teach their children a second language from early on to give them a bilingual edge. But many don’t know how to do it naturally and in a playful way.
It is indeed hard to find a child willing to exchange a candy or cake for a bowl of cereal. Most children have a sweet tooth. And kids do need carbohydrates to grow!
While choosing a sport for kids, parents many times, focus more on the type and look of the sport rather than the feelings of interest or fear of the child. Of course, sport is an excellent form of physical activity that can uplift the mood.
Most kids show interest in music, And Parents are equally excited to know this and usually enrol them in some form of music classes – either instrumental or vocal.
Why you should think twice before posting information online. Take a look at this video by UNICEF that tells us the how social media can be fatal for your privacy.
Anyone with a job, a career or any kind of full-time obligations understands that there is never enough time in the day to do all the things you need to do. It can make having real and meaningful communication time with your kids feel like a luxury.