My little boy just will not eat dinner, let alone vegetables. Well, let me be honest, he eats but needs to be coaxed to do so. I tried everything, talking it out, being stern, being kind, preparing his fav-food, letting him skip a meal so he is hungry – but NO. It’s also true that kids of a certain age, get their mind off routine tasks (like eating!) and focus on more interesting things like games, blocks, tablets. So of course, eating is only just a mere activity that is on their back burner.
What can be more exciting than having a wonderful time with the whole family in the fresh air? A Picnic is one of the easiest ways to step out of everyday routine for having fun with children. Once a venue is decided the next most important thing is the food in the picnic basket. To simplify the preparation of your snacks list, here are easy and uncommon recipe ideas to enjoy delicious food.
We all know how essential it is to make sure that everything is ready to create a memorable vacation before arranging any trip with a toddler. Accordingly, the more prudent and forward-thinking you are in preparing your backpack, the more secure and comfortable your time with your children will be.
Parents usually need help around the house. But largely most parents tend to believe that getting help from kids only tends to increase the work, rather than support. Since most children love to ape the adults, they love to do what we do and its only wise that kids take an active part to give a hand around the house. Here are some chores that can be dealt with by children that simplifies parents’ lives.
With the days getting hotter, its evident that we all should drink more. And since its summer, it’s obvious to be tempted on a hot day to reach out for a sweet, cool bottled drink. Well, we all know that water should be the first beverage to look out for. But pitted against all those super colas and squashes, water is usually left behind.
Many Hollywood movies have a lovely scene where parents along with their children read an enthralling fairy-tale while tucked into a warm bed under a starlit night. I am enthralled by these scenes and want to turn them into reality. But as a parent, and a working mother I do have a sufficient set of excuses for not reading to my child.
There are various factors that are taken into account by parents while bringing up a child. One of them is Hobbies. Some experts believe that hobbies give great benefits to children while growing up. Values like patience, dedication, willpower are all developed while following a hobby regularly.
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?