Kids need to take their prescribed medicines to help them get well, but getting them to drink a sour or weird-tasting liquid when they don’t feel well and cranky can turn out to be a struggle at best. Aside from what the nursery rhyme-prescribed spoonful of sugar, what can parents do to get their kids drink their medicine?
With limited patience, the kids will scratch the insect bite with so much effort and this at time results to removing the top surface of the skin causing the insect bite to worsen or result to a wound. With their delicate skin, it is important that the first line of treatment to be given is all natural.
I don't think any parent dreamed of raising a bad seed. That's why we Google all our parenting questions away, frantically in search of the "trade secrets" that will best teach us how to deal with the little ones. But quite frankly, we sometimes contribute to why they act the way they do and acknowledging four of these mistakes bring us a step closer to disciplining them.
Keep your kiddos smelling fresh and mabango (and not maasim) all day long with these tips 😉
A rewards system is a well-known parenting hack or practice wherein parents reward their kids for good behavior. But while there are a number of advocates for the rewards system, there are also naysayers. Here are a few tips on properly implementing a rewards system for your kids.
Child aggression may be considered normal especially for toddlers, but we still help our kids in managing their temper. Through guidance, tough love, and by example, we can help our kids deal with anger in a positive way.
A bedtime routine eases the transition from being awake to being asleep. With calming, comforting activities, your child will feel more secure and ready for bed.
These moments can be retained in your kids’ memory as a family bonding time and your family’s annual celebration of the Holy Week can add up to your family culture. Enrich your kids’ faith and knowledge of Christ by teaching it to them and getting them involved. No kid is too young to understand Holy Week.