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.
Your kids have all the energy and enthusiasm to beat the summer heat. With all the summer activities awaiting, plan your kids’ summer activities that will not only make them enjoy this summer, but also let them grow, build confidence and learn new things.
Let’s admit it, in the real world, the damsel in distress Aurora will not accomplish anything because no one will actually save her. It’s princesses who take matters into their own hands, such as the adventure-seeking Moana and the leader Princess turned General Leia who will most likely succeed. Hence, our children will need all the courage they can get.
These days when warnings of child kidnappers are so prevalent, what can we actually do to ensure that our kids are not the next victims?