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How to be good at Parenting

30 Dec

As a homemaker and a mother of two, I could say that such kind of lifestyle could get tedious at some point of time or the other. There are endless duties and responsibilities I have to meet with, but still, looking at my little ones’ innocent smiling faces, I happen to stumble upon that long-lost satisfaction.

Parenting, done correctly by both or either parents for that matter, pays off well. Now there might be several homemakers like me, as well as working women, who would still be struggling to get parenting done right.

Therefore, I decided to bring these top parenting tips for all my dear readers and hope that everything goes well not only for you but for the entire family as well.

As children of all ages, love to learn, moms should take advantage of it and impart them with the right kind of education, which also involves teaching them how to love, share, care and, respect. It is important to teach them the meaning of righteousness, morality, virtues, and dignity as well.

Children from four to 6 years of age, begin to develop thoughts and ideas of independence. It is expected that parents respect these feelings of their young ones and let them go ahead with it.

Parent and Child Together

Parent and Child Together | Image Resource : qsleeper.com

On the other hand, also set certain limits so that you keep them away from misusing their independence. Occasionally warn them and keep a check that they do not indulge in wrongdoings.

I have also seen that there are only certain moms who acknowledge the fact of creating and keeping routines. They schedule the day and its activities for their kids so that they not only learn but also make the most of their time.

Like in the morning, assign them tasks like – getting up early, using the bathroom, getting ready for school, having breakfast and so on. Likewise, at bedtime, inculcate habits like brushing teeth, having a bath and getting dressed in proper sleepwear.

Finally, make sure that you take time off your busy schedule to sit down with your child and listen to what they have to say. While giving them an ear, also take extra efforts to realise their success and pitfalls. If possible, recommend corrective measures.

Mother Talking to her Kid

Mother Talking to her Kid | Image Resource : huffingtonpost.com

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Posted by on December 30, 2014 in Parenting Tips

 

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