- Published on Saturday, 11 May 2013 05:12
100 Insights for Raising Successful Children
1. Take care of yourself before you start your baby or childcare. You will do a much better job if you are not tired, hungry, or overworked.
2. Always be on the lookout for conditions and circumstances that will cause your baby or child difficulty. Sometimes you will get all your clues from what is going on at the moment. Other times you can use past experiences to help you. Whenever something goes wrong, learn from it so that you will be able to prevent it from happening in the future.
- Published on Thursday, 25 April 2013 16:39
I recently asked our Facebook fans:
"Does it bother you if/when you can tell who the teacher's favorite students are? Do you even think twice about it?"
- Published on Thursday, 25 April 2013 07:01
I reached out to some of my colleagues, asking them to weigh in on "Simple Ways to Love Your Child." We have each listed five ways that we believe parents can show their kids that they are loved and wanted.
- Published on Monday, 25 February 2013 20:19
Anger Management at the Park: six year old style
One mom's story...
My daughter is not a passive little gal. At school she is well behaved and polite but when she gets home…wowza. She told me once, in so many words, that she has to be so good at school that when she arrives home she needs an outlet for all that pent up energy.
- Published on Friday, 01 March 2013 12:42
Seven Tips for Bonding with a New Baby
Written by Amanda Carlson
A new life has come into the world. Tiny and helpless, you feel overwhelmed at the responsibility of caring for this new person. However, you also want to provide the best care possible for your child. You have read that bonding with your baby is vitally important to their mental and physical health as they grow up. Well bonded children are more secure and have better social skills. But how do you bond with your child? Here are some tips that can help you create a strong bond with your newborn baby:
- Published on Thursday, 24 January 2013 11:59
Written by Shara Lawrence-Weiss
Recently I posted an article titled "Harvard Grads Becoming Babysitters. This may not be a bad thing." The skills learned, through working with children, can be invaluable. Shortly after that I was sent an article to post on my blog that explained why "In Today's Workforce...A High IQ Isn't Enough." The author pointed out that many companies are seeking employees with a deeper skill set. IQ is simply no longer enough.