For my first post I thought I would share some parenting tips before I start chatting photograph, so here goes!
If you hope to be successful in your efforts, you need to become educated in the field of parenting and learn different ways to approach the task. With the tips in this article, you will be able to parent your children as effectively as possible.
A tip for parents of teething babies is to offer some alternatives to the traditional frozen washcloth. Putting flavorful, cold vegetables in a mesh teething bag can be a great way to soothe a child’s discomfort. The extra taste imparted by the food may help the baby chew longer, thus extending their relief.
Make sure you don’t overload your child with work. Too many parents keep piling work onto young children and they overload them. Make sure your child has time to play and just relax. It’s important to balance work and play, especially when your child is just starting school. It’s too easy to ask too much of them at once.
When your child falls and bumps their head, do not allow them to go to sleep for at least two hours. This is because you want to monitor for symptoms that your child may have suffered from internal bleeding. Some symptoms include disorientation, confusion, headache and dizziness complaints, and blurred vision. If your child has these symptoms, bring him/her to the emergency room.
To strengthen the bond between you and your child, and to help enhance their cognitive development, turn off the television! Limit their tv watching to special occasions – children who spend very little time watching tv are more socially competent, more academically competent, and more creative and imaginative than their television-watching peers.
As was stated in the beginning of this article, being a good parent is really a matter of proper education and information. If you know the right ways to handle the struggles of parenting, it doesn’t have to be as difficult as it is made out to be. Apply the advice from this article and you’ll be well on your way to being a great parent.
I hope that was useful, in the meantime, here’s a funny clip on dealing with a wild child I found on YouTube.com