Stories lamenting the unfortunate level of devotion that teens have to entertaining everyday technology, are easy to see. It isn’t as common to see how technology could be healthy to a young digital native today. If you’re parent to a teen, and aren’t sure how technology could be good for your kid, here are several ideas.
Whether you want to spoil your nephew for his first birthday or buy your best friend a baby gift for their upcoming bundle of joy, these occasions call for that little something extra. These are examples of some of our favorite luxury baby items and the best ways to find them.
Getting your personal life in order is so important for modern parents. You have to make sure you come up with as many ideas you can that will help you to do this. The family has to come first at all times, and you need to be sure you make the right decisions. Here are some great ways to turn over a new leaf and get your personal life in order.
When someone mentions child safety, the first thing that pops into most people’s minds is keeping them safe from abuse. This is understandable. After all, every parent’s worst nightmare is that his or her child will be abused.
When you start a family you don’t consider your home to be a danger zone. This is, of course, because a newborn baby isn’t crawling or walking yet. But what happens when you enter toddlerhood and beyond? All of a sudden your senses are heightened and you can become worried about little things. Things you may not have even thought about before. But rest assured. I thought this would be a great time to share with you a few ways you can safeguard your home and your young family. Many are obvious, but as they never were seen as a hazard before, I’m sure they will prompt you to make some changes.
Teenagers have a lot to deal with: expectations of parents, school work and social lives, both real and virtual. These pressures can affect both their body and mind and cause mood swings that parents may worry about.
Did you ever wish that you could keep your kids under the age of 8 for like, EVER, just so you could avoid having “the talk” with them? It wasn’t so bad with my daughter, I just told her the same thing that my mother told me and what I had learned from my own personal experiences.
It is so easy to treat our children as if they are born with a fixed mental ability, and that there is nothing we can do about it. Easy—and wrong! Our genetic inheritance only partly determines our level of achievement. At least as much is the product of our experience, especially their childhood experience. See how you can help raise children with brighter minds.