Whether they admit it or not, every parent has a dream of what their life will be with a child. Not all dreams come true, but we can only blame our ill-founded expectations for it. Perhaps, you were hoping to share your passion for poetry with y our little one, only to realize that their dyslexia makes reading poetry difficult. Or maybe you thought your child would follow in your footsteps, but they have no interest in the topics that were your favorites at school. Everybody is different, you tell yourself. But you can’t help the little voice in your head that tells you that you are doing something wrong. And that is truly a problem that most parents experience. We don’t realize how much people are different until we discover that our children think and learn in an unusual way. Learning styles and learning needs vary greatly. Unfortunately, they can be confusing to understand. No one solution can fit everybody. As a parent, you want what’s best for your child. Yet, the only reference you’ve got, when it comes down to learning for school, is yourself. So how can you best support your child when you have different learning patterns?
So you’re pregnant? Congratulations! If your children haven’t reacted as well to the news as you had hoped, it can be disheartening. From their point of view everything as they know it is about to change, and Mummy and Daddy’s attention is going to be diverted elsewhere. But all isn’t lost! There are a number of ways in which you can calm any anxieties your children may have about the new arrival and encourage them to be just as excited as you are!
Kids are going to be tech crazy these days – it’s just a sign of the times. Many of you weren’t born with technology thrust into your hands, so it’s a bit disconcerting seeing very young children playing with tablets and smartphones. However, it’s perfectly normal, and you’d have been the same if these devices were around in your day!
Still, it’s hard to know how to act when your kids are always using tech products. You’re aware that it’s good for them as it helps them develop skills and learn how to use technology. At the same time, you also understand there are risks to be worried about, and that playing on tech devices all day isn’t a great idea. So, here are some parenting tips to help you take control of the situation:
It is the dream of every homeowner to have a well-designed and cozy living space. While some people seem to renovate and update their homes now and then, this may prove quite daunting if you do not have the handy thumb. On the other hand, hiring a professional to get the job done comes with costly expenses that you may not have budgeted for.
Despite these factors, there are a few adjustments that you can make to your older home to give it an updated and modern look. They include the following;