A guest post by Aisha Idris It is a dream of every parent to share a harmonious relationship with their child. A relationship in which their child would be compliant. But getting your children to listen to you can turn into a difficult task especially when a parent isn’t aware of some of the basics
When your child is old enough to understand the basic concept of money, it can be beneficial to teach them some healthy financial habits. Children are not born with the knowledge that everything in life has a cost and that, if they don’t have the funds, they would not be able to purchase the essentials
Sight. An important sense that we have but one that can be overlooked and not always cared for. But getting your eyes checked is a very straightforward process. And if you are in the UK, free for under 16’s.
It can be a daunting task eating out with younger children, but its also an amazing opportunity for the kids to get out and experience new foods and practice those table manners. Mine are 5,3 and two months old and I have had my fair share of restaurant disasters. Here are some of my tips on surviving, no scrap that; ENJOYING your family
‘Mum she won’t play with me.’ ‘Mum she’s copying me.’ ‘Stop looking at me.’ ‘Stop it!’ ‘Mum she won’t share.’ ‘I want to play with that!’ Other child, ‘But I am playing with it.’ ‘She’s coughing at me!’ (Other child sitting and coughing on the other side of the room). And it goes on and
One of the things that I feel that is important for every household to have is a first aid kit. St John Ambulance have now teamed up with Boots to create a first aid kit for children. Little explorers often tend to end up with bumps and grazes and this kit is ideal to deal
This is a collaborative post. Dealing with a picky eater is one of the most frustrating experiences that a parent can go through. Our natural instinct is to provide our children with nourishment and when they refuse to eat, we tend to lose our minds. If you’re at a loss, try some of these useful tips that
Last year I introduced Alif Baa app on my blog in an introductory post about Alif Baa. They have now launched and are joining in with my Saturday Spotlight with a guest post. Apps in Education Using apps encourages social interaction while you are learning. A professor at the University of London, Rose Luckin, claims that