This is life with a strong-minded child. When I say “you can’t have the ships now”, she hears “Mommy won’t get them for me, so I’ll have to find another way to reach my goal”. That’s why she went to … Continue reading Life with a strong-minded child
This post is provided by Education.com. Help your child grow more confident with letters and numbers! Early literacy and counting skills are crucial to a young learners’ development. This simple, yet fun, bookmaking activity introduces and reinforces alphabet and number … Continue reading Make an ABC, 123 Book!
This is a guest post by Pumpic Mobile Monitoring Human beings are pretty consistent as a species, and no matter how often you hear an adult mutter “kids today, eh?” you can be sure that somebody said it about that … Continue reading 10 Internet commandments for kids going online
This is a guest post by Pumpic Mobile Monitoring TVs and tablets can prove a true blessing amidst the chaotic lifestyle of bringing up a kid, and many swear by them as the baby’s dummy of the 21st century. If … Continue reading How much screen time is too much for your kid?
Have you ever met one of those little creatures that whine, scream and make a big scene? Yes, I’m talking about toddlers. Those fabulous little people that can throw the most sophisticated tantrums you can dream of. Well, I’ve got … Continue reading 30 highly effective ideas for raising an incredibly spoiled toddler
There are many things that I expected would to happen to me when I became a mom, like having to deal with tantrums in public, waking up at all hours of the night or even changing my clothes five times … Continue reading The day a stranger (almost) had a peek at my breast
When you mention the names of shows like Dora the Explorer or Mickey Mouse Clubhouse to parents, chances are you’ll receive some positive feedback about how instructive these shows are. However, as soon as you mention Caillou, the sense of … Continue reading Why Caillou is not a bad show after all
In preparation for our move to Bangkok, I had to get rid of many items, including my daughter’s newborn stuff. That was hard. I obviously managed to save some of her best clothes and little toys, but the big bulky items … Continue reading Five things I used to do with my newborn that have changed with my toddler
Tantrums. One word that summarizes pretty well the third year of a child’s existence, and the pain that parents have to go through. No matter how ready, patient, quiet, supportive, attentive, cheerful a mom could be, when the tantrums hit, … Continue reading 7 magical steps to handle toddler tantrums
Have you ever recorded the strange conversations of your 1 year-old? Ever since my daughter learned to make some verbal noises, she is assuming that she is forming sentences that we can understand, but the fact is that most of what … Continue reading When a 1 year-old talks
I know you all wished to have a nice, quiet trip from Dubai to Bangkok, but my daughter had a secret plan to showcase her best talent on that day in the plane – a talent that was clearly not … Continue reading Dear passengers on that plane, let me explain
When my toddler moves around the house, it feels like she owns it. She has managed to revise the use of every single item in it. If you think that spoons are just for eating, and couches are just for … Continue reading This is how my toddler sees the world