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Raise Kids Right With These Wise Words!
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Raise Kids Right With These Wise Words!

Whether you are a first time parent or have welcomed an additional child into your family, parenting is a world filled with love, happiness and self doubt. Children, unfortunately, do not come with an instruction manual and it is quite normal to question your actions on a daily basis. Here are some handy hints to help make being a mother or father a little less confusing.

When bringing a new baby home from the hospital, accept a little help from friends and neighbors. Friends can help by preparing a dish that you can keep frozen for a quick meal. Neighbors might be willing to chip in with a couple of errands or housekeeping duties. Taking advantage of the extra help will give you some rest and bonding time with your new baby.

Instead of buying a baby bath tub, just use the kitchen sink. The kitchen sink is the perfect size and depth to bathe your young child in. It's also a great height so you won't end up with a sore back after bath time. When your child outgrows the kitchen sink, they'll likely be ready to move on to the regular bath tub.

Feel free to breastfeed your baby for comfort. Many believe that breastfeeding for comfort will make the baby associate food with emotional comfort. Offering the breast actually encourages your baby to turn to you instead of things for support. The breastfeeding is just one component of the bond that helps your baby feel better. This will provide crucial emotional security and stability as they develop.

Sometimes, unpleasant disciplinary actions must be handed down. "First, feelings; then discipline," is a highly effective approach that begins with a positive statement that acknowledges the child's feelings (right or wrong) and then explains your reason for setting the disciplinary consequences. This can help reduce the levels of resentment following the action.

One of the most important tips for all parents to remember is patience. Children are very illogical depending on the phase of development and this can be really difficult for many parents to deal with. Sometimes, they will have a tantrum for no real reason and you will have to find a way to just ride it out.

In the years to come you will look back on your early days of parenthood and laugh at the mistakes and fears. In the interim each day with your child is a blessing and a joy. Cherish them and know that you are not alone in the concerns that you face but will always find support so that you do not have to face them alone.

Dr.Norman Mike M

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