Tag Archives: Parenting Tips

Parenting Tips to Stop Toddler Temper Tantrums at Meal Time

The term ‘temper tantrum’ is commonly used by parents to express the uncontrollable and quite unpredictable behavior exhibited by children, especially toddlers, as a means of demanding or manipulating the outcome of a situation. Having established a sense of comfort with the parents and family as well as testing their boundaries, a toddler will often […]

Child Caregiver – Vocabulary & Language Skills Development

Innumerable studies and research programs have shown that the amount of communication and interaction between a child and a caregiver directly impacts development of the child’s vocabulary. Infants are naturally programmed to learn the language that they hear most often, and begin to recognize words and phrases shortly thereafter. During the first three years of […]

Tips for a Respectful Childcarer-Parent Relationship

Childcare centers provide a service that allows parents to safely leave children to be looked after when they go about their daily work, and continue with careers.Choosing a center is a arduous task for many parents, and most professionals do their best to make parents feel at ease. While the nature of the service goes beyond […]

The Swine Flu Risk and Protecting Against Swine Flu

Swine flu has created widespread panic amongst governments, health organizations, medical practitioners and scientists as well as the media and the common man. While there are a number of reasons for this reaction, chiefly the speed at which the virus spreads, a large cause of concern is that it is children and teens that are […]

Sibling Conflict and Rivalry

Sibling conflict is a natural part of family life and of growing up. Often sibling jealousy extends into adult years and can crop up in arguments between siblings many years later. However, during childhood, while it may cause a great deal of annoyance and stress to parents, sibling relationships with all their stress can be a source of learning for […]

Parenting Tips on Potty Training for Toddlers

Potty training for toddlers may be relatively easy or could take longer than you expect, depending on your child. Usually children are ready to learn how to use a potty in their second year, but it may differ. It is advisable to watch for signs of your toddler being ready to understand potty training methods before you begin […]

Child Sex Education for Young Children

Children will feel a natural sense of curiosity about their bodies, differences in their private parts, pregnancy, sex and a whole range of topics that could make the most confident parent quake. Knowing how much to teach about sex to children as they grow older and dealing with questions that arise can be difficult. However, the awkwardness […]