Archive for August, 2012
If you want to be a best parent, try improving you’re parenting skills by doing this tips and advices.
- Listen to your child; listen to your children on what they say. Parents are busy telling children what to do; many times we fail to listen their concern. Learn what your children hopes, fear and anxieties are. The better you understand your child needs the better parent you can be.
- Show your good judgment; good parenting skills start with good judgment. Know when to say no to your child and when to give in. when you make good choices to your child see this and in some cases learn to make good judgment on their own.
- Be a role model, do not do anything in front of your child that you wouldn’t want them to do. If your find yourself exhibiting behavior that you do not want mimicked by your child, then it is a sign you should change how you react in certain situations.
- Stick on the rules, whether it is when you are disciplining your child or simply saying no to a second piece of cake after meal, rules need to be enforced after they are made. Good parenting skills require you to stick to any rules you establish. If you show your child that you make rules but eventually break them, they will think rules are made to be broken.
- Keep your control; if you loose your cool in front of your child they may become fearful to you. Whether you are arguing with a bill collector or in the phone do not angry behavior in the presence of your child. If you loose your control and yell or argue to someone you are showing your children this is how people react when times get tough. Instead exhibit good parenting skill illustrating how you can keep your cool and resolve the problem and hand in calm manner.
- Show your love and affection, a lot of parent love their child but do not always let them know it. Do not let a day go by without saying I LOVE YOU to your children. Hug and kisses them to show emotion. An embrace for a child often makes him/her feel loved, safe and able to count on you.
- Spend quality time, oftentimes parents spend large quantity of time with their child, but fail to be actively engaging with them. This is especially important for working moms to do since we often have our children with baby sitters or in day care when we are at work. Exhibit good parenting skills by initiating interactive activities like playing old fashioned board games, enjoying outdoor activities or simply talking with your children to make the most of the time you have together.
Face it! We all have a lot to do, for a any given day our to do list include; home responsibilities, school schedules and activities, work responsibilities, phone calls, etc. how do we keep track all of it? I you are like most people not as effectively and efficiently as you could. To manage all you’re to do list in a most efficient way, consolidate them all in one master list.
How to get started?
Find the right tool, other people find that simple notepad does the trick, other may want to use spiral notebook specially designed for tracking tasks.
Make it sure that your tool is portable, as to dos pop into your head, place to record them so make your tool you choose is portable.
Consolidate all your lists, once you are selected the right tools, gather all of your various to do lists and transfer all the task and items in your new master list.
Your daily action list:
Either the first thing in the morning or late in the evening review your master list, select the task, jobs and commitment that must be done on a day and transfer them to your daily action list.
By following these processes you will find that you’re more efficient, more on top of the task and that you are getting more done.
Children age 3 or 4, is very much her own person. He/she distinct likes and dislikes and the personality is developing more every day. He/she getting better and using words to express how the feeling, which is is means fewer tantrums. The mood may still change drastically from one moment to next, but it’s more likely to talk about being angry or sad rather than having a meltdown.
RULED OF EMOTIONS
3 years old is beginning to understand the emotion of his/her feeling, still has very little control over them. If he finds something funny he laughs hysterically. If something makes him feel sad or angry, he burst into tears. At this age your preschooler still has developed much impulse control, if he/she feel something he likely to act on it.
4 years old may use hitting, biting or pushing as way to solve conflicts; they simply do not understand the difference between appropriate and inappropriate interactions yet. A parent job is to teach children the right and wrong ways to express emotions and resolve problems with others.
5 years old, a child has made leap and bounds in her emotional development. She gotten much better and regulating her emotions and talk about her feeling easily. She has also gotten better at controlling her impulses. She patiently waits her turn and often asks first before taking something that isn’t hers. A 5 years old age much more likely to express her anger using words, rather than getting physical or throwing tantrum.
Our patio is badly needed a renovation. The patio floor tiles needed to be changed. It has stains and molds already that it looks nasty. I don’t know why it got that nasty, maybe because my friends and I hang out there a lot. It’s not that I am saying that we are very messy, though that sounds like it. Our patio is our favorite part of our house. I don’t know why.
I plan to have it renovated probably for the next couple of months, hopefully when the rainy season ends. For now I am contemplating on what kind of patio floor tiles I would get.
Toddler hood particularly vexing time for parents because this age which children start to become more independent and discover themselves as individual, yet they still have limited ability to communicate and reason. Here are some simple toddler discipline strategies to help make life easier for both you and your child.
#1 BE CONSISTENT, order and routine give young children a safe haven from what they view as overwhelming and unpredictable world. “When there are some predictability and routine, it makes children feel much more safe and secure and they then to be much more behaved and calm because they know what to expect”. Try to keep same schedule every day, which means having consistent nap times, mealtimes and bedtimes as well as time when your toddler is free to just run around and have fun. Consistency is also important when it comes to discipline. When you say “no hitting” the first time your child smack another child on the playground, you also need to say no hitting the second, third and fourth times your child does it.
#2 AVOID STRESSFUL SITUATIONS, by the time your children reach the toddler stage, you spent enough with them to know their triggers. The most common ones are hunger, sleepiness and quick change of venue. With little advance planning, you can avoid these potential meltdown scenarios and keep things relatively calm.
In order to help my girls to succeed in school, I started at the beginning by making sure that they are utilizing tools to know what they have due and when. It sounds simple, but they’re both in High School, and they both use a planner that I check nightly, which their teachers sign off on. This helps me to know what they have due each night and what tests are coming up, and helps the girls learn personal responsibility and accountability. If the planner is not signed, they do not get to do any after-school activities that day, including friends, tv, internet etc. That way there is an immediate consequence. If assignments are missing, then more privileges go out the door for a longer time. Structure is really helpful to some teens. Homework at our house is done at the dining room table always, so there’s none of that distracted, half-homework half-tv watching. Phones go off during homework time, as well as computers unless there is school work involved.
Just like adults, children also often lie to avoid punishment, because parents have the responsibility to model good behavior and teach children from wrong, it’s important to teach children to be truthful. When the child lies, use the situation as a way to teach the behavior you desire.
Make a plan for dealing with lying, determine a punishment for lying. A child of six or seven might lose television or computer privileges for a day or two. Talk to your child about lying so he or she understands the importance of being truthful. Talk about how important it is to tell the truth even if he or she fears consequences. Promise your child that if he or she tells the truth about a mistake you will not punish the child as harshly.
Avoid creating situation which a child will want to lie, example if you know that a child disobeyed you do not ask the child if he or she disobeyed you. This will tempt the child to lie to try to avoid punishment, instead approach the situation without putting the child in the position of fighting the temptation to lie and instead deal directly with disobedience.
Explain a child why you are punishing him or her when he lies, give the punishment for lying that you already discussed with your child. Give punishment for disobeying also. Make both punishments separate and make sure you explain the distinction to your child so he or she understands you’re punishing he or her both lying and disobeying.
My brother, who is setting up our music school, is planning to get a speaker just like his musicians friend electro voice speakers. I really don’t have much knowledge about speakers what I know is it is essential. I have my speakers on my office and home and I am pretty proud of what I’ve got. I am happy of the sound outcome.
I still want to gather some outside advice and insight about this. If you would like to suggest a nice speaker for our music school feel free to comment or send an email. We need expert input about all this musical stuff.
Love and mutual respect should be cornerstones of your relationship with your children. Using force to discipline your children can seriously harm the foundation of your relationship. A physical punishment can deter the development of the child self esteem and self control. Instead of implementing physical force, use positive disciplinary techniques that encourage respect and reasoning of your child.
Break past cycles of physical punishment, you’re not bound by punishment your parents employed or even you’re won past method of discipline. Work at staying calm, when the emotion is out of control you are more likely use to a force with your children. Try to understand the situation through a perspective of your child. Count one to ten before disciplining your child. Take a few moments to think about the circumstances and gather you’re though before the react to the behavior of your child.
Offer your children alternative poor behavior, instead of threatening corporal punishment to stop children from misbehaving, tell them they can participate for a desirable activity as soon as they start making better behavioral choices. Try constructive time out, tell your child that they need to take a break to think about how they can change their behavior and make different choices.
Encourage good behavior using positive rewards, display a sticker chart in your home and let your child place sticker on the chart each time they behave well. Offer stickers for particular chores, act of kindness or when you child exhibit positive attitudes, ignore attention seeking behavior, children sometimes behave poorly to garner attention.
In this day and age we really need to protect ourselves on identity thief. We should protect ourselves (like getting an rfid) on this kind of crime at all times. Good thing there are some ways to avoid it, you can look it up on line. Identity theft is somehow being overlooked at by some people. We should be vigilant about this because identity theft is a no-joke. Some people didn’t understand the seriousness of this crime until it has happened to them.
Needless to say that prevention is better than cure. So I just hope that people in the government also address this issue and resort some actions about this.