ESSENTIAL MORAL VALUES

esha

Nov 22 2017 Comments

A parent is a child's support system. To make the child what we want them to be when they grow up, certain essential moral values need to be inculcated. Let us see what are the basic moral values that every child should learn, and how a parent can help them know these.

Child Discipline

Aug 30 2016 Comments

While growing up we all had to follow certain rules and guidelines given by our parents. Being raised in such environment, we tend to think that those rules were there to discipline us and we use the same rules with our child.

Overprotective Parents

Aug 30 2016 Comments

Parents learn parenting with the growth of their child. It can be described in many books and articles but still it won’t be enough for every child. Something or the other information might be new in every case. In order to provide the perfect environment, some parents overdo the whole parenting process. Instead of enjoying, teaching and caring for their child they burden and restrict their knowledge.

The Piggy Bank of Time

Aug 30 2016 Comments

Travelling through a small town, I came across a clay piggy bank, like the kind we used to have when I was little. I hadn’t seen them in a long time. It appears they don’t make them anymore. But I thought it would be fun to have.

Eating Meals during Pregnancy

Aug 30 2016 Comments

First of all, meal portions should be frequent and small, roughly the size of palm of your hand. While it is not a good idea to overeat, a pregnant woman should be eating enough to provide fuel to her baby. One of the worst things a pregnant woman can do is to starve during the day and then eat one big meal at night. 

Secrets of getting your Kids to Love what you make

Aug 30 2016 Comments

As a parent you are responsible for what your child eats and not your child. Left to the child, he will want to eat only junk foods since he loves their taste. But you cannot raise your hands and say my child does not eat anything. You will have to work a little hard and convert your finicky, fussy eaters to love what you make for them.

Your Child’s First Day at School

Aug 30 2016 Comments

Remember the day when you first held your child in your hands, time flies! It’s been three years and now they will cross another milestone. Taking their first step to school, it’s a big day for both you and your child. For the kid it is completely a different planet.

Our Children are beyond Comparison

Aug 30 2016 Comments

If I asked you, which is the most beautiful flower in the world, it’s likely you would answer: “Sorry, but your question is absurd, as all the flowers are beautiful. The one I choose as my favourite depends only upon personal preference, and surely we might never agree.”

Motivate your Child to Learn

Aug 30 2016 Comments

Children will only be interested to learn new things if it is fun. Teaching is not enough they also need motivation for learning. Shouting and threatening will only scare them. To motivate, parents should start interacting with them first. Talking to your child about everyday routine will let you know what they like to think and work.

What is the Cause of Childhood Obesity?

Aug 30 2016 Comments

Changing food patterns and modern day living: These are the main triggers in the rise of obesity. For many parents divided between multiple tasks, work and house management, it is more convenient to provide a quick meal for their children.

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  • ESSENTIAL MORAL VALUES

    A parent is a child's support system. To make the child what we want them to be when they grow up, certain essential moral values need to be inculcated. Let us see what are the basic moral values that every child should learn, and how a parent can help them know these.

    esha

    Nov 22 2017
  • Child Discipline

    While growing up we all had to follow certain rules and guidelines given by our parents. Being raised in such environment, we tend to think that those rules were there to discipline us and we use the same rules with our child.

    Aug 30 2016
  • Overprotective Parents

    Parents learn parenting with the growth of their child. It can be described in many books and articles but still it won’t be enough for every child. Something or the other information might be new in every case. In order to provide the perfect environment, some parents overdo the whole parenting process. Instead of enjoying, teaching and caring for their child they burden and restrict their knowledge.

    Aug 30 2016