#bbcreatorsclubmom #dailyparenting Naman throwing tantrums ....Playing all the time ....
Don't want to study ...❤️🐈❤️🐈 ❤️ #toddlermoms
11 Feb 2020
The definition of family is individual and each is important. Strong families appear in different ways, shapes and forms. I would like to tell you some characteristics of strong families which I'm witnessing throughout my parenting phase.
• Commitment : This is particularly important in co- parenting families. Reassure your children it is OK to love all of their parents and siblings; don't make them feel guilty.
• Appreciation : Teach and use appreciative language and gestures. Children learn from adult examples.
• Communication : Keep your communication positive, listen to all opinions and don't forget to lighten the mood with laughter when tensions are running high.
• Time together : Mealtime is a great place to start. Include family members in Menu planning, Shopping and Food preparation.
• Spiritual wellness : Share your views about your beliefs and why they are important to you.
• Crisis and Stress : Be mindful of how others in the family feel when things are stressful. Encourage family members to work together and share feelings when the going gets tough.
#madewithlove#mwl#BBCreatorClub Its most amazing when your kid starts talking, it all sounds so cute and you get so much pleasure just by listening to those miss pronounced and broken words. Its a milestone in a kids life that every parent awaits eagerly. Each kid is different and starts talking at a different time, but what is important is that they speak clearly. For that to happen I made sure that i did not distort words like tum tum for stomach and and jumpee for jump. I used words that were easy to use and kept them pure as much as i could. Where ever i found words that were bigger or difficult to pronounce i asked my kids to find a name for them.
And they came up with some very interesting ones... When they did this i thought i should write them down and keep them as memory sake. I have not started illustrating them and will soon share the full a to z with you all.
We speak Hindi, english, marwari, marathi at home. The kids speak tamil at school and elder one goes for french classes too. Right now my younger one might not be able to speak all but he speaks clear and communicates well. And i personally found that reciting sanskrit helps in better pronouncing ability so have start with my younger one too and his speech is not getting clearer . #Ram is soon going to be 3 yes old and start a formal.school.
What words from your kids make you smile ?? Do they also give funny names to mundane things ??