It is never too early to teach a child patience. Even infants and toddlers can learn to be patient in undesirable circumstances. Practice these strategies for modeling patience for your children as they get older.
Strong-willed children are often labeled "bossy," but what does that really mean? Is bossiness a trait that should be avoided? Learn how to help children through big feelings and develop strong social skills.
Power struggles are common when parenting young kids - but those struggles don't have to destroy your family life. By making a few simple adjustments to the way you act and react during stressful situations, parents can help their kids develop a strong sense of self-esteem and give them an age-appropriate amount of control.
It's interesting to look back now at how I used to view toys, especially with holidays coming up. I believed having a handful or two of toys was the way to go, otherwise, it was excessive, consumeristic, and not to mention I'd probably be spoiling my child by giving him every toy he asks for.
Gentle parenting motivates caregivers to stop themselves from being triggered by their children’s outbursts and breakdowns, instead focusing on collaboration, cooperation, and positive family relationships - all things that KeaBabies takes into consideration as they create new products to help families grow together.
As the number of positive cases of COVID-19 continues to fall, and more people have access to adequate healthcare and the vaccine, it might be time for your family to resume many of the activities that have been put on hold for the past year. Bridging the transition from home life to social activities will be an adjustment for everyone, but it might be a particularly challenging one for kids.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed family life for everyone. With all the changes happening in society, it’s understandable that both you and your children are experiencing heightened levels of anxiety and apprehension these days.