When you become a parent 🤩, you get a lot of parenting advice. Some of it is outdated or even hilarious. Once in a while, though, you’re given advice that’s actually good. Here is a list of great parenting advice with our favourite akin to being on the battlefield. 😂
“During the newborn stage 👶, my husband’s favorite thing to say was ‘Survive and advance.’ Basically, take one day at a time. Don’t worry about anything out of your control. Feed, change, sleep. It was our mantra for our second. And his favorite advice for other new parents.” —Elizabeth D.
Hope you find a morsel that resonates with you as well.
Fun Fact: An apple, potato and onion all taste the same if you eat them with your nose plugged and eyes shut!
If you were to blindfold yourself and plug your nose, you wouldn’t be able to taste the difference between these three foods!
Your sense of taste and smell work together to produce the flavours that end up in your mouth! As you chew, you force air through your nose which carries along with the smell of the food. Without this connection, you would not be able to grasp complex flavours.👃👅
Also, when you are able to see what you are about to eat, your brain prepares you by expecting the taste of the food. Which is why you might taste a sour taste in your mouth just by looking at sour food!🍋 ... See MoreSee Less
The Build your own Ukulele Camp is back once again this June Holidays! Don’t let your child miss out on this amazing camp that incorporates simple building and designing along with learning to play the Ukulele!
Campers will get to assemble a fully functional ukulele and add their personal touch by designing and painting the body of the Ukulele. They will then learn how to hold the Ukulele and play basic chords and strumming patterns!
Let your child try something different this school holiday and pick up a new skill today!
Tantrums! Complete meltdown! Crying, wailing and thrashing on the floor. 👶😅
Most toddlers will have tantrums between the ages of one and three. (And some extend beyond that age as well) And while temper tantrums are not a pleasant experience for parents, they are nonetheless a normal part of toddler development.🤗🤭
Learn about the effective ways to handle the temper tantrums that can help to eliminate the behavior rather than reinforce the bad behavior. Hint: Ignoring the child during their temper tantrum is one of the best techniques to discourage temper tantrums so get ready for some tough love!👶👨👩👧👦🌈
And while there is no magic cure for temper tantrums, there are also parenting behavior that can help reduce or minimize the occurrence of toddler tantrums. Some of these parenting behaviors include spending quality time with their child, praising good behavior that the child exhibits, and ensuring that the child gets plenty of food and sleep.
So if you are currently facing this issue with your little one. Help is here!