From the moment you land on this kind of post, you can tell: there's no way someone will write about this kind of thing if they haven't lived through it. It's just not a topic you carelessly dab into, hoping to make someone feel better or increase your website's traction. It's just not possible. Therefore, … Continue reading How To Survive With Your Baby In The Hospital
Let's admit it - feeding your child with five spoonfuls of food he or she propels out instead of swallowing (after carefully stashing it deep down the throat first, it seems!) is infuriating. I've been insanely proud of my little one who doesn't seem to follow this pattern of behavior. However, he tends to have … Continue reading How To (Calmly) Deal With Food Spitting Toddlers
"Leave that alone! Or I swear I'll..." This kind of sentence, in combination with an angry parent's face, is supposed to be the norm when it comes to raising children - according to many who have gotten through it far more times than I did. However, if experience is the only thing that truly matters … Continue reading Yelling At Tiny Children Is Futile Business, And Here’s Why
Get off your computer or I'll take it away! I didn't buy you a phone so you could stare at games all day! Games are nothing but violence and profanity. You won't be spending time doing that while you're under my roof! If you're aged between 20 and 40, these phrases have most likely played … Continue reading Parents Who Game: Millennial’s Aberration Or Foreseeable Future?
Recently, I wrote an article about the importance of self-care for all parents, however underestimated it may be. When it comes to putting this mindset into practice, though, we often fail. There always seems to be something more important, something that pops up unexpectedly, and that needs to be dealt with straight away. Day by … Continue reading 3 Models Of Creating “Me” Time: Which One Is Yours?