Children

No Children Allowed: Establishments Ban Children

A happy child who enjoys interacting and learning about the world will be noisy and rambunctious. “No Children Allowed” is a movement that’s attracted a lot of attention in recent years and is something that really concerns us. Hotels are now offering…

Teaching Your Children to Dream, not Fear

Teaching your children to dream doesn’t mean they can’t see life with objectivity and responsibility. This kind of education means that you allow them to have dreams that they want to achieve, and for them to feel free to create…

Your Siblings, the Best Friends You Never Chose

Friends are important people who are always by your side because, one way or another. Although we choose our friends, we don’t choose our siblings. Nonetheless, they can also be an important part of your life. Brothers and sisters can become…

The Value of Teaching Children to Say The Magic Words

The value of saying “thank you” and of treating another person with respect, and remembering to use the word “please” when you ask for something are noble things worth teaching children. It’s possible that you yourself are of a younger generation…

Simplicity is the Key to Educating Children

Educating children has changed a lot over the years. There are a lot more choices and resources available now that help open perspectives to a more promising future. Many Issues Begin in Childhood With so many things in excess right now,…

Hyper Parenting: A Way Create Unhappy Children

Hyper parenting is defined as the excessive lavishing of attention on your children. To some, it might seem like a means to an end, while to others it calls our entire education system for children into question. How can you…

20 Great Ways to Reuse Wooden Crates at Home

Wooden crates (like the kinds that contain fruit) are easy to reuse if you just use a little imagination. Because they’re made of durable materials there are plenty of interesting ways you can use them, in order to avoid having to…

Teach Children Happiness, not Perfectionism

Many parents confuse higher education and perfection as requirements for happiness. Raising a child isn’t just about getting them into the best school, teaching them to be fluent in three languages and having them look like little dolls in a…

Children Who Wet the Bed: Causes and Treatment

Wetting the bed is a common problem amongst children. Known by doctors and psychologists as nocturnal enuresis (or urinary incontinence), it happens when little ones cannot control their bladder and wet the bed whilst they sleep. There are also cases…

6 Steps to Heal Emotional Scars from Childhood

Painful experiences that occur throughout your life can take root deep down, but it’s important to heal emotional scars. For most people, it’s extremely difficult to deal with issues like breakups, divorce, betrayal, humiliation, neglect, and injustice. What is certain is…

How to Care for Children’s Hair

Children’s hair will usually change dramatically over time. When they are an infant it’s not uncommon for them to have very little hair, but before you know it, it’s thick and unruly. That’s why it’s a good idea to know…