Wednesday, 25 April 2018

Voltage Fluctuations


Everybody must have experienced voltage fluctuations in our homes and at few times fluctuation is so high that electronic devices can’t bear the fluctuation and are destroyed.

Similar to voltage fluctuations are our mood fluctuations, which are commonly called as mood swings. In this 22nd part of our series of #ParentingIntangibleWonder lets discuss, the mood fluctuations and its effects.

Tuesday, 24 April 2018

Unfair Comparison


Our parenting lessons just can’t be complete with this post on uniqueness of every child.

Every child has an inherent quality and this can be clearly seen among the contrasting nature of even the siblings. Their likes, dislikes, favourite food or color dosen’t match at all. If one easily makes friends while the other find some time to mingle.

Monday, 23 April 2018

Tantrum


Our 20th chapter in #ParentingIntangibleWonder series deals with tantrum and it’s effect. If you are thinking only children have tantrum and we adults manage things accordingly, then my friends you are half correct because even adults have tantrums and kids deal with it. Only difference is that kids can’t manage or explain us but we as adults manage their tantrums and sometimes play harsh on their unwanted demands.

Yes, friends it’s only that adults name their tantrums as habit, behavior, or so called their need to survive. Lets see few simple situations where we adults show our tantrum triat as kids.

Sunday, 22 April 2018

Adaption is easier with Pearson

World gets smaller when we are able to communicate with others in a splash of second, the same closeness gets converted into depth of ocean if we are unable to communicate.

Need of Communication

Saturday, 21 April 2018

Sound Sleep


Sleep and its importance in children and parent life is one the important aspect to deal with. You maybe wondering what is rocket science in this feature but let me tell you in this 19th part of the series #ParentingIntangibleWonder that SLEEP has few nuances and if done with few conditions then there is a magical transformation in child.

Yes, sleep is important part of our daily routine and most important for children too. It is advisable that children aged from 2-7 years sleep for 11-12 hours and 7-12 for 9-10 hours. Sleep is required rest by the body and mind, or one can say system reboots after a GOOD sleep. How one gains from a sleep is the key? Do you find child irritated after sleep or you meet an energetic child after sleep? Why contrasting outputs by same hours of sleep you may wonder.

Friday, 20 April 2018

Rejection


Lets hover over our 18th topic on how to teach the kids to handle rejections? This is among the pivotal lesson that every child should be taught.

We have seen many children getting annoyed or rather get very cranky when they lose a game or a competition. It is human nature where each one want to be at the top of the ladder, but that is not possible; sometimes we win and sometimes we loose. But the main prospect is to deal with the rejection with grace.