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Though it is OK to give in once in a while to the children’s wishes, most children feel secure in an environment with boundaries, where rules are gently but firmly enforced and negative behavior not encouraged. This is necessary for their healthy emotional development. Here are five discipline strategies that work: 1. Eldercare isn’t a fatigue…live their second childhood - Care Corner. I heard that “caregiver’s fatigue” fits well with eldercare.
If I’m asked what’s the hardest thing to do on this planet, “parenting” and “care giving” would be my answer. I remember my neighbor, when I lived in Toronto. The octogenarian rang me just to say, “I had a wonderful shower”. She was also thinking, if she should tip the man…lolzz. I suggested her to do so, only if she felt good. She has such a poor sight. Eldercare is fun like childcare. Still it’s good to know that there’s a soul to whom you make a good friend. Handling an elderly woman is a task, but you’re her partner in crime. Simple Methods to Baby-proof your Home - Care Corner. Simple methods to baby-proof your home is an important part of baby care; care and safety should be introduced especially in garages, sheds and kitchens which are not only places of excitement for the toddler with grown-up things, but also hiding places.
Baby proofing your home protects your toddler from trouble and danger. Here are a few methods to baby-proof your home: The mass storage facility in the garage/shed should be organized as it could be a dangerous place for children that venture into it; this is especially true of toddlers and young children who should be prevented from any trips, cuts and or a trip to A&E. It is common to have shelves and racks in garages/sheds as storage space for everyday household paints, plant posts, tools, tools, and brushes; it could pose a danger that climb on it. Hide items of interest to young children and reduce their temptation; ensure that the storage is full to deter toddlers from climbing. Image Courtesy: Google. What is a high chair? Should I get one for my kid? - Care Corner. A question asked by most parents is whether they should get high chairs for their child; my answer would be in the affirmative.
High chairs that are comfortable and secure with harnesses at the proper position and height make feeding easy for parents. Swimming with your child - What to do and what not to do - Care Corner. I am sure you would love to let your child experience the fun of water; though it may seem like an expedition, it is worth the trouble as it not only helps improve the confidence of the baby, but also helps him/her to tire out and get good quality sleep.
Water could be a positive experience for the child when we as parents know what to do and what to avoid with the baby. All about the dos and don’ts of the swimming experience: Let the baby experience the pleasure of water before being introduced to the pool; start off by taking a bath with him/her, allowing the baby to feel the trickling running water over him/her. Ensure that you maintain eye contact and smile and laugh as you do so. Start the swimming experience as early as possible as there is no need to be immunized; get them to the pool when you feel ready. Remember to always put a swim nappy on your little one before entering the pool; they are required at public pools, and a good idea for the home pool as well.