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„Erziehung vererbt sich“ Frau Gebhardt, die wenigsten Eltern heute kennen den vermutlich erfolgreichsten Erziehungs-Bestseller Deutschlands mit einer Gesamtauflage von über 1,2 Millionen Exemplaren … Ja, das ist „Die Mutter und ihr erstes Kind“, geschrieben von der Ärztin Johanna Haarer, einer fünffachen Mutter … … und überzeugten Nationalsozialistin.

„Erziehung vererbt sich“

Als das Buch 1934 erschien, hieß es auch noch „Die deutsche Mutter und ihr erstes Kind“. Nach dem Krieg hat sie ihr Buch einfach von NS-Vokabular bereinigt, und dann ist es bis 1987 aufgelegt worden, natürlich immer wieder in leicht überarbeiteter Version. Ich denke, am Ende hat es sich nicht mehr besonders gut verkauft, aber in der Gesamtzahl ist die eine Hälfte der Auflage während des Krieges und die andere nach dem Krieg verkauft worden. Das bedeutet: Unsere Eltern sind damit noch großgezogen worden. Ich bin damit noch großgezogen worden! Aber Ihre Mutter hat die Ratschläge beherzigt? Inwiefern, glauben Sie, wirkt sich dieses Erbe auf die Gegenwart aus? Richtig. Ja. Dear Daughter: I Hope Your Journey Will Be Different. To my daughter: I have been waiting for you.

Dear Daughter: I Hope Your Journey Will Be Different

Since I was a little girl toting around a baby doll, I have been practicing to be your mommy. I have dreamed about reading you bedtime stories and tucking you in. Your perfect eyes and warm smile, I’ve pictured them in my mind countless times. Motherhood: All That I Am, The Good And The Bad. I have been that mother—the really focused, engaged, loving mother who was all in, enjoying every speck of every second of motherhood.

Motherhood: All That I Am, The Good And The Bad

I have had days of basking in the moment and wanting it to last forever. I have been her, all of her. Welcome to Safely Ever After, Inc. Das Kinderkrippen Lügen-Szenario. Wo sind all die „modernen Väter“? Hilferuf eines einsamen Vaters in Elternzeit. Philipp teilt sich die Elternzeit mit seiner Freundin und verbringt sieben Monate mit seinem Sohn zu Hause – und verzweifelt zunehmend daran, im Baby-Schwimmen, beim Pekip und auf dem Spielplatz der einzige Mann weit und breit zu sein.

Wo sind all die „modernen Väter“? Hilferuf eines einsamen Vaters in Elternzeit

Bei uns schreibt er darüber, was sich ändern muss. Brüssel-Terror: Wie man mit Kindern über Anschläge spricht. Meine knapp acht Jahre alte Tochter darf jeden Abend die "Logo"-Kindernachrichten im Kika sehen.

Brüssel-Terror: Wie man mit Kindern über Anschläge spricht

Am Dienstagabend saß ich selbstverständlich neben ihr auf dem Sofa. This Is Motherhood When You're Expecting Your Second Child Scary Mommy. BraunS / iStock To my friend, a (soon-to-be) momma of two, I’m writing this to you, not because I think I know everything about motherhood (or anything, for that matter) but because I see you, thinking all the thoughts, trying to figure it out.

This Is Motherhood When You're Expecting Your Second Child Scary Mommy

How is it possible to take care of two active little bodies? Motherhood: All That I Am, The Good And The Bad Scary Mommy. Gender (In)Equality: What About The Boys? Scary Mommy. Image via Shutterstock I recently read an article about two moms who, frustrated with the lack of variety in girls’ clothing, created a clothing line featuring rocket ships, trains and dinosaurs, among other prints — all designs that can typically only be found in the boys’ section of a clothing store.

Gender (In)Equality: What About The Boys? Scary Mommy

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below This got me thinking. When We Stop Being Excited to Wake Up - Mom Babble - Mom Babble. Written by Rachel E.

When We Stop Being Excited to Wake Up - Mom Babble - Mom Babble

Bledsoe The clock reads 4:42 a.m. and the booming screams flood our hallway. I don’t need an alarm clock anymore. “Mama! Daddy! He’s right, he is up. We put on the new, drier pull-up undies when he decides he wants the ones with Mickey Mouse. I Ignore The News to Stay Sane as a Mom Scary Mommy. Image via Shutterstock In the months after I had my first child, I was plagued by a variety of gruesome visions.

I Ignore The News to Stay Sane as a Mom Scary Mommy

I’d be walking down the stairs, holding my son in a blanket, and picture myself falling and smashing our heads into the wall at the bottom. I’d be driving to Target with him in the backseat and picture a head-on collision at 50mph. Challenge Accepted: Raising a Wild One. Raising a spirited child is a blessing and a challenge.

Challenge Accepted: Raising a Wild One.

They have this beautiful resilience about them and we know in our hearts that this will be vital in adulthood, but we are caught in this balancing act we call parenting. On the best of days, I am in awe of my wild one. He is imaginative, compassionate and downright determined. Husband rants online that his stay-at-home wife is too costly for him (8 Photos) The only reason to get married. I have a son and daughters. I also have my own private nightmare. It’s the moment when my wonderful daughter — who I carried in my arms, whose diapers I changed and with whom I marveled at the lights outside during the night — brings home some, pardon my French, idiot and will say: «Daddy, this one is going to live with us now.»

Meaning, live with us and sleep with her. I am almost certain, for some reason, that this intruder will be scruffy, poor and ill-mannered, that he’ll have long disheveled hair and his attitude towards my baby girl will be not at all as chivalrous as I’ve hoped. Oh, and he’ll have a whole bunch of disgusting habits. "We are torturing new mothers." Torturing new mothers? Who does that? Well, as a society, we all do. Love In The Time Of Colic Scary Mommy. AzmanL / iStock The newborn period is magical. I’ve even heard people call it a “babymoon”—like a honeymoon, only with your babe instead of your spouse. Those first weeks and months are all about sweet bonding, gazing at the miracle of life sleeping peacefully in your arms, and falling madly in love with your child. Unless you have a colicky baby, that is. When you have a colicky baby, there is no babymoon. 12 Wahrheiten übers Elternsein. Bullshit-Free Newborn 101 Scary Mommy.

Wavebreakmedia / Shutterstock Between the bazillion pregnancy-and-baby books and the bazillion pregnancy-and-baby blogs and websites, there’s no shortage of “Newborn 101” tips for soon-to-be-mothers. Sleep when your baby sleeps. Nurse 8 to 12 times a day. Accept all offers of help. Stock your freezer before your due date. 14 Things Babies Just Don't Understand Scary Mommy. Hans Kim / Shutterstock You’d think after the 342nd time of trying to explain that I really need to sleep another half hour, please an thank you, that I’d be met with some understanding. Oh wait, I’m reasoning with a baby. I guess that means I’m insane.

But living with a tiny tyrant who can’t understand a word you say can do that to a person. And since infant sign language doesn’t get much more complex than “potty” and “eat,” we’re both going to be a little frustrated for a while. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below 1. Wie ich Vater wurde - die Geburt aus Papa-Sicht. Kindernachrichten erklären Attentat in Paris - Familie.de. 10 Lesser-Known Parenting Challenges Scary Mommy. Tanya Little / Shutterstock Parenting is really hard. It uses every ounce of mental and physical energy I have, every day. Sure, I knew about the big child-rearing ordeals before we had kids: the sleep deprivation, the early-morning wake-ups, the difficulty of saving for college. But there are also a lot of smaller issues, things that no one told me about pre-kids, that test my patience and resolve every day. Below, 10 lesser-known parenting challenges. The Fable of the Fat Mom - Mom Babble - Mom Babble.

Written by MOTHERfluff Once upon a time, there was a mother too embarrassed to play with her children in public. She didn’t go down the slide with her toddler. She didn’t volunteer at her son’s field day. She didn’t take her kids to the annual Easter Egg Hunt. And she would never sat in the grass, discovering lady bugs with her boys. Because she was fat. If she sat in the grass, her stomach burst over her pants. Alltag mit Kind: Die Einsamkeit berufstätiger Mütter - BRIGITTE MOM. Farewell Mittagsschlaf: ein Nachruf. Wir haben uns nur zweieinhalb Jahre gekannt, aber in dieser kurzen Zeit bist du mir unglaublich ans Herz gewachsen – auch wenn wir uns meist nur am Wochenende gesehen haben.

Du warst für mich eine Insel in stürmischer See, eine kühles Kölsch mitten in der trockensten Wüste, ein echtes Kleinod. Du warst immer für mich da, wenn ich dich brauchte: zwar nur ganze vier Partien FIFA 15 lang, aber trotzdem eine unerschöpfliche Energiequelle für Stunden voller Rollenspiel, Spielplatz-Action und Einkaufs-Stress. Du hast mir Türen geöffnet – nicht nur zum dann ausnahmsweise wirklich stillen Örtchen, sondern auch zu einer entspannten Tasse Kaffee oder einem unbeobachteten Griff in den Süßigkeitenschrank. Du warst ein treuer Freund in bewegten Zeiten. Broadway Star Defends Mom Who Brought Autistic Child To Show Scary Mommy.

Broadway actor Kelvin Moon Loh posted a very passionate message to his Facebook page last week, right after he walked off the stage from a matinee performance of The King And I. An autistic child had disrupted the performance and Loh was angry and sad… because of the reaction of the audience. Loh explained the setting in the theatre that day: a young boy yelping in what Loh perceived as “terror.”

He could hear from the stage the audience murmuring about the removal of the mother and child. He recalled hearing people say, “Why would you bring a child like that to the theater,” to which his reaction was, “This is wrong. The „Terrible Twos“ oder wie Zweijährige Eltern an ihre Grenzen bringen können. Hochsensibilität (Teil 2) – hochsensible Kinderanerkennung-sozial.de - Anerkennungskultur und Soziale Arbeit.

Dies ist der zweite Teil einer dreiteiligen Reihe über Hochsensibilität. In diesem Beitrag zeige ich, wie Eltern erkennen können, ob ihr Kind hochsensibel ist und was es bedeutet, mit einem hochsensiblen Kind zusammenzuleben. Für alle Mütter! Top 6 Wines That Pair Best With Your Child’s Crappy Behavior. Epic News for Parents. There is a lot of science that goes behind deciding which wine goes best with your chicken, seafood or steak dinner, but what if I was to tell you which wine would go best with the kind of day you experienced? The data is out, and studies now show that certain wines pair up best with different parenting situations and child behavior.

The world’s most renown wine sommeliers have released this list exclusively to us at Life as a Rambling Redhead. Lucky for you, we are kind enough to share this life-changing knowledge. Parents everywhere are rejoicing. We just want what’s best for your sanity. 14 Geheimrezepte in Sachen Erziehung, die jede Mutter kennen sollte. Why I Don't Love You Like I Used To Scary Mommy.

When We're Not Together - One Mother to Another. Was bedeutet ÜZ? : Forum Kinderwunsch - goFeminin. Beruf und Familie: "Zu Hause war ich diese Woche gar nicht" Väter: "Wir sind noch zu feige" You Won't Remember, But I Will - One Mother to Another. 5 Mommy Wars That Just Aren't Worth the Fight. I’m Not Taking A Break. I’m Breaking. 24 People Who Are Really Nailing This Parenting Thing. My Child Plays With A Tablet At Restaurants. Dear Perfect Mom In The Facebook Comments. DFV_2_2015_Web.pdf. Familien: Kleine Kinder sind nicht flexibel. Betreungsgeld Diskussion. Christian Ulmen im Interview über Männlichkeit. Muttermilch: Weib, du sollst stillen! - NZZ NZZ am Sonntag. 11 Topics Guaranteed To Ignite Mommy Wars. Geschenke-Ideen für jedes Kinderalter. 8 After-Pregnancy Side Effects I Still Suffer From. The Childless Sunday Vs. The Mom Sunday. Aufbewahren statt Trösten: Der Betreuungsschlüssel in unseren Kitas. Digitale Familie : Hurra, es ist ein YouTuber!

Familie und Beruf: Die Lüge von der Vereinbarkeit - Erfolg - WirtschaftsWoche. Ich hätte dich fast verloren. Brief an mein Baby - 2KindChaos - der Familien Blog aus Mama und Papa Sicht. You Just Broke Your Child. Congratulations. Taboo Topics: Parents of Young Children – Meet Steve Wiens. NEIN!!! Die Logikfalle. Autonomiephase revisited - Mama notes.

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