Each generation of parents has its own popular trends in parenting. Recently, around the world, the ideas of conscious parenting are gaining popularity. To comprehend their essence, you must first understand what awareness is.
What is mindfulness
In a world full of distractions, such as computers and mobile phones, it is very difficult to remain conscious. In everyday life, real chaos occurs in people’s thoughts. You can talk with the boss, but at the same time think about what to cook for dinner or what purchases to make on the way home. Many people are simply not able to focus on anything for more than a few minutes. Even trying to organize our work in such a way as to do things one by one, we mentally worry about what happened before or think about what we will do in the future. Continue reading
Many parents are afraid to take their child on trips if they have to fly. On a plane, a child may get sick, he may behave badly (especially if he is small), or any other problems may arise with him.
Consider a few recommendations on how to make the flight with the child as comfortable as possible.
Arrive at the airport in advance
Gathering in a hurry, you run the risk of being emotionally exhausted before the flight. If stress occurs at the beginning of the journey, then it is likely to persist until the end. In addition, it should be remembered that the excitement of parents is often transmitted to the child.
Therefore, try to avoid unnecessary stress and take more time to get to the airport. Make sure you have enough time to check in for a flight, buy food, go to the toilet with your child and other unplanned things. No matter how much time you need to get to the airport, plan one hour more. Continue reading
For adults, these activities may seem commonplace, but in the life of children they are of great importance. Consider a few activities that will surely make your child smile.
1. Make a pasta necklace with your child. If the child wants to give it to you, put it on and wear it at home.
2. Create a motto with your child (for example: “Never give up!”, “We can, we will do it!”, “We will succeed!”). Hang it on the refrigerator door. Each time a child feels discouraged, repeat this motto with him.
3. If you have several children, go for a walk with each of them separately. Take time in person for each child.
4. Put the note and small chocolate bar in the child’s school bag with breakfast. Continue reading