Holiday Parenting Ideas For Working Moms Of Preschoolers

Are you ready to survive the approaching flood of holidays, starting from Christmas and going all the way up to winter holidays? Do you have it in you to sail through the holidays with your sanity intact? Keeping your on-vacation preschooler’s occupied for the five-week holiday frenzy is a mission in itself, especially for today’s … Continue reading Holiday Parenting Ideas For Working Moms Of Preschoolers

Top 5 Discipline Mistakes Made By Working Moms

“Motherhood is a beautiful stage in a woman's journey”. But motherhood doesn't come with an instruction list, I being a working mom went through a very difficult time disciplining my kid. Here are top 5 discipline mistakes that all moms make and ways to improve it: 1. Disciplining your child when you are angry - … Continue reading Top 5 Discipline Mistakes Made By Working Moms

5 Nifty Ways to Prepare Your Child for Preschool

Getting in the preschool mode is a bit of an adjustment for every child and for the parents as well. However, to make this transition easier you can do some simple things at home. These nifty ideas develop their sense of independence and flexibility. Everything else will follow over time. These ideas are in fact … Continue reading 5 Nifty Ways to Prepare Your Child for Preschool

How to Talk With Angry Kids – A Lesson In Body Language

It was the time when we started receiving complaints of our son fighting with his playmates at his preschool; I knew I had to be more attentive and watchful towards him. This was the time when my son was also learning to cope up with his anger, and he needed his parent’s help the most. … Continue reading How to Talk With Angry Kids – A Lesson In Body Language