Children have a vivid and wild imagination. This creativity is a vital tool in their social, emotional and physical development. Imaginative play is crucial for young children. When your child uses their imagination they are also learning how to work through scenarios and abstract concepts. This type of learning experience helps mold your child’s sense of self and how they should behave and act in different situations.
Your little baby is not so little anymore. As your child grows and their mind develops, they blossom into their own personality. You will notice that your child portrays characteristics and traits unique to their own self. This is all great and wonderful in the world of parenthood. However, this new recognition of self tends to trigger an obstacle. The Toddler Tantrums. Yes, as your child begins to gain independence they also wish to exercise it. With independence comes a few, “Oh, honey that is not for you.” or “We don’t touch those.”, to which you are rewarded with a full on tantrum. So, lets chat about How to Tame Your Toddler Tantrums for Good!
Guest Post by the lovely: Nicki Marie
It’s no secret that new things are invented every single day. Technology is rapidly increasing. Most of the aforementioned technology is pretty productive and allow us to perform tasks much more efficiently. For example, there was once a time when we used an alarm clock, a radio, a camera, a telephone, a calculator – However, now all you need to buy is a Smartphone and you are all set. How times have changed in the modern era.
Letter Of Love
This letter is to my children. An opportunity to express the love I have for them and our family. I am so grateful to be blessed with such treasures. Although, not entirely fancy or rich, I find our home and family wealthy with love. Quite quaint may we be, we still find the joy in it all.