Are you ready to be a Father, Again?
>The work isn’t double. It’s exponential!
Not the most encouraging words from a friend after having their second child.
Especially when I had started getting used to the idea of being a family of 3. Three’s a good number I thought. The whole family fits on a single row of an airplane flight.
Kids & Cats — 5 reasons they're a good mix
1) You’re no longer your kid’s center of attention You’ll now have some extra time to do something you like.
2) They find hilarious ways to entertain themselves — and you as well
They’ll find unique ways to play together.
How to not raise a crybaby
Some children when first walking barefoot on sand may immediately start crying. Others, though weirded out may just wiggle their toes (and perhaps try to give a taste test).
As parents we can help determine whether a child will cry when faced with an an obstacle ‑VS- a child who’ll shrug off a fall or persevere a bit longer before getting frustrated.
Help your toddler learn to count by playing basketball
My son’s currently in the “I want to be big” phase.
I want to be big so I can:
- tie my shoes
- eat hot sauce (I love Sriracha)
Time flies. Before I know it he’ll be doing all those things (and more). But one thing he’s been stumbling a bit with is counting.