Today digital parenting for working moms has become more challenging. Moms have to be tech-savvy in such a way that they should have complete information about the technology and gadgets. Working moms have to be more tech-savvy than their kids and teens otherwise there are chances that they cannot meet with the digital requirements in order to perform digital parenting along with the monitoring solutions to the fullest.
One can never be too prepared to be a parent. No matter how much anyone admits to be set for motherhood and fatherhood, something (in case of kids, someone) comes along, reducing everything that you are as “inexperienced”. The author, a mother of three daughters, shares a few crazy characteristics that actually work as a parent, gathered from her own experience and other parents’ encounter of the “little” kind.
How many tips on parenting do parents really need? As in the seemingly endless opportunities in parental growth, mothers and fathers alike should keep their minds open to new suggestions. The author, a modern mother-of-three millennials, continues with five more pointers. This is part two of her list.
For modern day parents who hope to make ends (and timing) meet, we have consulted every blog post, every Pinterest board, Google suggestion, Yahoo answer, and friendlier advice that do not require technology. But then of course, parenthood challenges are unique in every household. Here are a few more, as experienced by the author, which might lend another parent’s hand.
Cowlicks are inherent to humans and animals. Having two cowlicks is believed to be a sign of a person’s imminent bad behavior. Behavior is actually influenced by different factors. For a child to develop good behavior, it is his parents’ duty to raise him properly.
Instilling discipline into a child’s mind should not be done through corporal punishment. Beat a child and he will simply grow up in pain and bearing bitterness until he grows up. You don’t need to hurt or hit a child in order to teach him what is good and bad.