Obviously you can't go out on the street and make friends on behalf of your little ones. "Wanna come to my house to play with my kids?" that comes across as just plain creepy... What you can do is foster social and emotional intelligence in your children that will allow your child to make friends and keep them.
This is a loaded question and if you lean too far to one side or the other you're bound to offend someone. It's quite fortunate then, that like most of life the answer isn't completely black and white. Should you parent boys and girls differently? Yes and no. Boys need to be raised in a nurturing environment.
Empty threats and hollow or broken promises are the two biggest communication killers that can collapse even the most solid relationships. Today we're going to break down these two relationship breakers. We will discuss their composition, why we unwittingly do them, and most importantly how to avoid it in the future.
Child care is somewhat of an inevitability for many working parents. If you've got willing grandparents then you're one of the blessed few. For the rest of us, we're left on our own to go about picking the right child care facility. There are a few major red flags that you'll need to be on the lookout for.
It's a simple fact that kids love to play. Whether that means singing songs, drawing pictures, or dragging out that gigantic bin of toys that may or may not be gathering dust while your child favors something a bit more electronic in nature. The value of educational toys for toddlers can't be overstated.