Lesson My Son Taught Me on Perseverance

I had a jolly phonics Dvd which I haven’t played for about 3 years. I stumbled on it last week and played it but it didn’t play. So yesterday my six year old wanted to watch it Him: mom can I play jolly phonic CD Mom: No, its faulty. Him: but let me just try it. Mom:No Him: pleaseeeeeeeee Mom: OK He tried several times and the DVD player kept ejecting the DVD. Interestingly, this boy didn’t give up. I told him to play something else. He said no, mom. Don’t worry, I will still try. Suddenly after this statement. […]

Son’s First Milk Tooth Fall Story

My almost six year old son lost his first milk tooth this morning, November 7, 2017. We are sitting on the sofa gisting. Son : Mum if all my teeth get to fall off that means I won’t brush again. (smiles) Me: Yea!!!(smiles) And you wouldn’t be able to eat again too. (the boy gives me with surprise and disatified look) Son: ‘Don’t say that,’ mom. (with a smile) Me: smiles πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€ too. intentionalparentingis😎 #memiors #allkidsareborngenius #developyourchildsgenius #maximiseyourkidspotentials #homeschooling #icanteachmykids

My Very Conversation With My Son’s on Elections.

momsdiary Today I read aloud to my children and we used elections as the theme while picking our books for read aloud today. It’s was such an amazing time😍. I truly appreciate the value read aloud affords me from the comfort of my bed( yea, that’s our favorite reading corner) The book is about a female character who dreamed to become president of Untied States of America. The book highlights what it takes to become president and the functions of a president. . . . . . So we began reading and I asked my children, who would like to […]

The Read Aloud Legacy

My son sat on the couch reading a book, suddenly he kept the book and he seemed deep in thoughts. When he saw me come close, he spoke up. Son: You know what! Me: What dear? Son: I would always have books, because i will be reading to my kids. (he said this smiling profusely) Me: Yes dear. ….smiling. and you would also buy yours too. Son: Okay mom. (And he continued reading) This was quite interesting to me. My six year old just informed me that the read aloud legacy would be passed down to the next generation.πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€. What […]

Fun Teddy Dress up Pretend Play Ideas

Its Teddies dedication day. Creating memories with the children would ease of a lot of tension in your parenting and you will get to know them and bond with them. I put some of their old clothes in a box and invited my children to dress their teddies for Teddy dedication/naming ceremony. They do pretend plays by themselves but I decided to get involved and put a theme around it, in order to maximize that learning opportunity. It was such a exciting time. They changed clothes about 3 times backed them and front carried them. fed them, played with them. […]

Why parents should quit worrying, what to do instead.

Parenting can be a roller coaster every time. It always seems there is absolutely no time to take a pause. This often makes you feel inadequate or seem ineffective. The pauses are necessary for appraisal and strategy. Worrying never gets anything done yet it consumes a lot of energy.It takes time : Alot of parents always want super express results. But hey, it doesn’t work like that. See parenting as a case of sowing and reaping. No seed germinates immediately. Put a tab on why you are worrying . Often we are comparing our children. Worrying never got anything done. […]

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