Suffering an injury can be stressful and upsetting. This is even more so the case if it happens to your child. However, rather than sit back and accept what has happened, you can make a claim for compensation if the incident was not your child’s fault. This money can go in a trust fund until your child is 18-years-old, as well as being used to help with their recovery and any other costs relating to their injuries. With that being said, read on to discover some of the things you need to do if your child has been injured.Continue reading “What To Do When Your Child Has Been Injured”
The home is an important place for anyone in any stage of their life, but in many ways it is especially so for children, young and teenage. As long as the home is a welcoming and loving place for them, they are that much more likely to be happy within themselves, and to enjoy life itself much more thoroughly. There are so many different sides to getting this right that most parents are bound to forget or fail on one or two fronts, and that is natural enough. But if you want to keep your kids as happy in the home as possible, there are some basic things to make sure you are doing. As long as you have taken care of the following, you should find that your children are generally happy enough in the family home.
One of the most important aspects of parenting is providing your child with life skills. The term “life skills” can apply to a variety of areas, but there is one area that rises above all others in terms of importance: money.
Money, according to a song from a popular musical, makes the world go ‘round – yet it’s a subject that is rarely covered by standardized education. As a result, parents have to turn into teachers, and provide a thorough background in financial management – which is often easier said than done. However, help is at hand, in the form of five simple tips…
Bonding with your children is the one thing which you will work for during your entire life. As a parent and a mother, the bond between you and your child will be the glue which holds the family together. If you want to find some ways to bond better with your child today and have some fun with them, here are some great ideas.
The long summer break is fast approaching and with that comes a real split on how you feel about it. On the one hand, you might be really looking forward to spending extra time with your children. But on the other side of things you may be worried about stimulation and keeping them occupied, or having to logistically organise childcare due to work commitments. It can be a very exhausting time on the lead up to summer break. So I thought I would share with you some of the things you could consider to keep your children occupied this summer.
Teenage years are far from easy. You’ve got multiple emotions running through your body and you’re dealing with hormonal and physical changes within your body too. At this time in your life, you’re expected to know what you want to do with your life which adds to all of the other pressures that you’re experiencing in your life. As a parent, this can be difficult to watch. Luckily, there are ways that you can help your teenager make it through these difficult years and transition into a thriving young adult with lots of prospects. Check out these ways to help your teenager transform from an adolescent to a young adult.
3 Ways of EncouraIt’s so important to encourage your children to get out of the house and explore the outside world. Kids need to experience nature, fresh air, and the infinite beauty of the outdoors. These days, with everything seemingly boiled down to a screen, it can be difficult to be the kids interested in getting outside. But it is important for expanding their experiences and boosting their health at the same time.
This is why you have to do as much as you can to try to encourage your children to want to leave the house. You don’t want this to turn into a massive issue every time you are trying to get them to leave the house, so think about what you can do to encourage this in them. Here are three great examples of things all parents can do to help their children get out and about and enjoy the outdoors.
Potty training is something that can be easy, or it can be a nightmare. Listen closely here: there is no hard and fast rule to potty training. A lot of books say it’s done in a week, but for the majority of us it’s not that simple. In any case, here are the fundamentals when it comes to ensuring your child is potty trained properly.
Do your kids refuse to go to sleep? Do you spend hours trying to get them to settle? Many parents can end up tearing their hair out when it comes to getting their kids to adhere to bedtime. Those precious hours between 8pm and midnight are supposed to be adult time – it’s your tiny pocket of freedom (although in many cases, even this free time is spent doing household chores) – and yet the kids are taking it away from you. Fortunately, there is a way to win the bedtime battle. Here’s a brief guide to getting your kids to go to sleep when they ought to.
One thing that all kids have in common is that they want an awesome party to celebrate their birthday every year. It’s one of the best parts of being a kid, and all parents need to have a stock of ideas for your little one’s party. After all, you don’t want your child to turn up to the party that you spent so long on, just to be disappointed because it’s not everything they hoped it would be. But don’t worry, because we’ve got a handful of ideas to make sure that your little one has the day of their dreams.