Many parents lament that their children grow up way too fast. The first few years of a child’s life seem to rush by in a flurry of first smiles, foods and shaky steps. When another birthday arrives, parents suddenly realize how quickly their child has grown.
As you observe your little girl or boy sitting on the floor stacking colorful blocks, or attempting to toddle from one piece of furniture to the next, or engrossed in an effort to get a bite of birthday cake from plate to mouth, think about all of the life skills you’ve taught your child during the course of the past year. Then, take a moment to reflect on the lessons that your child can teach you!
Many parents remember Popeye the Sailor Man’s undeniably strong muscles and endless ability to save the day. He credited his strength and bravery to none other than spinach, and adults seized an opportunity to offer the green vegetable to their children. “You want to be strong like Popeye, now don’t you?”
The truth is that this kind of influence does work. With positive creativity and a little inspiration – such as from Popeye – the following tips can help teach our children how to eat more healthfully.
Life is full of wonderful adventures, and your family will, no doubt, experience quite a few of them. Ensure your children stay safe through the hiking, biking, road trip, vacation, and at-home moments by following these helpful baby safety tips from Gerber Life.
For most mothers and fathers, parenting is the most rewarding and important aspect of their lives. Because many parents must also work, striking a balance between a career and home life can be a bit tricky for a new parent. Below are a few ideas to help guide new parents through the transition from bottles and bibs to co-workers and computers.
Exercise is one of the best things for making your mind and body live longer and feel better. You can create lasting family memories by involving your children in this important part of life and by making family workouts a priority.