Thursday, November 10, 2011


Family planning requires endless support and participation on behalf of both the parents. It’s not at all an easy task and hasty decisions may just lead to complications. Hence, one needs to know when the time is right!

ARE YOU MATURE ENOUGH? The prevailing in our society is for couples to get married in their

Timing is important when it comes to family is age! Prevailing in our society is for couples to get married in their early 20s and have children soon after. Allowing enough time for each person to get to know each other and for the relationship to grow is crucial. Family planning should involve focusing on more committed relationship in which both are fully ready to take on the responsibility of becoming parent and raising a child together.


Before becoming a parent, it’s important to analyse a marriage from its roots: Is it strong enough? Have you two as a couple adjusted to challenges of marriage? Is the relationship strong and trusting? Ask yourself these questions.


This especially holds true for women. A mom to be must be free for major health problems and diseases such as heart disease, cancer and certain blood disorders before getting pregnant. Many Women tend to shy away from consultation with the doctor before getting pregnant. It is highly important for those suffering from medical conditions to seek the advice of a gynaecologist to ensure their body will be able to carry a baby easily. The health of the potential father too is important .An excess intake of smoking, drug use and poor diet can make harder for his partner to get pregnant.


Couples should know if they are financially prepared to welcome a child .They must ready for the expenses related to pregnancy and child rearing. Paying for the basic expenses of infants for the first year alone can be pricey. Clothing, nursery furniture, formula, baby food, diapers should be budgeted into the overall cost of starting a family.

Monday, June 20, 2011


The goal of parenting is to help your child become a responsible and ethical adult. To achieve this goal, parents should focus on early childhood Development for which a parent must spend their time with a child. Pahrents should encourage their child on each and every small thing he does. For example: “excellent boy”, very good etc. Single smile can also boost their confidence. Parent should never restrict their child in doing any positive work.
It is important for parents to listen and communicate in open, respectful ways, so their children will feel safe in discussing their problems and feelings.
The quality family relationships are becoming increasingly important in our society. With pressures and issues like drugs and other negative things, which children are facing today, the need for open communication and positive family relationships is vital. Parents should be very much concerned on their child and whole family should sit together to discuss something positive to develop positive attitude and background in child.
Everyone learn from their mistakes even parents. If a child does any mistakes do not scold, you should be positive enough if you want to improve or develop good attitude in your child. Explain and teach your child on their mistakes. In this way they will learn.
Never be overprotective of your child. It is very important that parents should attend PTM parent teacher meeting, parent teacher relationship is very important for your child improvement. Donot think that your child is the best and donot always defend your child. Teachers and parents play very important role in the physical, mental and other development of the child.
Homework is a child’s responsibility, so we need to be careful how much we help. Teach your child to maintain their daily timetable so that they can feel comfortable and be organized. This will help them in future.



Brothers and sisters often fight each other, what brother wants sister/brother also wants the same and so they indulge in fight. PLEASE GIVE YOUR SUGGESTIONS FOR PARENTS WHAT TO DO

Friday, September 25, 2009


Goal setting can be done at any part of the year, and now is a better time than any for parents to assist their children with planning and creating purposeful achievements.
parental guidance with goal setting is a great way for parents to help their child visualize reachable experiences. But how can parents keep goals simple in order to make them achievable for children?

Here are 5 key steps that parents can use for goal setting with children.

1. Make goals small and adjust the completion time for the age range of your child.
  • 3-5 years old-achievable within a day or two
  • 6-10 years old-achievable within a week
  • 11-15 years old-achievable within a month
  • 16-21 years old- achievable within a year with several benchmarks along the way
2. Make goals achievable and measurable with specific numbers. Examples:
  • I will read one new book a week.
  • I will put my shoes in the closet each night.
  • I will start researching on different topics
  • I will start managing my time.
3. Have some way to know when the goal has been reached and celebrate small successes.
  • Treats and etc.
4. Revamp what is not working.
  • Talk with your child about how to restructure the goal.
  • Make the conversation about the goal and not the lack of success.

5. Be a model and an example for your child
  • Be mindful of how you handle obstacles and resolve setbacks.
  • Remember your children are always watching and listening you so make right statements.
Regardless of how small the success, parents should maintain a positive, encouraging spirit for their child. Doing this will help them remain enthused when results appear small.

Friday, May 29, 2009


The Benefits of Sports
Organized sports can help kids grow in many ways. From soccer to fencing, sports offer chances for kids to learn and master skills, work with their peers and coaches, and challenge themselves in a safe environment. They learn new skills and this develops team working and leadership in a child. Sports like football, cricket, baseball, table tennis, badminton, hockey and etc makes child healthly and fit. Sports also makes them grow in height. Sport helps us to maintain balance diet in our life and also decreases obesity. It also makes them active and smart. It is your reposnsibility as a parent to encourage them to play so that your child can develop certain skills.
When Should Kids Start Playing Sports?
As you think about signing kids up for sports, consider how emotionally and physically ready they are to participate. 
That doesn't mean kids can't play sports when they're younger. Sports can be fun for toddlers and kindergartners, but they should be less about competition and more about having fun opportunities to be active. So even if young kids inadvertently score a goal for the other team or spend the entire game chasing butterflies, as long as they're enjoying it, that's OK.
If you do decide to sign your 5-year-old up for a team, be sure to choose a league that emphasizes fun and basic skills. 

Thursday, May 28, 2009


The Internet can be a wonderful resource for kids. They can use it to research school reports, communicate with teachers and other kids, and play interactive games. But that access can also pose hazards.  That's why it's important to be aware of what your kids see and hear on the Internet, who they meet, and what they share about themselves online.
keep a close eye on their activities.
Online Protection Tools:-Many Internet service providers (ISPs) provide parent-control options to block certain material from coming into a computer. You can also get software that helps block access to certain sites based on a "bad site" list that your ISP creates. Filtering programs can block sites from coming in and restrict personal information from being sent online. 
Getting Involved in Kids' Online Activities
Aside from these tools, it's wise to take an active role in protecting your kids
Become computer literate and learn how to block objectionable material.
Keep the computer in a common area, not in individual bedrooms, where you can watch and monitor its use.
Share an email account with your child so you can monitor messages.
Bookmark kids' favorite sites for easy access.
Spend time online together to teach your kids appropriate online behavior.
Forbid your child from entering private chat rooms; block them with safety features provided by your Internet service provider.
Monitor your credit card and phone bills for unfamiliar account charges.
Take your child seriously if he or she reports an uncomfortable online exchange.
Many sites use "cookies," devices that track specific information about the user, such as name, email address, and shopping preferences. Cookies can be disabled. Ask your Internet service provider for more information.
Basic Rules:- Set up some simple rules for your kids to follow while they're using the Internet, such as:
Follow the rules you set, as well as those set by your Internet service provider.
Never trade personal photographs in the mail or scanned photographs over the Internet.
Never reveal personal information, such as address, phone number, or school name or location. 
Never respond to a threatening email or message.
Always tell a parent about any communication or conversation that was scary.
If your child has a new "friend," insist on being "introduced" online to that friend.
Chat Room Caution:- Chat rooms are virtual online rooms where chat sessions take place. Because people can communicate with each other alone or in a group, chat rooms are among the most popular destinations on the Web — especially for kids and teens.
But chat rooms can pose hazards for kids. Some kids have met "friends" in chat rooms who were interested in exploiting them. These predators sometimes prod their online acquaintances to exchange personal information, such as addresses and phone numbers, thus putting the kids they are chatting with — and their families — at risk.
Warning Signs
Warning signs of a child being targeted by an online predator include spending long hours online, especially at night, phone calls from people you don't know, or unsolicited gifts arriving in the mail. If your child suddenly turns off the computer when you walk into the room, ask why and monitor computer time more closely. Withdrawal from family life and reluctance to discuss online activities are other signs to watch for.
Taking an active role in your kids' Internet activities will help ensure that they benefit from the wealth of valuable information it offers without being exposed to any potential dangers.


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