Baby Sleep Training: How to Get Baby to Sleep through Night Well
parenting / December 13, 2015

Imagine you have 6 months old twins. One of them falls asleep without an issue, but the other one requires being swaddled and much more rocking to fall asleep. You’re following the same routine and strategy, and then what on earth is wrong with your little angel who keeps you awake all through the night? Whether you’ve embraced motherhood just now or you’re enjoying your time with your baby for a few months now, the chances are you’re constantly looking for a panacea to help your baby sleep well, and give you a chance to overcome your fatigue and have your bedroom and marriage back. It’s usually a matter of trial-and-error – you have to try a few methods and strategies before you hit the bull’s eye. That’s where you will find this book to be extremely helpful – it will walk you through the complications involved in a child’s nap and tells you what you as a parent should expect in those memorable, and relatively tough early months. This is no regular book like the others you find on the block. Other books promote ‘cry it out’ as one of the best ways to deal with babies who have…

Parenting Tips Guide: How to Deal With Kids (Parenting Books, Parenting Skills, Parenting Kids, Raising Kids)
parenting / December 13, 2015

Raising children isn’t an easy job. It requires sacrifice, toughness, a whole lot of love, tenderness, affection and attention (though this is the easy part), all so that these little bundles of joy would grow up to be people you’ll be proud to call family. Luckily, this is not that difficult to do, all it takes is a little effort and a push in the right direction. Before anything can be said about how to teach emotional intelligence, it is important to understand that it is the position of this book and its author that what is referred to here as emotional intelligence is a complex interaction between in-born skills, instruction and experience. It is possible to teach the skills and attitudes that comprise emotional intelligence, through the process of social-emotional learning, and every person’s natural personality traits, skills and preferences will have a dramatic effect on that learning. This means that the best thing any parent can have when reading this book is an intimate understanding of both themselves and their child along with an understanding that those personal qualities will have a huge impact on the learning process. Methods that work very well for one child may fail…