Things To Do to Help Your Child Talk

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Published on: October 20, 2014

There are different ways on how your child can learn to talk. In the first 3 months of your baby, all he do it cry, sleep, eat and drink. But on the succeeding months, he will learn to open his mouth and follow a word you say. It is sometimes funny and stress relieving. However, there are times that it becomes annoying. Therefore, you will need help.


1. Find Someone Who Can Help your Baby Talk. With the help of some family members or perhaps your friends, you will have time to the chores that you need to do. When there is a person who can make your baby laugh, it will lessen your work However, do not forget to find time to your child, even if how busy you are in working on the household chores.


2. Observe How you Show Expressions to your Baby. There may be times that you are not in the mood to teach your child the appropriate way to speak and pronounce the words properly. This will sometimes make our child be frightened on the facial expressions that he sees. In order to adjust to this situation, try to think of everything g happy just to cover up your mad reaction and to avoid miscommunication on your child.

3. Always Support Your Child. Sometimes, it is very hard for the parents to let their child decide on what they will be going to do, but in the long run, you will not only benefit from it but also your child. Letting your child experience anything is a big plus especially when you are teaching him the basic things that he needs to know.

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How to Handle Your Children’s Heartache?

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Published on: March 10, 2014

SadnessAll parents want to see their children happy and pleased. They are always there to protect them in every sadness and heartaches this world can bring. But unfortunately, no matter how they give their effort to protect their children, the reality of life is still there. It is not an excuse for these kids to experience the pain of life, like when their loved ones face death. Here are some guidelines to handle your children’s heartache.

1.       Talk to them and explain everything about death


Explain that death happens to all of us and it is normal to be hurtful about it. Get the bible and read some verses to heal his/her aching soul.  Remind them that there is heaven waiting for their loved ones and it is the most beautiful place ever. And everyone who is in there will feel at their happiest.  Tell them also that one day all of us will meet there and worship God together.

2.       Remind the children that Life must go on

Tell the children that though their loved ones died, it doesn’t mean that they have to be painful forever. Assure them that they can be happy again without forgetting the sweet days that they spend with this person.

3.       Help them to express his/her grief

If the children want to say goodbye to their loved ones, let them make a video, photo album or scrapbooks, which will show their feelings.  If the children want to cry, then let them. It’s okay to show how painful it is for them rather than they are keeping it to themselves.



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