Hello to all Boo Roo and Tigger Too followers, Head Bear from Bears4U here with you today chatting all things babies! We hope you’ve all found lockdown life ok and we are sending some extra bear hugs to all the new Mums out there, you are doing an amazing job, parenting can be hard at the best of times but the lockdown has definitely seen some added pressures to most.
It’s the moment you have been waiting nine long months for – the arrival of your little one. Now that life is continuing with an extra family member on board, you might be wondering how much things are going to change and what you should consider in this next phase of your life. Beyond anything else, you want to be looking out for your mental and physical health as you are going to draw from both every day of your life as a new parent.
One of the most delicate times in childhood is when your child starts developing a sense of self. Children go from an environment where they were often unconditionally loved and sheltered by their parents where looks had little importance. They then have to move to primary and secondary school when they eventually start realising the importance of looks in society. This is usually when children start facing concerns about their appearance.
As a family with thrive off a routine, of course, not all families are like this. Whilst some are very much able to go with the flow and ‘wing it’, we find that the children respond better if they know what is expected for them and what is coming next. There is, of course, a degree of flexibility in our routines however, on the whole, they are the same pattern.
Being a new parent is hard but at the same time, it’s quite thrilling, to say the least. If you are one of those people who care about saving nature a lot, you will be heartbroken to know how much waste some of the baby stuff generates. You want to use the best things for your newborn but be more conscious of the mother earth.
One of the most underrated facts in the world at the moment is mental health, given the fast-paced digitisation. A well off mental state helps in the development of the strength to cope with the difficulties in life. This also helps them become responsible adults. The biggest challenge that working parents face nowadays is the lack of time to spend with their kids. This is a major reason for mental health issues at an immature age.
There are numerous other skills programming teaches kids but these are some of the highlights of it. These reasons make programming worth teaching any kids in general but especially for kids learning from home.
The journey from conception to birth can be physically and emotionally taxing at times. That’s why so many women love to be able to celebrate the milestones as they countdown the days until their bundle of joy arrives.
Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, better known as STEM, is not the first choice of career for many kids. Unfortunately, kids are not exposed to STEM as much as they should be, especially in the primary grades. Without exposure, it can be challenging for kids to find value or interest in careers that have critical shortages. As a parent, there are different ways that you can get your kids interested in STEM careers without pushing it down their throats.
Yes, going from a one-child home to a two is yet another parenting challenge. Fortunately, there are lots of parents of multiple children before you that paved the way. There are actually a lot of things you can do to make the adjustment a lot easier for everyone. Check out this advice below: