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It’s hard to know what type of parents we are going to be before we become them. We all have ideas in our heads of what we certainly won’t do, or what we definitely want to try and do and sometimes there are too many opinions involved! So when in you’re in doubt, questioning your tactics, or finding it hard to figure out if what you’re doing is right, try to tune out the noise and focus on the basics. Here are my 10 basic parenting rules to live by!
I am asked frequently about how to manage visiting grandparents around the time a new baby is born and a holiday; I could probably write a book on the subject, but in the interests of keeping this brief I have made a list of important things to remember and important things to decide to help relieve the stress of grandparent’s visits.
One of the issues this week on Pregnant in Heels deals with a six year old that is having a hard time adjusting to not being the only child. After her little brother was born her parents let her slip into a pattern of disobedience that affected her school performance, her behavior at home, her treatment of her brother, her sleep and ultimately her own happiness.
In case you missed it, here is a recent post from “Rosie to the Rescue”, my blog for Parents Magazine. Caught up in what type of parent you want to be? Go back to the basics and focus on these 10 parenting rules to live by. Don’t miss the rest of the “Rosie to the Rescue” posts, available here.
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