Tag: decision-making abilities
When do you let your child make decisions? Start early.
Is it the toy truck or Lego today? Will it be short pants or a skirt? Will it be vanilla-flavored ice cream or chocolate?Waiting for a toddler to decide requires patience, and when parents are running short in that area, they sometimes
This simple question helps you encourage your toddler to think things through.
They say, as parents, it’s our job to worry about our kids and make sure they are safe, healthy, and cared for. As children grow up, however, they want their independence. They want to explore and unfortunately, the need to satisfy their
Learn how to redirect your child's demands in a more positive way.
At a certain age, your child is bound to grow into his own person and have strong opinions about different matters ... like, at age 3. In case you're wondering why some parents refer to their preschooler as "little boss," this is
Decision-making skills are only learned by practicing making decisions, so start early!
The terrible twos and threes stage can be challenging for both parent and child because of the child's increasing independence. It may be construed as defiance or disobedience, but it's your little one asserting his independence and testing his limits.You've heard experts
Whatever time you think they will be ready from chores, it's probably too late!
When my niece was around 2 or 3 years old, her mom, my sister, had refused to let her do simple tasks at home because she believed her daughter was not yet “ready.” Now that my niece is older, it takes her
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