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Avoid high screen time for your developing toddler

TeamCitymapia | May 01 2019

With the obsession of screens going strong in today’s generation, the true meaning of childhood is lost. WHO’s guidelines for children below 5 years of age require the kids to be restrained at 1 hour of screen time. Spending around 3 hrs in physical activity and 10-13 hrs in quality sleep is required for proper development of kids at this age.

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How to respond when your kids says ‘I Hate You’

BEYOND Pink App | Feb 19 2019

Although it is hard to hear those words from your child, it is important to stay calm and not lash out. Do not make your child feel bad for sharing their feelings. Address why they said it and not the actual words that they used. Do not worry about it if it is just a one of thing, but if your child always says it to you, talk to a family therapist.

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Millennial parents should sing more lullabies to their kids

BEYOND Pink App | Feb 17 2019

Research shows that only one-third of parents with kids under the age of five still sing lullabies to their kids. Science suggests that they should be singing more bed time songs for kids as it keeps them calmer for longer and the music helps to regulate the emotions of both the kids and their parents. Less millennial parents still sing lullabies.

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These parenting quotes are very relatable

BEYOND Pink App | Feb 15 2019

Sometimes in life we come across certain quotes that strike a chord with us. H. Jackson Brown Jr said ‘Always kiss your children goodnight, even if they’re already asleep’. An uplifting quote by Sue Atkins goes like this – ‘There is no such thing as a perfect parent. So just be a real one’. Geno Lee Nolin said ‘ My children are the reason I laugh’.

https://www.rewardme.in/family/parenting/article/getting-kids-used-to-time

Tips to help kids learn the concept of time

BEYOND Pink App | Feb 02 2019

Kids learn how to tell time between the ages of 6 and 8, so do not pressurise them to learn sooner. Give them an educational watch with different coloured hands for the hours and minutes. Avoid buying digital watches as they might not be interested in learning to read the time. Read some clock books that help kids learn different stages in the day.

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Working moms share hilarious ways to get their attention

BEYOND Pink App | Jan 29 2019

It’s not an easy task to grab a working mother’s attention since they are always busy multi-tasking. When your kids say “Oops!” in the next room, it’s sure to get your attention. Your toddler climbing into your bed every night to get that extra few hours of cuddle-time with you. Another way to catch a mom’s attention is to do annoying things.