Toddlers need limits – without them they will be bouncing off the walls, I’ve seen it on more than one occasion. They will test your boundaries and they will try to see how far they can push you. And it’s not just toddlers, it’s all children; they need to be given boundaries. By taking these steps for how to set limits for your toddler, and starting at a younger age, you establish those boundaries that will help them to grow and be happy.
UPDATE: Due to the recent weather this event has been moved to Friday, Oct. 21st. 5:30pm – 9pm.
Yesterday news broke of an incident that occurred at the Cincinnati Zoo that involved a Gorilla being put down after a child fell into the enclosure. The world is furious with the mother of the child, as well as the zoo, for the death of the 17-year-old 400lb Gorilla named Harambe. But who are we to judge the Cincinnati Zoo mother?
Harambe, a Western Lowland Gorilla, is a critically endangered species, so I totally get the uproar.
Spring break is almost here. How do you plan to keep the kids busy? Kids can get very bored when they’re home from school and away from all of their friends. They’ll mope around the house complaining about how bored they are because there is just absolutely nothing to do. You can however, avoid this scenario by making plans using the tips below on how to keep the kids busy during spring break.
Working and raising a child on your own typically consumes all of your time. With having so much to take care of, it can seem like days are never long enough to get everything done. Having been a single parent to J for over 10 years, I had to learn to manage my time if I wanted to get things done in an effective and efficient way.