Children tips

from a geek couple

How to not raise a crybaby

Some chil­dren when first walk­ing bare­foot on sand may imme­di­ate­ly start cry­ing. Oth­ers, though weird­ed out may just wig­gle their toes (and per­haps try to give a taste test). 

As par­ents we can help deter­mine whether a child will cry when faced with an an obsta­cle -VS- a child who’ll shrug off a fall or per­se­vere a bit longer before get­ting frustrated.

Are you ready to be a Father, Again?

The work isn’t dou­ble. It’s exponential!

Not the most encour­ag­ing words from a friend after hav­ing their sec­ond child.

Espe­cial­ly when I had start­ed get­ting used to the idea of being a fam­i­ly of 3. Three’s a good num­ber I thought. The whole fam­i­ly fits on a sin­gle row of an air­plane flight. 

Are you ready for a second child?

Your answer is NO. On Monday. 

By Thurs­day you’re lean­ing toward Yes but per­haps not until…

Well, let’s face it, there’ll nev­er be a per­fect time to make this decision. 

Life’s always full of sur­pris­es, with it’s fair share of ups and downs. If you wait for all the stars to align, you’ll be wait­ing for a reaal­ly looong time.