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.
Kids & Cats — 5 reasons they're a good mix
You’re no longer your kid’s center of attention You’ll now have some extra time to do something you like.
They find hilarious ways to entertain themselves — and you as well
They’ll find unique ways to play together.
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.