My kids are 9,11 and 14 and they are so lazy it's unbelievable. My house looks like a tip from morning till night unless I spend all my spare time cleaning up after them. I feel like a broken record nagging at them relentlessly but it doesn't work, they're still lazy layabouts. How can I get them to DO SOMETHING?!
My sweet little grand-daughter is having a real problem making friends at school. She's painfully shy and comes across as rude at times and so for this reason the other children don't want to play with her. She really likes the other kids but said they won't play with me, bless her, it's horrible to think of her alone all day. I wish I could go to school and help her but I know she needs to do it
My son keeps having nightmares every night and wakes up crying. It's becoming a real problem now as he doesn't want to go to bed. His nightmares involve a lorry and him crossing the road and missing the lorry, this continues until about the 4th and 5th lorry when it's just about to hit him then he wakes up! This is the nightmare he has most nights. Their are others too but that's the most co
We can all feel like giving our child a smack from time to time when their behaviour is unruly. But what are your experiences in smacking your child. Were you smacked as a child? Do you think it's right or wrong? When is it justified, when is it not? This is what the UK law says about a parent smacking a child: As a parent, you have a legal right to s
Just wanted to tell everyone about geocaching (www.geocaching.com). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geocaching It is like an outdoor treasure hunt. You can decide where you want to look for a "cache", and then spend the afternoon looking. All you need is some GPS software for your smartphone..
Your child or children have to go through a lot of social, physical and emotional development throughout their lives and they’ll rely on you, their parent or guardian to support them. The ups and downs of a child’s development may seem trivial to some but remember that all these experiences are very different seen through the eyes of a child.
All children are different but they have one thing in common – they all need a love, care and support for them to grow up into health adults. As child carers, understanding children’s behavior can be draining and stressful. We’re here to help you get advice and support others in a similar situation with all matters related to your child, whether you’re a parent, guardian, teacher or a child carer.
Started by JulesS31 | 2014-06-03 09:57:53
My son keeps having nightmares every night and wakes up crying. It's becoming a real problem now as he doesn't want to go to bed. His nightmares involve a lorry and him crossing the road and missing t...