Introducing Jesus to your son is the most important thing you will ever do.
by a grandma who wants to remain anonymous! Grandmothers always remember their own parenting skills with pride. We never remember the failures we had or the times our children did the most embarrassing things. We think we were the perfect parents. I used to boast that I could make any child into an obedient little boy or girl. How wrong I was! I am the proud lola of 5 apo; 4 boys and one girl. My ...[Read More]
by Maria Bedelia Delos Santos According to Mayo Clinic experts, temper tantrums are a normal part of growing up. Toddler’s outbursts are a normal biological response to anger and frustration as yawn is to fatigue.1 Claire B. Kopp, professor of Applied Developmental Psychology at California’s Claremont Graduate University, gives these tips on how to handle kids during a tantrum:2 Don’t lose your co ...[Read More]
by Kimberly Snider In just a few weeks, children will begin to prepare for the examinations that most schools conduct at the end of the year. Many parents will work diligently with their children to help them memorize and reproduce the information they have studied in their classes. In this sort of game, the student with the best memory often wins. However, the real test of knowledge is what one c ...[Read More]
Rising prices and limited resources force most people to live on a budget. To do this, we need the support of the whole family. Therefore, early in life, we need to teach our children how to handle finances.
Time is gold is an old saying which tells how precious time is. It is so dear that we need to ably manage it. In this fast-paced world, everyone needs to learn the value of time – even the children.
We hope and actively pray that when they grow up, they will all be the persons that God created them to be. We don’t own them; they are God’s gifts to us. We know when the time comes; our children will have their own tasks to undertake. We are just instruments in molding their character and growth.