Saida Online Magazine



20 April 2008 12:02 am
Parents have concerns regarding a lot of things once their children start going to school or making friends. Parents want their children to reach great heights of academic success. They also want their child to stay away from any potential hazards that they may have to face once they start going out & making friends.

19 April 2008 12:30 am
Is your sweet child getting in trouble? Do you worry about the kids he plays with? Inside youll find 5 parenting tips for helping kids stay out of trouble.

18 April 2008 12:07 am
Many parents have the erroneous belief that if they don't use the latest technique to get their baby asleep, it won't work. Unfortunately, complicated or latest doesn't necessarily mean better. Here are 3 better choices for getting your baby asleep.

17 April 2008 02:55 am
Even though talking to our children is really important, because that is how they learn, we need to be particularly mindful that we are also listening from their point of view. This is so important, because not only does it help develop their language and cognitive skills, but it is a wonderful way for our children’s self-esteem to grow because they are being heard. Listening deeply to your child is one essential way to have a close and connected relationship with them.

16 April 2008 05:51 am
Teenagers need their parents to reach out for a genuine connection. Their parents are still significant and fundamental to their lives, and they still need a loving and supportive source in their lives, especially with the changes they are going through. However, when our child turns into a teenager it often seems that we lose a connection with them, a connection we had built up over their younger, formative years.

15 April 2008 02:46 am
Parents often seek assistance in selecting the right toys at the most ideal stage of their childs development. Many toys are designed for particular ages based on safety concerns; however, many others are designed to specifically encourage the development of certain abilities in a child.

14 April 2008 01:37 am
Many of us recall comedian Bill Cosby's famous routine about the grandparent-grandchild relationship. Once his father became a grandfather, the stern disciplinarian that lived so vividly in Cosby's memory was replaced by someone he didn't recognize: a pushover who spoiled Cosby's children rotten.

12 April 2008 01:31 am
Parents can do quite a bit to help their child learn to read. In fact, children start learning about language and reading in their infancy, long before they ever set foot in a school. Children are helped on their language learning journey when their parents structure their daily routine and share the learning experience.

10 April 2008 12:59 am
The grandparent-grandchild bond is like none other. Those of us fortunate enough to know and remember our grandparents, retain those precious memories for a lifetime. Whenever I was home sick from school, my grandfather always picked up a small gift for me at the local drugstore. Paper dolls were my favorite. His visit, along with my "surprise" always perked up my spirits and made the long day more tolerable. That small gesture on his part is still a memory I cherish.

10 April 2008 12:09 am
One of the biggest gifts you can give your child is the gift of wings or self esteem Self-esteem is how you rate yourself deep down. It is a belief and a confidence in your own ability and value. It's a gentle knowing that:

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