Tidbits for Raising Children – Part 2
Wouldn’t it be great if we could have a practice run with our children and be able to correct all of our mistakes the second time around? Mrs. Trieber provides a few thoughts that will be a help to you as you raise your children.
My Goodly Heritage
Some, perhaps even a majority of children and teenagers think their parents are strange. In this article, Mrs. Miriam Chung shares some memories from her childhood that she may not have understood then that now fill her with gratitude.
“Mommy, Look at my Eyes!”
It’s always important for a child to learn to listen, but it’s just as important for parents to learn to listen to their children as well. The author gives suggestions and even tells a few personal stories of how she learned to communicate effectively with her kids.