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Parenting Young Children

Being a parent is one of the most fulfilling experiences a person can have. There is a natural instinct that seems to come to a new parent, but there are bits of advice that can help when you are challenged in the growing up years. The most important thing however, that any parent can give their child, is a sense of being loved and the most important thing that any parent can remember is that they don't have to be infallible to be a "perfect" parent.
 

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Parenting Young Children
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Handling your child 's Temper Tantrums

If you have kids ages 8 through 15, these tips are FOR YOU !

1. Set bed times. Your child needs to go to bed at a reasonable time. Try these suggestions-
  • 8 year old - 8:00 or 8:30

  • 9 year old - 8:00, 8:30, 8:45

  • 10 year old- 8:45, 9:00

  • 11 year old - 9:00 or 9:30

  • 12 year old - 9:30 , 9:45

  • 13 year old - 9:45 or 10:00

  • 14 year old - 9:45, 10:00, 10:12

  • 15 year old - 10:15

2. Set chores. Your children should help out around the house. Set age-appropriate chores. Here are some suggestions: keep room clean, dishes, feed pets, vacuum, sweep, organize closets, mop floor, trash, set and clear table

3. Set reasonable punishments. If you don't set a punishment for not doing chores, your kids probably won't do them. Here are some examples of acts and punishments.
  • Not doing all chores, talking back, writing on walls, bad grades - Grounding (for as long as you feel is right)

  • Not doing some chores - time out, sit on floor, naughty step, hitting, biting, swearing, insulting, getting banned on a website, looking up bad things, getting an account on a website that you said "NO" to, not following rules, getting arrested - Spanking (how, last step)

4. Feed them healthy foods. KEEP THEM HEALTHY.

5. Make them brush their teeth. You don't want them to have a cavity.

6. Allow them some freedom. Let them have their space.

7. Set Rules. Your choice of rules, no suggestions.

8. Bring them to the doctor and dentist regularly.

9. "How to give a spanking" Grab the child, lay it on it's stomach, swat the butt. It's your choice of putting her/him over your knee to do it, an if you do it bare bottom or fully clothed, or with just undies. You can also do it with a belt of hairbrush if it's an extremely horrible act.


 
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