Best Children Education

At first the happiness of the children themselves is often overcome with annoyance after a short time. Children quickly grow their own personality, and this is the most vital task of parents to help develop it and give it a form. If not then you will get a loss in the future.

Like everything else in life, child education is a tightrope walk between strictness and letting loose. Drifting off either way causes more problems than it solves. But of course what sounds clear and obvious in theory is much harder to actually apply practically.

The suggestions here are no rules to follow, they’re mere guidelines and should animate own thoughts and ideas. After all, it’s up to you what you think is best.

During the first six months, babies cannot yet understand the relationship between “bad behavior” and punishment. What is really needed during that time is care and love, to tighten the emotional boundaries to her mother.

Nevertheless, even a baby that small is fully capable of repeating actions that lead to a pleasant result. So if any sob makes you appear immediately on the cradle, you’ll find that you have a miniature dictator soon who keeps you up and running with joy.

Between seven and fourteen months, children normally start testing their limits. This results from a growth in both mobility and stubbornness, so what’s being put on test are the parents’ patience with keeping their little ones from exploring, often eating and probably destroying the reachable parts of the household and for how long they can get away with it.

Babies at that age start challenging their parents by stubborn disobedience, but that should not lead to punishment. Be firm and persistent in telling and showing them what they’re not supposed to do, but don’t be rude or harsh. Their concentration usually doesn’t last, so distraction is a great weapon. They still need a lot of love, and your reward will be a happy time with a sometimes annoying, but mostly very cute baby.

Going towards an age of two years, the obstinacy takes often a negative direction: “No” is the preferred answer to all “propositions” ranging from eating and choice of toys to taking a bath and going to sleep.

Discipline can become considerably harder to apply, but is vital to steer the course of your child’s further development. It has to learn that the authority and decision is with the parents. Still, love and forgiveness is of even importance. Especially the father’s role as an authority for the child and support for his wife can make this period a lot easier.

Increasing mobility, skill and curiosity, a child between two and three years can keep her mother busy, silently quiet every time as an indication of a new disaster involving things to eat, play with things and get caught up in many things.