Have you ever watched your husband change a diaper, feed your baby, or take them out for the day and wonder to yourself…”I’m never letting him touch my baby again.” Good news for you then. This dad (who nails it by the way), shared an instructional video on “how to” with the baby. He teaches everything from diaper changing to taking a baby on an airplane flight. Have your husband’s watch this instructional video and you’ll never have to worry about leaving him alone with the little ones again.
Moms who breastfeed have all been in this scenario. Where have you had to pump or nurse your baby that you said you will never do it again. For me, it was the bathroom. Now I’m stuck in a situation at work.
Watch this and tell me your opinion:
No matter what, I will continue pumping at work. This will not stop me!
Tattoos are not frowned upon like they used to be. In the past, the word tattoo held a stigma of someone you didn’t want to bring home to mother. However that is not the case these days at all. Tattoos are an art form that are enjoyed by anybody; CEO’s, Doctors, Teachers, Lawyers, Police Officers… you name it. They have sentiment and meaning that people have thought long and hard about. And unlike the old Navy sailor with a mermaid on his forearm back the day, they are not cheap. Tattoos can run hundreds, even thousands of dollars done by some artists with PHD’s in body ink.
Whether you’re a new mommy or a veteran with toddlers and adolescents, a tattoo is a great way to showcase the love you have for your children. It is also something you will cherish for the rest of your life. You can have tiny tats with your child’s name or even portraits of your children to permanently carry around for the rest of your life. Imagine your child’s name in tattoo water colors, or a portrait of your baby as they were just born immortalized on you forever.
Popsugar.com has some really neat ideas to get your creative juices flowing. To see them…CLICK HERE!
If you’re looking to give your baby a trendy and popular name but aren’t looking to choose something that every other parent used in 2017, check out this prediction of the most popular names of 2018 from Popsugar.com.
If none of these names appeal to you, check out the full list…CLICK HERE!
Raising mentally strong kids is not an easy task for parents. It requires the parent to be mentally strong as well, which can be easy to forget in our fast paced world. Watching kids struggle is tough, but things such as; pushing them to face their fears, holding them accountable for their mistakes, not babying them – basically not solving every problem in their lives are the types of experiences kids need to reach their greatest potential. Be one of those parents who train their children’s brains for a life of meaning, happiness, and success.
Here are a few tips on how you can build mentally strong children, helping them ready themselves to face the future strong and capable.
- Don’t Condone A Victim Mentality. In other words, instead of allowing kids to host pity parties for themselves when they experience misfortune, mentally strong parents encourage their children to turn their struggles into strength. You as a mentally strong parent, can help them identify ways in which they can take positive action, no matter their circumstances.
- Don’t Allow Fear To Dictate Their Choices. Mentally strong parents view themselves as guides, not protectors. There is a HUGE difference. A strong guiding parent knows by not keeping their children in a protective bubble, they are teaching them to go out and experience life, even when it’s scary.
- They Don’t Make Their Child The Center Of The Universe. Kids who think they’re the center of the universe grow up to be self-absorbed and entitled. This causes a whole plethora of problems for the child as early as their first year in school. Teach them what they can offer the world, not what they’re owed.
For even more tips to raising mentally strong kids go to FORBES.COM