Children are gift from God! Guess you know already.

It’s quite necessary that parent should be calm and careful with their choice of words and actions, towards/before your child. A child can be understood in several ways; by carefully observing them as they play, eat, and so on. Look for consistent traits, like their best activities; how social they are, are they willing to explore? However, spending time with your kids at all times and try to create a conversation with them by letting them know the happenings of life. Like, what excites them mostly and vice versa.

Quality time must not be always about talking, or doing something together. Alternatively, you can observe them by looking out for some insights about their personality.

Children are always at their very best, when you give them an undivided attention. Try as much as you can to plan at least an activity that allows you spend time exclusively, with them. While you do they will open up to you, by revealing themselves; discussing their fears, weaknesses and strength.

Environment can as well affects a child brain development. Because; your child’s behaviour is solely dependent, on the kind of people around them and how they interact with them.

However, it’s ideal you take your time to guage a kind of ambience that has been created at home and your child’s school.

“Children are great initiators. So give them something great to imitate.”


” Parents are the ultimate role models for children. Every word, movement, and action has an effect. No other person or outside force has a greater influence on the child than the parents.”

– Bob Keeshoni

Making your child feel loved is your sole responsibility as a parent.


Get the best out of your child;

  • Try to have dinner together as a family at least (or any other meal).
  • Reveal your happiness to them.
  • Teach them to listen to other people’s feelings.
  • List out their strength with a compliment.
  • Allow them have free time to play.
  • Listen when they talk ( VERY IMPORTANT).
  • Allow them express their feelings and validates them.

Learn to also make your child understand that; feelings are “OK” and there’s nothing they could do that would push you away or make you love them less. Behavior isn’t perfect! Communication is absolutely necessary.

Embracing the imperfect, and show children that they’re worth holding close to your heart no matter what.

Kelly Bartlett

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