Category Archives: Books & Books

Edward and his love for Books! (part 1)

Edward has been read to since he was as young as 8 months old. His involvement in the reading sessions has changed dramatically in the past 20 months. It’s amazing how fast they grow up. He used to just sit … Continue reading

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more Books!

I’m a new big brother – Nord Gaydos, illustrated by Akemi Gutierrez Edward LOVES this new book we got him from the library. I’ve borrowed a few books about siblings for him but he didn’t like them. I was quite … Continue reading

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goodnight iPad!

Look what i found at the library! Can’t help but notice the book at the “suggested books” section of the library because it’s so similar to “goodnight moon”. The title of the book is quite catchy since our Edward loves … Continue reading

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What constitutes being a good parent? [Part 2] – Listen!

Be a Great Listener “Listening is the key to great communication with your child. It is the basis of a strong relationship. If you listen to them when they are young, they will be much more inclined to want you … Continue reading

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Good feelings between siblings

The content below is summarized from the book siblings without rivalry by Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish 1. Make sure that each child gets some time alone with you several times a week. 2. When spending time with one child, … Continue reading

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The perils of comparison

Comparisons: – make kids feel inadequate – encourages competitiveness (too much causing either vanity or bitterness) – affects them till adulthood Therefore, In anger or with pleasure, whatever you want to tell this child can be said directly, without any … Continue reading

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They need to get it out!

insisting upon good feelings between the children led to bad feelings Allowing for bad feelings between the children led to good feelings Siblings without rivalry – Adele faber, Elaine mazlish

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