Showing posts from October, 2022

Parenting And Babysitting Are Different?

Parenting and babysitting are not the same things; however, babysitting can be considered a part of parenting. In simple terms, parenting is the process of raising a child until they are old enough to make their own decisions. Babysitting, on the other hand, is a type of parenting that entails caring for a child while their parents are away and getting paid for it. Parents have a natural affection for their children, and they always do their best to meet their children's needs without expecting anything in return. In babysitting, a person provides childcare as a service for a set period of time in exchange for money or other benefits such as receiving the same service from the kid's parents while he/she is away. In today's world, babysitting is promoted as a viable source of income; people offer this service to supplement their income. New parents also considered taking care of their children as babysitting because they had never done so before, but over time they became re

Parenting Without Punishment

  Punishing children for their mistakes is not the only option to make them correct. Today we are going to share 7 important points to provide ideal parenting without punishment (like beating physically, shouting, locking in room, etc.). Become an Ideal Parent Children learn so many things from their parents, eg: if you are shouting in anger they will also learn the same. Always try to maintain calmness and good behaviour in front of your child. Make Things Clear Teach your child about what is wrong and right, you can create a list of good and bad activities with images. It will help in making things clear for your child, and also offer them small rewards for doing good things will make learning fun. Identify The Problem Try to identify the reason behind the problem and offer them the best solutions. Eg: Siblings fighting for a toy, 1. You can buy a separate toy for each kid, 2. Punish the toy in front of kids like putting that in a box jail, for being the reason of fighting, 3. You an