Good parenting requires a well-equipped toolbox of knowledge and experience. Unfortunately, sometimes we have to obtain this knowledge and experience after the fact. In other words, we aren't always equipped to make the best decisions as parents just because we are parents. With dedication, however, this shortcoming can be addressed. This article will help you to make better decisions. School Conferences If your child is having difficulty with homework, one of the most important things to help them is to know the teacher and understand what they're looking for. Attend school conferences or set up your own conference with the teacher and ask them specifically what they look for in their assignments. Off to Work Another great parenting tip is to take your child to work with you one day. By taking your child to work with you, they'll get an appreciation of what you do everyday, and they'll also get to know you a little better. This can be a great way to bond with your child. Breast Feeding Let the baby nurse as long as he is still actively sucking with deep drawn motions. If the baby starts to slow down, hold down on your breast for a few seconds to release more milk. If he is still hungry, this will get him going again. If he does not respond then try switching sides as he may have emptied that breast. Socialization When you're out an about, make sure you introduce your child to anyone you meet. This helps their self-esteem and gets them used to meeting new people. If you don't introduce your child, you make them feel invisible and ignored. It's important that your child feel loved and like they're part of the family. Learning to be a good parent can occur in a number of formats. The best way to learn, of course, is through example. The tips you have reviewed above reflect the experience of those that have already been down the path of parenting. You now have the opportunity to benefit from their knowledge.
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