1.Keep your children’s room clean and dry. Maintain
normal room temperature in their rooms.
2. Keep all doors and windows closed in the evening,
otherwise it provides easy access to mosquitos &
other insects to enter your home.
3. Use mosquito’s nets in the kids rooms instead of mosquito coils.
4.Serve moderately hot food for your child.
5.Keep your children
bags, rain coats and playing items dry and clean
6.Inculcate the habit
of washing hands in your child after using the toilet and before eating.
7. Prevent your
children from biting their nails as this will cause them to ingest any
infection that may be on their hands.
8.Storing water in
copper or silver vessels is not just a fashion statement! Doing so kills all
germs and sterilizes the water.
Toddlers are infamous for tantrums and other behavior issues. To
encourage listening and cooperation, follow these parenting tips.
can be frustrating for toddlers. Though eager to show their independence,
toddlers can't always move as swiftly as they'd like or express their needs.
This combination can lead to tantrums and misbehavior. But you can teach your
toddler to behave well by providing love, attention, praise, encouragement and a degree
of routine. Consider these practical parenting tips.
1.Show your love
Positive attention tops the
list of parenting tips for toddlers. Make sure your displays of affection for
your child outnumber any consequences or punishments. Hugs, kisses and
good-natured roughhousing reassure your child of your love. Frequent praise and
attention also can motivate your toddler to follow the rules.
2.Accept your child
As your child grows, he or she
will display certain personality traits. Some of these are learned, others
genetic. Respect your child's developing individuality and don't expect him or
her to be just like you. While you're likely to notice certain features of your
child's temperament, avoid labeling them — which can encourage bad behavior.
Instead, nurture your child's personality by finding ways to help him or her
Rather than overloading your
child with rules from the outset — which might frustrate him or her —
prioritize those geared toward safety first and gradually add rules over time.
Help your toddler follow the rules by childproofing your home and eliminating
as many temptations as possible.