GOOD PARENTING SKILLS IN 21ST CENTURY

GOOD PARENTING SKILLS IN 21ST CENTURY

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Children are the heritage of Lord. Therefore Children, if not properly groomed may never get to the top in life, even if both parents are at the top of their careers. Manners take you to where your education can't irrespective of your status, wealth or your reach or influence:

#1 Going to your child's school indecently dressed. (Think again).

#2 Speaking rashly to your child's teacher.

#3 Cursing, using foul language or swearing words in front of your children.

#4 Using makeup on children.

#5 Dressing your little children up indecently (they loose their sense of Princesshood).

#6 Putting earrings on your son's ears.

#7 Your child hold the cup or glassware by the brim and you don't correct.

#8 Your children don't greet and you just feel they will come around one day because they have a mood swing. (You will be blamed for it).

#9 Your children eat with their mouth opened and you feel they will grow up some day.

#10 Your children bringing home something you did not buy for them and you say nothing. (that is the beginning of stealing).

#11 The Children talk back at you and you conclude it's okay since you are a 21st century Mummy. (You will hate yourself if they do that outside and they are disciplined).

#12 The Children interrupt when you are speaking with another adult and you think they are bold and clever. (Its really bad manners).

#13 The Children exercising authority over the Nanny and domestic staff and you let them be. (that is bad parenting).

#14 The Children saying things like "my driver is on his way..." I do not advocate that children should call your domestic staff Aunty or Brother, calling them by Name when they are not young people is not proper either. The use of Miss, Mr or Mrs will look good on them.

#15 Your children don't say a 'thank you' when they have been helped or served something and you are cool with that. (Bad parenting).

#16 When your Children cannot stand children's who are less privileged.

#18 When the Children pick their noses with their hands.

#19 When the Children don't wash their hands after visiting the washroom or after returning from school or outside visits.

#20 When your Children take something from the fridge without taking permission. (Bad parenting).

#21 When your Children don't knock on closed doors and wait for a response before opening the door.

#22 When your Children don't collect from your hands items you brought in as you walk into your home.

#23 When your Children request for a bribe to carry out their home chores or extra task. (That is disgraceful).

#24 When your Children act like their Grandparents irritate them. (It's a Transferable Curse).

#25 When your Children have not learnt to get up from the Chair for the Elderly or Visitors to sit.

#26 When your Children tells lot of Lies. (You will both cry in the future).

#27 When your Children ask "who is that?" at a knock on your door instead of "please, may I know who is there."

#28 When your Children is always seated by your Visitors when being served Drinks or Food.

#29 When your Children still point their fingers at other people, when talking to or speaking about them.

#30 When your Children play and jump around when Prayers are going on. (These can apply to Children from Ages 4 and Above). This  is very rude & rotten parenting. Such a parent is a shame to herself. Teach your children at home,  it's very frustrating to have your children make noise while prayers  or preachings r going on. May d Lord help us parents to stop being irresponsible. 

Don't be a 21st Century Parent who can't correct their Children. You leave your children to jump on beds, sofas at your house, & they carry this personality to other people's houses whom you visit. They open fridges at other people's houses,  jump on sofas, break glasses & you do not even stop your child. Go ahead,  destroy them so they will fail their future. Train your Children in the way of the Lord so that when they grow up they will not depart from such Godly Training or Upbringing. 

30 Questions to Ask Your Kid Instead of "How Was Your Day?"

Sometimes it can be tough getting your child to talk about their day. Instead of asking the mundane question "How was your day?," try using one of these creative queries from our friends at Parent Co.! When I picked my son up from his first day of 4th grade, my usual (enthusiastically delivered) question of "how was your day?" was met with his usual (indifferently delivered) "fine." Come on! It's the first day, for crying out loud! Give me something to work with, would you, kid? The second day, my same question was answered, "well, no one was a jerk."

That's good . . . I guess.

I suppose the problem is my own. That question actually sucks. Far from a conversation starter, it's uninspired, overwhelmingly open ended, and frankly, completely boring. So as an alternative, I've compiled a list of questions that my kid will answer with more than a single word or grunt. In fact, he debated his response to question 8 for at least half an hour over the weekend. The jury's out until he can organize a foot race. Here comes questions a kid will answer at the end of a long school day:

# What did you eat for lunch?

# Did you catch anyone picking their nose?

# What games did you play at recess?

#What was the funniest thing that happened today?

#Did anyone do anything super nice for you?

#What was the nicest thing you did for someone else?

#Who made you smile today?

#Which one of your teachers would survive a zombie apocalypse? Why?

#What new fact did you learn today?

#Who brought the best food in their lunch today? What was it?

#What challenged you today?

#If school were a ride at the fair, which ride would it be? Why?

#What would you rate your day on a scale of 1 to 10? Why?

#If one of your classmates could be the teacher for the day who would you want it to be? Why?

#If you had the chance to be the teacher tomorrow, what would you teach the class?

#Did anyone push your buttons today?

#Who do you want to make friends with but haven't yet? Why not?

#What is your teacher's most important rule?

#What is the most popular thing to do at recess?

#Does your teacher remind you of anyone else you know? How?

#Tell me something you learned about a friend today.

#If aliens came to school and beamed up 3 kids, who do you wish they would take? 

Why?

#What is one thing you did today that was helpful?

#When did you feel most proud of yourself today?

#What rule was the hardest to follow today?

#What is one thing you hope to learn before the school year is over?

#Which person in your class is your exact opposite?

#Which area of your school is the most fun?

#Which playground skill do you plan to master this year?

#Does anyone in your class have a hard time following the rules?
                                                                
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