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5 Things to Do & 5 Thing Not to Do During Tantrums

Baby Brain

It isn’t anything terrible about a 2-year-old.  Children at this stage are learning what they can and cannot do. Basically testing boundaries, tantrums and so forth are all signs of a developing child.

As parents, we sometimes feel guilty about our children crying. We feel this need to fix it or stop the crying because that’s what mothers do: we make the tears go away. But many times, we’re doing an amazing job as parents by allowing the tears to flow.

    This is simply a phase of life just as we went through ourselves while learning about the world.

    Here's a list of 5 Things To Do during Tantrums

    Good luck!

    Like to acknowledge Kelly from the www.idealistmom.com who put together this great content.   

    The Healing Power of Crying

    Baby Brain

    Who would have thought, that tears and tantrums serves as a built-in healing mechanism that helps children overcome the effects of stress and trauma. Safe to say that when we were growing up we cry spontaneously when we experience something stressful or even traumatic. Understanding that a lot of these stresses are inevitable and part of life, as parents we can reduce the child's stress levels by providing a sensitive, accepting, child-friendly environment that recognises his/her needs.

    An environment that 'allows' them to cry, ridiculed or punished. It's important that we as parents strive to accept and listen to our children's emotions, so that they realise that they can come to us with their problems.  

    To download the study, click here.

    The Trustworthiness in Your Child's Name

    Baby Brain

    Who would have thought, that your child's name could determine how people trust you, or not. Names like Maddox and Knox, from the well soon to be ex-Brangelina, to Alicia Silverstone's son, Bear, are not the most common of names when you compare to Ethan or Catherine. 

    So when I stumbled on this research about how names can potentially affect one's trustworthiness, it certainly is worth knowing about its impact at the very least I thought. Because it's permanent, unless your child decides to legally change their name later down the track. Otherwise one that he/she will live with for the rest of their lives. Like a tattoo!

    For our first born, we went through a process of back and forth over the course of 10 months, before we decided on the name.  Naming your baby is obviously necessary, so do spare some thought into it. 

    For more info on the study, go here.