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Just thinking about a family car trip makes me shutter: the idea of kids complaining, kids bickering, kids throwing up, kids asking to go to the bathroom, asking how much longer. It can be painful. Very painful. Here are some ideas to make it a little less painful:
Dealing with a toddler's temper tantrum can be challenging, but there are a few things you can try that may be helpful:
It's that time of year where it seems kids have colds more often than not. It can be a lot to juggle caring for your kids along with all the other things in your busy life. Here are a few tips that might help get them better fast so you can get back to the baseline parenting chaos ;)
There’s no doubt about it, being a father certainly tests your patience from time to time. I am a prime example of a dad who struggles daily with this. Every stage of your child’s life presents a new challenge of its own. As kids get older they also get smarter, which is a double edged sword.
Before marriage and kids -- I never needed approval or permission to go out with friends, turn on a movie or play golf. Now, I have no friends, only have time to watch movie trailers and need to schedule golf 6 weeks in advance. Marriage will change you…Parenthood will change everything around you.
Packing kids’ lunches (particularly with an audience watching) will never be perfect, but with these simple steps you might make it just a little easier on yourself.
What's harder…Being a Good Dad…or…Being a Good Husband? Trick question…they're both tough and will ask different things from you. But, being a "Good-Dad" is 97% being present…and 3% you'll figure out. That said, being a "Good-Husband" is 1% x 100 different things that will test your patience, courage and Love.