Marketing with Social Media is a great way to attract new customers and drive new business and segments. And this blog is assisting so many dads to make their life more easy.
I have so far wrote a lot of new things to help a first time dads to maintain a healthier family. Your primary concern is protecting your kids and family from things that might hurt them or negatively impact their lives. You are the kind of dad who spends a lot of time making sure the house is ‘baby-proofed’ and all things potentially harmful are secure and out of reach. And who doesn’t want to have personal life. We all by default need to spend some time with family, friends, making food, playing with kids, enjoying games, social life, helping wife in her house keeping work, going out on vacation, enjoy on beach so on and so forth.
You want to be in a position with your wife to help them to explore their interests, find their passions, learn to live with their flaws and manage their harmful tendencies.
Although, a mother plays a crucial role in her child’s life, the child’s requirements for his father are distinct and clear-cut. For a child, the father as well as the mother jointly makes up the complete world of the child, put together with affection, safety and thoughtfulness.
It is vital for a father to develop a close attachment with his child by bathing him, feeding him and hugging him if the situation permits him to do so. A father should listen to whatever a child wants to tell him. A father should allow his child to tell him everything about his activities. The child should feel sufficiently comfortable with his or her father to communicate with him.
Parenting is like any other worthwhile project, you need to begin with the end in mind. One word of caution though, as they grow up, you need to transition ownership of “the end” to them. Their vision for the end might not be the same as yours.
A father should discipline his child when he thinks it is necessary. In any case, a father happens to be a person who should be given due respect. However, a father should not take recourse to needless resentment or hostility as this may instill a sense of fear in the child and he is less likely to be respectful to the father.
My goal for next week is to write on the following:
– Dads who have been there and done that.
– Dads who have done things right.
– Bi-Cultural Dad.
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