UPDATED May19, 2012 (Text added; Title changed) Everything starts with knowing How to Deal with Parenting Young Children 4-9. Adults sometimes forget that there is so much more to the foundations of Parenting than just feeding, washing, and dressing young children. Once you are past the infancy stage, what’s next?
Adults also forget that just breathing, and watching, and doing ‘the next right’ thing is part of the parent child relationship.
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How to Deal with Parenting Young Children 4-9
“The Heart of Parenting Young Children”
“Let’s start with the basics. What is at the heart of Parenting Young Children? Sometimes the simplest concepts elude us and we do not take the time to understand the foundation, the principles, and the deep roots of parenting, especially of parenting young children.”
“Taking this concept apart a piece at a time…”
“Let’s look at the who, what, where, when, how, and why of it all.”
“The heart of parenting young children is …”. This is more powerful than you can imagine.”
“Dig down to the building blocks and foundation.”
Young children, as well as parents, need these early years to form lasting and deep bonds. These early years are building blocks. Ages 4-9 are when your youngster begins to step out into the world outside the home.
“The leading central theme that is at the heart of Parenting Young Children…”
is exhausting, this precious time flies past at the speed of light.”
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