As said by Antoine de Saint-Exupery, all adults were once children but only few people remember it. When designing a kid’s room, remember what you were and what you wanted. And no matter how decorated your apartment in a modern style or a classic. The kid’s room should be a special place, no frills and stylistic frills. Because it would be his little world in which he and only he should be as comfortable as possible.
And let everyone believe that “blue is for boys, pink is for girls,” it is not necessary to follow such a stereotypical solutions.There are many colors that are well suited for creating a child’s room. Choosing colors for a more adult child, psychologists and designers are advised to follow the toddler temperament: energetic and active child will suit a bright, bold tones, for a calm pastel. It is possible, incidentally, to do and Vice versa – then the colors will help you adjust the character of the child. It is important not to overdo it with the amount of flowers: their should not be much.
The walls and ceiling it is advisable to paint in light, soothing colors that will not adversely impact on the vision of the child, and the furniture and toys may be vivid and eye-catching. By the way, the ceiling does not have to be white. You can use blending in with the Wallpaper light shades, decorating them, for example, Continue reading
for anybody not a secret that our age is rapid. Perhaps that is why young parents, fearing to be late, hurry immediately after the birth of the baby to plan his future and solve the following problems: how old to sit with the child at home, whether to give him in a manger, whether to hire a nanny, what age do I have to invite specialists in early education of the child, which school to give to learn which universities will be worthy to receive the child after the end of the 11th grade. The above problems are not far-fetched, they have overcome almost all moms and dads, grandmothers and grandfathers. Solving them, it is difficult to consider many variables that make up our lives. All parents, trying to plan in advance and facilitate the child’s life, somehow believe that their child will be a genius: it will grow by leaps and bounds, possibly, will show musical ability, intellectual or artistic talent, brilliantly graduate…
However, everything in life, unfortunately, is much harder and more prosaic, and not always our dreams come true. But whatever it was, before almost all young parents face the question: to teach or not to teach the child? And most importantly, where to begin? A year, two, three?
There are many views on the problem of early child development: some experts believe that child up to 3 years no need to learn anything Continue reading
“I told him 10 times already said – and he is “zero” reactions! Did you even hear me?” Sometimes, parents may infuriate the situation when the child ignores their requests, pretends he can’t hear, don’t do so, as requested by parents. He quietly continues its exciting activities, or Vice versa protesting, rebelling and doing the opposite. Options child on our statements can be varied, but a rebuke of parents one – he does not want me to listen, I have the feeling that me he never hears!
Why is this happening? Because a little child is not making plans on how to kill their parents, to teach them a lesson, and educate. His reactions are more like an automatic reaction, a reflection of our relationship with him. And if the child cannot hear you, it is a litmus test, showing that you exist at different wavelengths with their child that the cooperative relationship between us.
And that could serve this. We would like to enumerate the reasons that lead to this result:
The most harmless and easily correctable option, when the child really cannot hear you due to the fact that immersed in the game state, in the world of fantasy . He is so fascinated by this that wafting voice is just not seen. Generally, the child’s play is better not to interrupt, without special occasion. But if the occasion is really important, first make sure that Continue reading