Good Parents adheres Good Teachers too

A child is first person between the new couple to give more strength to the newly couple’s relationship.

At the same time proper handling and good upbringing becomes the prior duty of the parents towards their new born.

But hardly people can easily cope up with this new situation in their life. Vary from the pre pregnancy to post pregnancy; the complete doctor’s supervision becomes mandatory to all the working / non working couple. 

After completing all theses hurdle to become a parent, now it’s time to handle a good parenting. Lots of good parenting books, net contents   and magazines are quite available in the market to cater for this new arrival of your life.

From 0-1 year, the age period is a very crucial time when parents have to take proper care of their child requirements. At this age your child is so innocence, who cannot deliver the complete messages of his/her mental or bodily requirement. According to the changing weather conditions, other parameters of child health protection should also strictly mean to be following according to doctor’s advice.

From 2-3 years, a child should prepare to go for the Play school. This is the major platform can be concluded to notice basic child behaviors and development patterns for the parents. Only good parents can become the first friend and well-wishers for their children. Each child is free to follow his own moods and expectations from the society or surroundings. Any child is very keen to learn whatever they see around them.     

Tips to follow the rules of showing good etiquettes towards 2-3years old children:

1. Set a good example. It's unfair to expect politeness of a child if his parents are not polite themselves.

2. Teach your child manners in stages, as his comprehension and skills develop. It probably won't do any good to ask a 2-year-old to stop chewing with his mouth open; he probably lacks the understanding and physical coordination to comply.

3. Start using words and phrases like 'please,' 'thank you,' 'excuse me,' 'I'm sorry,' and 'may I?' as early as possible around your child. Encourage your child to do the same.

4. Take care what language you use around children; they mimic the way adults speak.

5. Ask your child to address adults with a certain degree of formality - that is, Ms. Lee, Mrs. Doe, Mr. Smith - unless the adult tells them to do otherwise.

6.  Review the other basics of etiquette with your child whenever necessary. He should learn how to shake hands, show respect for older people, behave quietly in public places, and avoid interrupting other people in conversation. He should also learn not to play with other people's belongings unless given permission to do so.

7. Avoid ignoring bad behavior or waiting to talk about it. Address a rule as soon as your child breaks it.

8. Bring up the behavior again in private so you can discuss it more thoroughly and make sure your child understands how to behave in the future.

9. Praise your child for good behavior.