Wednesday, February 19, 2020

For Mums: Golden Guidelines For Raising Excellent Kids


Your children can sometimes be their worst self. They can steal, yell, and grumble. They can be senseless and volatile, careless and odd. They can break a promise, tell a lie, or slam a door, and throw tantrums. And you can call it growing up and forgive their distressing manners. Whatever the behaviour of your children, make certain you’re not giving freedom to error to take root. See to it that you shape your children to advance from being unstructured to being mature.

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For Mums: Golden Guidelines For Raising Excellent Kids


Edifying relationship with your children begins with discovering them as you thoughtfully explore their unique character. When you’re set to have a significant relationship with your children, the question of WHO THEY ARE must first be tackled. Because the key to developing worthy relationships begins with being open to a more complete self.

In the book For Mums: Golden Guidelines for Raising Excellent Kids, Damilola Ogunremi shared positive parenting techniques nested in love.

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Upcoming Book | For Mums: Golden Guidelines for Raising Excellent Kids


But you, being a mother, have the power to build mightily a nation;

To enrich the dreams of the ones between birth to go beyond expectation before the sun rises.


You’re wise, and you know it.


And you’re the one who will steer the offspring of your loins in the direction that may bring consequences or welcome effects that will last a lifetime.


Start early to raise your children well. It matters not how they are born, but what they grow old to become.

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