We had the great opportunity to spend the Christmas weekend with our children, their spouses, and our 2-year-old grandson Evan. And no matter how much I love the big guy, it brought back memories of just how difficult it can be as a parent, especially of a small child and especially for the first time. If you’re in that situation, I found a resource that may help you. It’s an e-book called Smart Parenting Handbook.
If you have a Kindle, Nook, iPad, Galaxy Tab (which I recently got), or other mobile device, you may want to check it out. Here are just some of the topics in the book:
- Comprehend what moves children’s sentiment.
- Anticipate their every tantrum.
- Appreciate them as wonderful gifts and blessings.
- Understand what your kids need or like.
- Address all their challenges and emotions.
- And much more!
Check it out at http://mallpros.com/store/randolphmase/product/290! The tips will give you a lot more confidence, and probably a better child.
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Randolph Mase, Fiction Writer
Death on Broadway
Death Beneath the Streets
Death in Central Park
Death in The Cloisters (under construction)