Femi Adekunle is a lawyer and writer. He spoke to GREGORY AUSTIN NWAKUNOR about his two new books – Inspirational Parenting and Busting Parenting Fallacies.
Every parent is concerned about the safety of his or her child, especially when they are away. Hence, the need to arm your child with basic safety tips that keeps them relatively safe.
Listening is a demanding activity. It is easy to nod along to a child’s observation, complaint, or request. In many homes, parents hear, but do not listen to their children.
Every child needs to be shown they are valued and loved; it is essential to bonding. Your child wants a constant reminder that people love them, this they will see and perceive in the way a parent talks...
Having spent 69 years on Planet Earth, one cannot but be grateful to God, the all-powerful Creator for His limitless mercies, love, grace and favour, especially when one still enjoys sound health ....
Welcome to the new year! May it be a happy one for you and yours! It is another year, and we will be talking about the family goals we can set for the new year.
One major determinant to a smooth academic session for your child includes the payment of school fees. Every private owned school survive or depend on the tuition and other fees paid by parents to see their child through....
It has been a period of high activities for many children, lots of food, drinks, presents, laughter and more. They had attended countless parties, played with bouncy castles and visited Santa.
30 Oct 2021
Bullying involves the use of force, coercion, hurtful teasing or threat, to abuse, aggressively dominate or intimidate, which is usually done over a period of time.
11 Sep 2021
It’S back-to-school season; every September marks the beginning of another school session and a fresh start for children. As parents, it is pertinent to prepare them physically, emotionally and spiritually in their pursuit for academic success.
24 Jul 2021
The holidays are upon us. Schools are winding down the academic session and kids will have ample time to do less schoolwork.