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comment Why should I be hell bent on educating my toddler when she's going to learn the stuff anyways when she grows up?
not sure why is it downvoted. nice answer.
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comment Why should I be hell bent on educating my toddler when she's going to learn the stuff anyways when she grows up?
Am thankful for your helpful answer too.
1d
comment Why should I be hell bent on educating my toddler when she's going to learn the stuff anyways when she grows up?
Am thankful for your helpful answer.
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comment Why should I be hell bent on educating my toddler when she's going to learn the stuff anyways when she grows up?
Why the downvote? Explain please. I'll improve the question.
May
20
comment How to deal with extreme misbehavior of younger siblings?
I wondering that after having 6 children what makes you want another child! It is surprising that after having so many problems with 6 children you are willing to give birth to 7th child which you know will add burden to your single life!
May
20
comment How to create learning opportunities for the toddler who is already *extremely* interested in books?
@DavidRicherby Because I haven't ever seen a xylophone myself in real life so I can't show that to her. I have taught her only those words which she can see in her real life and not only in books.
May
19
comment How to create learning opportunities for the toddler who is already *extremely* interested in books?
I didn't mention it but all this has been done already.
Apr
30
comment Can a wish when thrusted upon a person from childhood become her own wish?
Thanks to you too. Please read my comment on the other answer.
Apr
30
comment Can a wish when thrusted upon a person from childhood become her own wish?
Very helpful information. Thanks. Now, this father says that this answer is applied only on Western country people. Yes, I know I have married an a**.
Apr
7
comment How to deal with rat and mouse, and fox, wolf, and jackal in story books?
Dogs and cows, and cats can be seen daily in the streets here. She has seen a rat too. And I don't know whether that was a rat or a mouse. I called it rat. The major problem is with the animals which can't be seen on streets in daily life like - fox, wolf, jackal, turtle, tortoise.
Apr
7
comment How to deal with rat and mouse, and fox, wolf, and jackal in story books?
@KaiQing Books depict them similarly. As far as "fox, wolf and jackal" are concerned - seeing the hand painted pictures I am sure most people won't be able to notice the difference. Nor can anyone notice the difference between rat and mouse. The story books don't use photographs, they use paintings. Also, the animals here were clothes sometimes.
Mar
18
comment How to raise a child such that she has high self esteem throughout her life?
@rotard thanks for valuable response.
Feb
19
comment How to stop the toddler from *deliberately* throwing things out of the balcony?
@Joe Or is your desire to get her to stop throwing things? That's my desire. :)
Sep
25
comment How to deal with the toddler who is not least interested in listening to the stories I read or listening to my talks?
Thankful for the nice advice.
Sep
25
comment How to deal with the toddler who is not least interested in listening to the stories I read or listening to my talks?
thankful for your sound advice.
Sep
24
comment How to deal with the toddler who is not least interested in listening to the stories I read or listening to my talks?
She is the first and the last child.
Apr
9
comment My infant has started walking — when should I start making her wear shoes?
thankful to you.
Apr
9
comment My infant has started walking — when should I start making her wear shoes?
@dotVezz Pardon, I didn't get your point. All I meant was that I need answers with references. Is that asking for too much?
Mar
17
comment How should you deal with (deliberate) selective deafness?
very useful question!
Mar
15
comment Are there drawbacks between reading stories from ebooks rather than paper books?
thanks for the "detailed" answer.