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12 Essential Parental Grid For All Parents

For every role and responsibility there is always a learning, training and internship period, but for parenting, you learn on the job. I would like to share some parental frameworks that has shaped my mentality so far. Looking forward to your additions and comments. 1. Your duty as a parent …

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INTENTIONAL PARENTING

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Our present age is beset with so many things that divide or even take away our attention – by default. Each day is clouded with different activities which make parents sometimes ‘forget’ their core responsibilities as fathers or mothers. Every parent is an employer or employee, a daughter/daughter-in-law or son/son-in-law, …

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Intentional Parenting 101

Intentional Parenting 101

Have you seen anyone who is deliberate, conscious and happy to fail as a parent? Even when/if you call and tag them ‘terrible’ mum or an ‘annoying’ dad? Their ‘REAL’ goal was/is not to be a failure in their parenting assignment If you allow them to share their stories and …

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The Little Kobo

The Little Kobo

Financial Management won’t be taught in school until the child is in the university studying something related to this. Even for basics in financials, subjects like Business Studies, Economics and Accounting etc. won’t be taught until the secondary educational level. However all these courses and subjects are all theoretical. Does …

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Do you have the Promise Box?

Do you have a promise box?

As a child, I remembered every promise made to me by uncles, aunties and relatives especially during festive period and I kept reminding them regularly until fulfillment. I think every child does that, isn’t it? Days when you have your  ‘promise book’ and different strategies  to ‘collect your right’ from …

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How innovative is your child?

Do you remember your childhood days? Days when you acted movies without scripts Days when you cooked delicious meals with weeds, stones and milk containers (although you never tasted it…did you?) Days when you composed so many rhymes in your native dialect (do you still remember some of the songs?) …

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