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Little ways to make your child happy!

Anurima
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Little ways to make your child happy

As the saying goes; Better Late than Never- there are ways to make a difference in day to day situations; to avoid the stress from affecting our children; ways to get out of the unhappy frame of mind.


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Monita patel

| Jul 06, 2017

Yes. parenting ain't easy. im still learning. this is quite helpful. but as we humans are we sometimes tend to overreact. need to understand and control situations in a better way always

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Monita patel

| Jul 06, 2017

Yes. parenting ain't easy. im still learning. this is quite helpful. but as we humans are we sometimes tend to overreact. need to understand and control situations in a better way always

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shruthi Prakash

| Dec 27, 2015

Good one... our kids are our mirror... with a 6 yr old and a 6 month old... i see it clearly... This article is a reminder to keep a check on our behaviour... must read for parents...

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Tina

| Sep 05, 2015

Very helpfull blog

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Ujala

| Sep 04, 2015

Thanks anurima!!

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Atluri Ajitha

| Sep 04, 2015

Good one. Looking forward for more such articles

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Shweta Thomas

| Sep 04, 2015

Lovely article. I am a new mom n all your these experiences is surely going to help me become a better mother.. Thank u anurima

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Anurima

| Sep 04, 2015

Dear Madhura, one good way to handle tantrums is to ignore it completely. You may go about your business when your child has a meltdown at home. If at a public place, take him to a quiet corner and give him time to let it out. Try not to talk, shout or even reason with him. You may sit calmly looking away or looking at a brochure/book anything you may have handy. Once your child realizes he/she is not getting the attention, he/she will stop. Try not to give him or console him. This will make things more difficult in the future.

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Anurima

| Sep 04, 2015

Thank you all for the wonderful comments. I hope they will really help all parents in many situations.

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Hina Mamtora

| Sep 03, 2015

I really appreciate Ur blog I definitely try to implement

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Madhura Aphale

| Sep 03, 2015

Very helpful blog.... but hw to handle the tantrums which is really not possible to handle. without shouting

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Priya

| Sep 03, 2015

Very helpful ...I'm thinking to save this blog :-)

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Deepti Garg

| Sep 03, 2015

Really good tips

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Anurima

| Sep 03, 2015

Hi Ujala. I completely understand what you are saying. Any little stress we have, comes out on our children, on especially the older one. We are humans after all :) I also do the same and later regret having shouted for things which are not their fault. I would suggest you try the handy tips as mentioned in the last part of the blog. Those are tried and tested ways to help us parents deal with the stress without having to take them out on our children. Good luck Ujala :)

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Mahnaz Shaikh

| Sep 02, 2015

Very useful. I am going to follow it as well. Thanks for sharing such a valuable info which help us to make our kids happy

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Ujala

| Sep 02, 2015

Dear anurima,lovely article.. I have two kids,my daughter is 4 and a half years old and son is 1and a half. whenever I have an argument with my husband or anything. i take it out on my daughter. thou,she is very caring herself m emotional too. i even scream my lungs out when I tell her not to do something and she does. i have realised that now she hides things from us thinking we wouls get angry. please advise how can I change myself as I know it's gonna leave bad impact on her. she was a very happy child before. Hope whoever reads this,can help me in their own way! Thanks alot

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Meenu Vemuri

| Aug 27, 2015

I'm happy that I'm doing almost all the things with my daughter which u have mentioned.

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Sarika Sharma

| Aug 07, 2015

This is really helpful as all these things happen with me these days I am running with all these situations... Where I misbehaved with my baby..... And when I realized I cried and felt very bad and also thought is it me only who do so but now I know there are many parents who also suffered same situation......... This article helped me lot to understand and will keep in mind. Thanx

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Anu Harikumar

| Jul 30, 2015

An amazing article that could help parents under stress to know how to free themselves of stress and build the right relationship and bond with their children. Cheers

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dp

| Jul 02, 2015

Gud one anu

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Archana Kumar

| Jul 01, 2015

Very helpful...

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Ravi

| Jun 20, 2015

Stress from work is taking a toll on me and is literally affecting my relationship with my kids. Having read your article, I'll try to follow atleast a few of your suggestions. Thank You Arunima, for your wonderful post.

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Sriparna Barman

| Jun 09, 2015

Arunima a very neat and precise writing. I guess what children need most from us is patience. I personally am very bad at this. But as they say, I am learning from my three and a half years old everyday and hope to be successful soon :). Keep writing

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Satkar

| Jun 08, 2015

Helpful & useful information Thanks

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Geetika

| May 14, 2015

Very well written Anurima. Thumbs up... Looking forward to see more blogs.

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Richa Aditya

| May 13, 2015

Excellent..

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Dipangshu Mallick

| May 13, 2015

Very nice

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Nita Sahni

| May 07, 2015

Priya Jhangiani - won't that be awesome

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Priya Jhangiani

| May 07, 2015

Very nice article i am going to go thru it everday so it keeps reminding me "keep ur work aside and make ur child happy"

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manisha bahuguna

| Apr 07, 2015

Very helpful... Very useful for me.. Thanks

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chitra

| Feb 27, 2015

Thanks a lot.... simply superb.....

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Anitha

| Feb 26, 2015

Hi Aniruma A good article indeed. Well just wanted to know with all these tips if things are still not in control then how to handle the situation. Trying to explain simply do not work.... leads to anger n frustration. Please suggest /comment. Thanks in advance.... Anitha

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chitra

| Feb 13, 2015

Nice.....

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Kirti Mehrotra

| Feb 06, 2015

Thanks Anurima. I too make the same mistakes and yes they can understand. One thing I would like to know. My daughter and myself play games. She likes Business and chess. But chess she does not know how to play. I want to know whether I should defeat her or not. She gets upset when I take any of her pawns... We haven't completed a game yet...

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rashmi

| Dec 16, 2014

Very nice article.. what you say makes so much sense!!

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Uma Madhavan

| Oct 08, 2014

anurima... this was super !!! thanks for writing such a article

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Sivapratha

| Oct 08, 2014

Good one. I too aspire to become my daughter's first and best friend. Trying my best.... Useful tips. Thanks Anu. :)

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Preetha Tom

| Oct 07, 2014

Good Article.... Im short tempered and show my anger to my family when my child was around. I should try to contol my emotions in front of my daughter ....Thanks for sharing your experience.

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Lakshmi Dass

| Jul 11, 2014

A very nice article.... i m a short tempered mom & often lose my patience..... i always want to b my son's best friend .... but unable to do so due to my temper..... all the points u hv mentioned are absolutely correct... hope i will too try to change.... it was a great feeling after reading ur article.... thnx again...

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Tripti

| Jul 11, 2014

Thanks Arunima, Indeed an amazing piece of writeup which I am surely going to benefit from being a little short tempered and keep loosing my cool every now & then. This article is surely going to help me.

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payal

| Jun 07, 2014

Thank u... this article is also very helpful. .

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sakshi

| Jun 06, 2014

very nice article , really helpful for me thanks dear.

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Jesha S Inamdar

| Jun 03, 2014

Great article... would surely try these tips

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shweta narula

| May 01, 2014

Gr8 article.. would definitely b a great help in vacations..

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Anurima

| Jan 31, 2014

Thank you dear fellow parents. Its great to see that the articles are helping parents in little ways possible :)

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Nabamita

| Jan 30, 2014

awesum blog arunima thanks a ton

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PADMAPRIYA

| Jan 29, 2014

Very nice article. expecting more similar worth articles from you

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Teena Gulati

| Jan 09, 2014

Nice article... worth reading

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Manu

| Jan 07, 2014

feeling good after reading article.. quite useful:)

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RUPA Mehta

| Dec 15, 2013

Very good n useful blog....

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Teena Gulati

| Dec 14, 2013

Gud one!

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Sheenu Trivedi

| Dec 13, 2013

Hi Thanks so much for this. This blog is very good and helpful I face the same problem very often with my kids.

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Anurima

| Dec 12, 2013

Thank you Mommys. I am glad that this many of you are finding this article useful :)

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puja agarwal

| Dec 03, 2013

A very very helpful article... seems all v knw but sometimes fail to implement because of our hectic daily life... thnx Anu for a wonderful read..

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Arthy

| Nov 22, 2013

A very good mind opener for all of us by reading such kind of articles really it is relaxing

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Arthy

| Nov 22, 2013

A very good mind opener for all of us by reading such kind of articles really it is relaxing

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Tanuja Sodhi

| Nov 13, 2013

Great read Anurima!

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Veenus

| Oct 28, 2013

Nice article, will definitely try these tips in our daily routine, to become my daughter's good friend. Thanks Anurima !!

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Neha Sethi

| Oct 25, 2013

Indeed a very nice and helpful article. Would try and put some of these into action over the weekend to come. Thanks a lot

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Anurima

| Oct 23, 2013

Jayashree, you made a valid point indeed! It is very important that parents try to be friends with their child first. This opens up a whole world of interaction and happiness :)

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Anurima

| Oct 23, 2013

Dear Nivedita, I am so happy that you found the blog useful. I really hope it helps in any little way possible.

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Jayashree

| Oct 22, 2013

Dear Anu, we can also play batminton or any other like with the children one thing is we must work harder than them to win us in such games. They would understand two things from this. First one is they will realize a Quote "try try try... until you succeed. " Then second is they will feel you as their first friend. - Jayashree.

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Nivedita

| Oct 18, 2013

Dear Anurima, One of the best articles I have ever read... Live will be richer indeed, if we follow even 10% of it! thanks for sharing!

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Kiran

| Oct 11, 2013

really a very nice article to read and relax ,many things we know but dont put them to application when it has to be applied...

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Anurima

| Sep 30, 2013

@ Dhara, I completely agree with you. Sometimes we know what to do but we dont mostly because we prioritize things differently.

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Anurima

| Sep 30, 2013

I am so glad that you all liked the article. Please share your suggestions too.

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Ishta

| Sep 30, 2013

nice

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Dhara

| Sep 27, 2013

Great article,many things we know but actually don't put it in application.

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Geetha

| Sep 27, 2013

excellent

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Dr Mittal

| Sep 26, 2013

GREAT ARTICLE... THANKS ANURIMA.. :) LOVED IT.

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Shikha Batra

| Sep 26, 2013

Dear Anurima! A very relaxing article to read. While reading it helped me unwind. Thnx so much.

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