Sara Was A Troubled Child.

When we had our second daughter, Sara became uneasy about her position as the single child. She throws tantrum, was constantly mad at everything, most importantly, mentally and emotionally scarred.

We didnt do much for her except to tell her to keep quiet, our focus was solely on the new born, Amira.

She became jealous and causing trouble just to get our attention. Initially we thought this would pass, like what most parents told us. But after months, the problem persisted.

We (parents) do not like to sweep dusts under the rug or cut corners, something needed to change, it had to be us.

Everyday, we kept our cool, taking at least 30 minutes of our busy day (individually) to play with Sara, immerse into her world and let loose.

After 2 months, we can safely say, this is the Sara we had, happy, care free and full of life.

The key is to behave just like how we want her to. We spoke softly to her. Shower her with love. Reduced our own gadget time.

Kids absorb like sponge, not just words, actions and thinking too.

We want our kids to be incredible, it should start with us.

Ps: #SaraEdwin loves her scooter.
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  • noktahhitamSara Was A Troubled Child.

    When we had our second daughter, Sara became uneasy about her position as the single child. She throws tantrum, was constantly mad at everything, most importantly, mentally and emotionally scarred.

    We didnt do much for her except to tell her to keep quiet, our focus was solely on the new born, Amira.

    She became jealous and causing trouble just to get our attention. Initially we thought this would pass, like what most parents told us. But after months, the problem persisted.

    We (parents) do not like to sweep dusts under the rug or cut corners, something needed to change, it had to be us.

    Everyday, we kept our cool, taking at least 30 minutes of our busy day (individually) to play with Sara, immerse into her world and let loose.

    After 2 months, we can safely say, this is the Sara we had, happy, care free and full of life.

    The key is to behave just like how we want her to. We spoke softly to her. Shower her with love. Reduced our own gadget time.

    Kids absorb like sponge, not just words, actions and thinking too.

    We want our kids to be incredible, it should start with us.

    Ps: #SaraEdwin loves her scooter.

  • syatillaramlanThanks for sharing the tips..
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