Talking about Early Parenting

Talking about Early Parenting

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Parenting is one of the greatest privileges and one of the toughest gigs. To be an effective parent you need to invest time to get to know your child and understand why you parent the way you do.

We need to be available daily to build security for our children because quantity time combined with quality time is the best recipe for success. The community’s role and other relationships such as
grandparents, is also pivotal in assisting the early years of parenting.

You need to have a long term, intentional approach to your parenting. What type of adult are they going to become? We want our children to be independent, free thinking, considerate and thoughtful of others and fulfilled in their God given gifts and talents.

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Talking about Early Parenting
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  • Module 1: Be Informed, Be Involved, Be Intentional

    Parenting is one of the greatest privileges and one of the toughest gigs. To be an effective parent you need to invest time to get to know your child and understand why you parent the way you do.

    We need to be available daily to build security for our children because quantity time combined wi...

  • Module 2: You can do this - confidence and discipline

    Having confidence in your parenting role and the ability to be consistent is tough, however it is vital role in being an effective parent.. Remember that your child is constantly watching, and will more likely to follow your example than what you say. You are always role modelling.

    This is...

  • Module 3: Temperament, personality & parenting styles

    Temperament is something we’re born with, it is hard wired and innate. It shapes our nature and behaviour.

    Personality is often learned. It is influenced by a variety of factors such as social, environmental and
    relational.

    Have you ever said, “ I will never be like my mother, or I will...

  • Module 4: Values and boundaries

    Children thrive within boundaries and feel safe knowing what the rules are and that you will consistently follow through with the consequences if they are broken.

    Kids will look for the ‘path of least resistance’ and can tend to seek the parent that will give the answer or thing that they wan...

  • Module 5: Faith and spirituality

    God intended for the family to be the basic unit in society. Take out God, the family starts to crumble and so does society. We would like for you to consider allowing God into your family.

    As you develop your own faith you can then in turn pass that on to your children.

    For the home is th...