Don’t just tell your kids you love them in spoken words – use a variety of ways to communicate.
Tell your children you love them.
Tell your kids you love them, often, in many different ways.
As the kids get older, they will get busier with school, sport, after-school activities, friends, etc. Work around their other commitments as much as you can in planning time together.
If you are separated from your partner and have limited access to your children, make sure they know that you will continue to always be there for them.
If you are separated from your partner, disciplining your children can become more difficult.
Having a strong father figure is a hugely powerful factor in a child’s life; in fact, it’s the biggest need that children have in today's society.
There are so many outdoor ideas to choose from when it comes to a family-fun day with your partner and kids. Find out some ideas of an activity you can enjoy.
If changes such as separation or moving house have disrupted family traditions, start new ones!
It can be difficult to really listen to your kids, and yet it is so important. To know that you are interested in their lives and their concerns gives children the support they need to help them face life confidently.