1. These are great tips! I think the one I like best is spending quality time with family, as those are the moments they’ll remember for the rest of their lives. Also, doing fun activities instead of watching tv only sounds like something that would make happy kids! 🙂

  2. Well done! All spot on pointers for raising healthy and happy children. I especially feel that one of the most important duties as a parent is to provide a safe and nourishing environment where will children can grow and blossom.

  3. great tips! I think people are so busy they barely see their kids grow up! I love being able to be at home and spend a lot of time with them. We also always do things together 🙂

  4. Thanks for sharing. As I’m getting ready to welcome my new little guy into the world, it means a lot to me that he is happy. I hope I can raise him to be that way.

  5. It is so hard to be around negativity. One of my kids struggled with the “Debbie-downer” syndrome, and it started to impact several of our kids. We tried several of your strategies and we did slowly see some improvements. I think the family quality time was the most important for us.

    1. Hi Dia,
      I agree with you. My son started reading at a very early stage and that has set him to success. The goal is to keep trying and encouraging. Every child is different and they must all be encouraged and efforts acknowledged

  6. Quality family time and a healthy lifestyle are prob the two most important I think. I consider myself happy person and I think it’s all from my awesome parents. Parenting could be difficult but I’m fortunate in that way.

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