Parenting in Public: Humble Tips From Fellow Parents

What to Do When Your Child Misbehaves in Public, from lernin blog

Kids sometimes make a scene, it happens. The problem is it can happen anywhere: at the supermarket, at a restaurant, during a family reunion, at school, on a plane… And, well, you probably don’t enjoy feeling observed, or even judged. Because we know that happens, we’ve been there. Being judged, not judging, obvs.

But hey, we come to help, or at least to try! So here go some tips that worked for us, and we hope will work for you too. Continue reading “Parenting in Public: Humble Tips From Fellow Parents”

Bed-Wetting: Why It Happens and What to Do About It

Bed-Wetting: Why It Happens and What to Do About It, from lernin blog

First of all, don’t panic. Bed-wetting –also called nighttime incontinence or nocturnal enuresis –is more common than you think: 20% of 5-year-olds wet their bed. This number gradually goes down: 10% of 7-year-olds wet their bed; and 5% of 10-year-olds still don’t fully control their bladder at night.

In fact, bed-wetting before age 7 is not a problem; it’s just that your child is still developing their bladder control. Continue reading “Bed-Wetting: Why It Happens and What to Do About It”

Hilarious Things Kids Say (and Sometimes Make a lot of Sense)

Hilarious Things Kids Say (and Sometimes Make a lot of Sense), from lernin blog

It’s widely known that kids and drunk people never lie. However, kids are funny and drunk people… not so much so. Anywho, we all have suffered experienced the brutal honesty of kids. From a simple “but mum, you are ooooold” to a more sophisticated statement like “boogers are poop from your nose, so I don’t eat them”. So, we’ve surfed the internet, the world wide web, in search some of the funny things kids say, aaaaaand… Continue reading “Hilarious Things Kids Say (and Sometimes Make a lot of Sense)”