New additions

Young kids likely won’t understand yet what it means to have a new sibling. Look at picture books about babies and families.

Catch your child being good

Instead of always pointing out everything your child does wrong, give them attention for the things that they do right

Communicating you care

Simply rubbing a child’s back, smiling and winking, or tucking a child into bed communicates, ‘I care about you.’

Learning to behave with others

How you treat your child is how she will learn to treat herself. If you’re harsh with her, she’ll be harsh with herself.
From: YourParentingsSolutions.com

Eating out with toddlers

When dining out each parent should try to order something out of either their main entree or sides that the child will like.

This way the child will have a variety of food to eat if he decides he doesn’t like something that night that he usually loves.
From: Associated Content.com

Make your children feel loved and important.

Kids develop a sense of self-worth early in life. Listen to what your children have to say.

Assure them that they are loved and safe. Celebrate their individuality, and tell them what makes them special and what you admire about them.
From: Kids Growth.com