Then one day Robbie came home from school and found me working in the kitchen. Had she told him that if he asked a second time, she would put him directly to bed — and had she kept her promise, in spite of entreaties — she would have saved him a whipping, and herself a great deal of unnecessary trouble.
Such then is the duty of a mother — to tend and watch over the needs of her child, to guard it in health, to nurse it in sickness, to be solicitous for it in all the changes of life; and to prevent, as much as possible, those many evils to which flesh is heir from assailing her fondly cherished offspring.
There's no time for her to think of the little one's coming; she must work only the harder because of its coming. The finest lesson on the beauty of truth — must be enforced by a mother never herself saying what is false; for children pay great regard to consistency, and very soon detect any discrepancies between that which is taught — and that which is practiced.
There should be firmness united with it — great firmness. Who is so fit to watch over the needs of infancy, as she who gave that infant birth. House Resolution urges departments that assist families and children to offer and promote educational materials about breastfeeding. She will so fence around her children from external dangers and allurements, that destructive beasts will be kept out.
Your pee pee is inside of me, daddy. This will soon break him of the habit of pestering. This method would also teach the child to reverence and respect the parent. The education programs must include a campaign to promote breastfeeding.
But the truth was that I thought of Robbie the entire time. Another small piece was given him, after he had promised that he certainly would not pester any more.
My husband went to work and I stayed home to look after our son, Robbie. Robbie smacked me again.
He is now ready for the great battle of life. She should enter into its hopes and fears, and share its joys and sorrows. Only, you and I, as mother and son, will be closer.
This method would also teach the child to reverence and respect the parent. Yes, you — the mother — can prevent the evil — and nurture the good. I will here present, from the pen of an English lady, whose work has not, we believe, been re-printed in this country, a most excellent series of precepts.
For it is the heart which is the great mover of all actions — and the moment a child can distinguish between a smile and a frown, from that moment should instruction commence — an instruction suited indeed to infantile capacities, but which should be enlarged as the child's capacities expand.
I do not remember ever being in her house, without witnessing some scene of contention with the children. But the indulgent mother above, who said she loved her children too much to punish them — was actually obliged to punish them ten times as much as the strict mother did.
In the same way, it will be vain to teach a child that lying is a great crime in God's sight, when a mother in her own words shows no regard to truth; and equally so of all other passions and feelings.
But making due allowance for human incompetency and human sentimentality, still a mother will be bound to the utmost of her power, to be the instructress of her child — equally by the lesson she inculcates, and the example she exhibits.
It is very bad policy to allow the first years of a child's life to pass without instruction; for if good is not written on the mind when young — there is sure to be evil written there. The Mother of Distinction M. George began, 'Mother, I want a piece of mince-pie.
I make a single extract and with it close my present rambling work. To the mind of a mother, who loves her children, no subject can have so deep an interest as that which has respect to the well-being of her offspring.
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