Nannies: A Guide to Unruly Children
Every mom wants her child to have the best caretaker. So it’s her top priority to find a nanny with motherly traits. However, not all nannies are experts in handling your kids no matter how much training they got from their agencies. If the kids are not cooperative, nannies can’t exercise their roles as a guardian. The kid doesn’t follow when the nanny tells her to eat his meal or have his nap.
Here are the following steps for the nanny or guardian who can’t make a child cooperate with her:
1. Identify the things the child wants- If you have that something the kid wants; you can have the power to make him do the things you want. For example, you can only allow him to play video games after he studied his lessons. If he did a great job, reward him with the things he wants like letting him play his favourite video games.
2. If he cooperates, entertain him with tales and stories, real or imaginary- It’s better if these stories have moral lessons in them. This will help him or her develop good character.
3. If he behaves and listens to you, reward him with his favourite snack or anything delicious and new.
Despite all these rewards, remind your child that these are because of the good things they have done and because of their cooperation. There are still other ways to reward a child. We have to be more imaginative and observe the kids about the things they want.
For the moms, your guide and personal tips on how to manage your child is very important to all nannies especially for the new one. For moms know best and they know their kids better.
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