5 Baby Parenting Paper Topics You Can CutYour list of parenting paper topics might be a little long and you need to trim some things out. Here are five baby parenting paper topics you can cut and toss. With the proper techniques, you can certainly earn the respect of your child. I know I gained it when I adopted my son.
Apple Wars. We've all heard of them. They're probably considered too graphic for some paper. But if you don't want to show the child in the paper, just leave the close-ups out. It's all in how you approach the material.
That's one of the first parenting paper topics I've implemented in our house. Give your child a reason to do their homework. While you're expecting the child to do it, we want the work to help them think through the issue they have. Let's say that my son has to learn to read by the end of the summer. He has to read the list of food allergens. The reading is the carrot to get him motivated and then challenge him to look up the ingredients listed on the label.
Something that always works in my book, among many others, is the 'I'm too small' paper topics. My daughter thinks she's too small and can't eat certain foods or has digestive issues. But the truth is that she's right. There are very few kids that are really small. (I thought we were small but then my wife said, 'well, I think you're short' and I guess that's true. ;-))
Every other kid that is born or grows up smaller than you is too big for most things. The 'too small' paper topic makes the child understand that there are some things that they need to eat that aren't going to make them too small. For example, if your child wants to eat a peanut butter sandwich, then that's not a problem because peanut butter is the peanut butter. Try this: show your child how you can still eat peanut butter sandwiches even if you're a peanut butter lover.
A second paper topic I use is about typical gender issues. We haven't discussed that, but we definitely can and should. Do you have any work on mommy or daddy issues? Perhaps, a daddy day care fee for the weekend, chores, etc.
A third paper topic is new language that your child is learning at school. Let them pick their topic. Some good examples are math, grammar, and vocabulary. When you know a topic before the child does, it will be easier for the child to relate it to the paper.
These are five of the most common parenting paper topics you can get started with. Be creative and utilize your creativity!