• Motivation

    Jump

    A contest was held with a prize of a bag full of money. The competition was a challenge of jumping from a very high ravine and then swimming in the swift current of the river, and avoiding hungry crocodiles roaming the river.Since early in the morning when the contest was announced, no one wanted to do it. They only took a look with fear on the edge of the cliff.Nearing noon, suddenly there was a participant who bravely plunged from the edge of the cliff. As soon as he plunged into the river, he swam with all his might to land. The flow of the river was very heavy against…

  • Family Time,  Sponsored Posts

    Cornhole Game: Play with Customised Boards

    Cornhole game is an outdoor game that can be played in backyard or everywhere. It’s really a fun accompanying our party with friends or family. When you gather ‘round for relaxing activities like barbecue, tailgate, birthday party, or family gathering, it’s great to get this game in due to its versatility. Men, women, boys, girls, young ones, old ones can easily play cornhole game. Everyone is invited. How to play cornhole game? It’s so easy. Players take turns throwing bags of corn at a raised platform with a hole in the far end. A bag in the hole scores 3 points, while one on the platform scores 1 point. Play…

  • Family Time

    Reasons Why Dads Should Stick around Their Boys

    As I had to move out of town for my assignment work early in last year, my two kids (almost-12-year-old girl and almost-8-year-old boy) shown up a retention to my ‘decision’. Thankfully –as time went by, Rasha –the elder one- proved that she could get along with the situation. But Attar -her brother- didn’t walk on the same way. He kept whimpering and clinging to me more. At the outset, I didn’t take it a big deal as I thought time would eliminate his whining behavior, until I found myself mistaken. As my wife told me, I found that the absence of me had brought about behavioral degradation on my…

  • Kids' Workout,  Sponsored Posts

    Labels on Items: No Missing and Cool!

    All this time, each time my two kids asked me to mark their school equipment – or as instructed by their teachers – in order not to get missed or overlooked, I always had them marked with a board marker manually. Names of my kids written down on pencil box, tumbler, towel when swimming, and even underwear for an outbound activity. It did work. That hand-writing kept the belongings detectable and stuck around. However, it only left one thing: no aesthetics. Yes, that was just less beautiful to look. It sometimes needed some artwork touch on goods, even kids’ school equipment. That was then. It all changed as I found…

  • Reflection

    Blessings in Our Gains

    In our daily life, we might have met a man whose small income in return for his work, but his children could reach higher education. They could afford to enroll to college. They are happy, have no debts, and really enjoy life. On the contrary, there was another man who had been knuckling down, leaving home early in the morning and returning late at night, but his life was felt far from sufficient. Debts were kept outstanding and not likely to get  paid off. Problems in life overwhelmed never-ending. Why did it happen? The first man is blessed with all he gains, while the latter the blessing in what he…

  • Dad's Notes,  Reflection

    Children’s Adversity Quotient: A Challenge to Parents

    As parents, I and my wife felt like having an instinct to help our kids out in every single thing they might do, even on their trivial workout. Many of things, like tying up shoe laces, getting dressed when about to go to school or go out at weekend, combing the hair, feeding my less-appetite boy to keep him mouthful, even bathing them from hair to toe. Being overwhelmed with those bits and pieces is all of the parents’ nature! It’s a duty, a responsibility, a requirement that we should embrace. That’s the good deed of parents. But I found an enlightenment in understanding more about my role in raising…

  • Dad's Notes,  Family Time

    Too Young for School?

    Too young and not ready yet for enrolling the Elementary School stage. That’s the fact you can find on Attar, my son. He’s now on the second stage and about to reach 7 years old while he was 5.10 when entering Elementary School. And the other fact is that he has got less satisfying results on some of his evaluative exams. Is this likely to blow my head up? Maybe. But I’d rather get my feet firm on the ground and look ahead. Some friends and relatives had warned us beforehand about the consequences of enrolling class prior to the standardised age, 7 years old of age. Quite staggering, respective…

  • Sponsored Posts

    Make Your Exercises Versatile with Air Tracks

    Do you guys love doing sports in your daily activities? You bet! In a bunch, you may have different kinds of sports of your favorite. Let’s say you love jogging. While on the other hand your friend likes gymnastics exercises. Another one is a member of a cheerleading team. A couple has brown belts of karate. And some love doing outdoor activities just for fun, like jumping and rolling on a trampoline. You all are in a bunch of energetic, viable, and vibrant youngsters. Can you imagine how if all of you have the same intention to work out with each of your own favorite pleasure, at the same time?…

  • Family Time,  Kids' Workout,  Work-Life Balance

    Holiday is Coming

    Hello to all super dads! School holiday is coming. Don’t have yet any holiday ideas? No worries. How about taking kids to positive activities to make them feel happy. Here are some ideas for kids’ holiday. Let’s check them out! You know, dads have important roles for their children. All of kids will learn or imitate their dads and moms. So, as a parent you must do positive things to teach the children. Usually, dads do their works to earn a living but they often don’t have much time with their families. As a dad, you should have free time for kids’ holiday. You can do some positive activities such…

  • Dad's Notes

    Ready into Fatherhood

    Being a dad is not so easy as you think. You have to prepare all things about fatherhood. Preparation for being a good dad is more than just reading story books, childproofing the electrical outlets, and buying a mini-bus. That’s an easy stuff. The important things are those that most first-time dads learn along the way. Here, you can learn about it. Understanding Fatherhood You’ll be more important to the kids than to anyone else. Don’t be afraid. The kids need you but you don’t have to force yourself to things that you can’t do. Let mommy do the works what you can’t do. You need an understanding about fatherhood…