As parents, we go the extra mile to make sure our kids are always happy. So, when our homemade pasta dinner gets tossed to the floor by a one year old? It’s a mess! We call that “mess” a milestone – because when kids play with messy finger foods they’re busy developing their hand-eye coordination. Which is a milestone that’s more important than having a clean kitchen floor. Here are some things you can try at home to promote your child’s milestones.
Give them lots of hugs and kisses!
Balancing work and family is not always easy. Whether it’s attending your child’s school activity or having a space to breastfeed, workplace flexibility makes a big difference.
Share these laws with your employer and discuss which one could help you.
Since 2006, the annual Child-Friendly Business Awards have recognized businesses that support parent employees to balance the demands of work and being a parent.