3L’s of an Effective Parenting

Becoming a parent ensures you that you’ll make mistakes. Isn’t it? But your goal is to try to be the ideal parent. There is no perfect word when you say parenting, but you should be an effective parent. I have already shared many tips for effective parenting starting from A with #BlogChatterAtoZ Challenge. So, today I will be revealing the tips with the Alphabet L, 3L’s of an Effective Parenting. Let us learn together how to be a good parent.

Love them Unconditionally

Loving unconditionally means showing your child that you are accepting them the way they are. When your child will feel absolute love then he’ll be more likely to blossom and won’t hesitate in sharing something with you. The unconditional love between you and your children will make your bond more solid. Never underestimate them and appreciate their weakness, you can turn their insecurities into their strength. The love of parents makes the child feel secure and accepted. Love your child unconditionally no matter what!

Leisure Time is essential

Leisure time means to serve your child as a parent. Activities with your kid are important. You know your child better than anyone else, so communicate with them, help them and play with them. Try to learn together and teach them wherever they are going wrong. Spending time with your kids is important. Spend some good time with them and make sure to teach them about new challenges and ideas.

Be Loyal

Loyalty is important for your kids. It teaches them to keep their word and surround them with positivity. Loyalty is an attachment that results in actions towards each other. Make them understand that loyalty is not only protects the connection but also strengthens them. Don’t compare your child and prioritize them. Teach your child to serve one another. Let them learn why loyalty matters and how it brings a major impact in life.


So we have discussed a lot about being an effective parent. These three L’s will help you to be a good parent. I hope your learning will give you a fruitful result. Stay tuned with me for more tips on how to be an effective parent. If you have any doubts then you can drop a comment.

Also Read, 3K’s of an Effective Parenting

3K’s of an Effective Parenting

What traits do a good parent have? Are there any certain criteria? Well, there are no standards but a parent needs to adopt effective learning to be an effective parent. So here I am back again with my parenting guide. We have discussed a lot about effective parenting. Today we’ll be discussing the BlogChatterAtoZ Challenge.

Let’s discuss Alphabet K. The 3K’s to be good parents. There is no definition of a good parent but there is learning. So, let’s start.


The first word is kindhearted. Kind-Heartedness and empathy can be a good start that can be cultivated. You can perform the act of kindness with your children. Shower your love and attention to them, tell them how important they are to you. It is very important for a kid to feel that they are being loved and their parents trust them. You can take them with you to the park or anyplace when a child meets other children they share love and kindness. This teaches them about being kind-hearted.

Kiss and Hug Them

Make them feel special, the physical touch between a child and parent strengthens the connection that you share with them. This will also encourage them to overcome their fear and they will feel more confident. Show them your affection and teach them about physical growth. Thus, it is important that you hug and touch your kid often. It gives them stimulation to the brain. Hugging makes them happier.

Bestow Knowledge

As a parent, you are the first and most influential teacher of your child. Your child trusts you whether it comes to knowledge or any other thing. You can play interactive games with your kids, involve them in your healthy discussion, this will help them to boost their minds. Make them understand why knowledge is important and it will help.

So, these were the 3K’s that one should follow to be a good parent. Stay tuned with me for more tips on effective parenting. I will be sharing more tips with BlogChatterAtoZ Challenge, so don’t miss any of them. For any doubts and queries, you can drop a comment below.

Check out, 3J’s of an Effective Parenting

3J’s of an Effective Parenting

Raising kids was never easy and here I will be sharing my experience with my kids. This will help you to know how effective parenting actually helps you and your kid to create a firmer bond. We have covered a lot in the #BlogChatterAtoZ Challenge. Well if you are new here then do check my latest tips on effective parenting.

No one goes into parenting knowing how to handle your kids exactly. But you are searching how to be a good parent so let us discuss the 3J’s of an effective parenting.

Justify Your Actions

Kids start developing their senses at an early age. As a parent, your words and behaviour can affect your kid’s self-esteem more. Teach your kids what is wrong and right very calmly. Help them in understanding the difference between the actions. Calmly and firmly it is your duty as a parent to explain the consequences. Your children will learn ethical values and behaviour by watching your actions. You need to justify everything you do to.


For every parent, the achievement of their kid’s matters, and trust me your kids wait for your expression. Make sure to express your happiness towards your child’s achievement. It doesn’t matter whether they have excelled in studies or sports. Just appreciate them for their efforts. They actually want to see you happy. So your appreciation will help them to be confident and they will try to excel in every field. Show them how satisfied you are with their achievements and it is important to celebrate even the smallest victories.


Sometimes it is difficult to make your kid understand whether you are justified with your actions or words. It becomes challenging to make them understand what is fair, what is right, and what is wrong. The relationship of parent and child lays the foundation for a child’s personality, life choices, and overall behaviour. So you have to take care of every step. Making them understand about your action can be tough but you should teach them how your decision can help them in future.

These are 3J’s that will help you to be an effective parent. Stay tuned with me for more tips and tricks on effective parenting with #BlogChatterAtoZ. For any doubts, you can drop a comment below.

Also, Check, Three I’s of Effective Parenting

Three I’s of Effective Parenting

Effective Parenting builds a healthier relationship between you and your children. You might have read my previous tips on effective parenting! We are here again to start with our next alphabet i.e. I with #BlogChatterA2Z Challenge.

So without wasting much time we will discuss how ‘I’ can help you in effective parenting.


Being a parent is an honour. Don’t you think? Sometimes in the course of daily living, our parenting mindfulness slips. Inspire them or motivate them by telling them inspirational stories. There are so many ways we can show our child what life can be. Even small gestures to your child will excite them to do something exceptional in a positive way. Tell stories to your child of their favourite cricketer, actors, or maybe even tell your success story. You might have had a lot of experience where you have succeeded. So, narrate all the hardships you faced and then achieve your goals.


Being a parent is difficult because your child thinks you know all the answers. There are many problems that they might be facing in school or anywhere than you are supposed to help them. Solve their problems about life, you can teach them by giving various examples. Giving them examples and explaining something to them with logic will help them to easily understand the situation and react accordingly.

Initiate Conversation

Your child might be suffering from various obstacles. But you need to understand the psychological behaviour of your kid. There are some children who speak their heart out but sometimes they don’t feel comfortable. So if you think they are hiding something from you then take an initiative to talk. Start the conservations if you both had an argument. Don’t hesitate to sorry first.

These three I’s of effective parenting will help you and your child to create a more powerful bond. So make sure to follow these three I’s to be a good parent. Stay tuned with us for more such parenting tips that will help you in effective parenting.

Three I’s of Effective Parenting

If you haven’t read my previous blogs of challenge from #BlogChatterAtoZ then try out to give them a read as I share my unfiltered experience and learnings. You can drop a comment below for any doubts and queries.

Also Check, 3H of an Effective Parenting

3H of an Effective Parenting

We are again back with our super challenge with #BlogChatterA2Z. Have you read my previous tips on effective parenting? We have discussed a lot about how to be an effective parent. No wonder now you can easily guess what we are going to start with today! The alphabet that will be covered in today’s Blog is ‘H’. Do you know what are the three H’s of effective parenting?

Let’s discuss how these 3H’s can make you a good parent who helps you and your kids create a stronger bond.


The first H that I would be taking is being helpful. Being a supportive and helpful parent means having a good bond with your child. But sometimes you have to be present, involved, and helpful in their activities. Start helping them with their school problem whether it is math problems or any other problem of life. You have to be supportive towards them, help them wherever they are stuck. This will help you to create a stronger bond with your child.


Parents usually expect good things from their children. You should respect their capabilities and always their instincts. You need to make them understand the hopes you are having with them, how much you trust them. You can recall your times where you have succeeded, which will help them to motivate and start believing in their abilities. As a parent, you might have various other things that might help you to grow stronger.

Be Happy

Giving your kids a happy and healthy childhood is your responsibility. Also, teach to be happy and it should not be associated with any materialistic things. Explain the importance of being happy in life as an achievement in itself. Moreover, try to be happy with your child’s smallest achievements or biggest victories.

These 3H’s will help you to be an effective parent. Stay tuned with us for more such parenting tips that will help you in effective parenting.

Don’t forget to share your views by commenting below. It will make me happy if I am able to help you in your parenting journey!

Also, Check 3G’s of Effective Parenting

3G’s of an Effective Parenting

We are back again with our effective parenting tips by #BlogChatterA2Z.

In the previous blog, I have shared a lot of tips to become an effective parent. I hope you have started applying these tips and please share if it showing any positive response from your child in the comments. It’s time to start the blog with another alphabet i.e., G.

Let’s discuss how these 3G’s will help you and your kids to make a stronger bond.


The first G that parents should follow is giving guidance to their kids. Implementing the positive and discipline tips from early childhood for the better behaviour in kids to guide. A good parent is someone who strives to make a good decision for their children. You should know how to guide them, providing good guidance, encouraging them with appropriate discipline. Allow them to make mistakes and then guide them. Ask your child where he needs help. Make daily routines, including healthy eating and sleeping habits. Encourage them to be a part of different activities. Help them wherever needed. The guidance you will give now to your children will be better for their future.


Kids learn a lot by seeing their parents. Show them what does it means to be grateful. Teach them about the quality of being thankful, readiness to show appreciation and kindness towards others. Gratitude is when you express your positive aspect towards others. Show them how important it is. Make them learn about the gratitude towards their parent. You can volunteer them for a great task, appreciate them for their good efforts, etc. This will make them understand human behaviour. Gratitude in your child will be the first step towards discipline.


Generosity starts with thinking and how others feel. Children are naturally egotistical, but parents can cultivate empathy by helping their children. You can mold generosity in many ways like by being generous to those in need, make them learn about hospitality or the art of practice giving. These things will definitely help you to raise your child better. Let them see how generous are you and trust me they will follow the same.

These 3G’s will make help you in effective parenting. Stay tuned with me for the next Alphabet with me in this A to Z challenge with #BlogChatterA2Z.

Also Check, 3F’s of Effective Parenting

3F’s of Effective Parenting

We are here again with the A to Z challenge by #BlogChatterA2Z. You might have gone through the previous article that we have covered on effective parenting. So, now it is the time to reveal about the alphabet F that will help you to be an effective parent. I know you all are super excited to know about the 3F’s, so you don’t have to wait much to learn about the 3F’s of effective parenting.


Let’s discuss the important parenting F’s that makes you a good parent.


It is about being firm with your decision for your child. We all want the best for our kids. Isn’t it? What about accurate parenting? Firm parenting creates an essence of balance. Parenting helps your child to learn about containment and limits. Parents have to make a reasonable and predictable way to understand how far the limits can be stretched and when the limits are strictly enforced.


Another essential key for effective parenting is to be “Fair”. Teach your children about the concept of “Fairness”. Helping them understand being fair is an important part of growing up and practising empathy. How to treat people equally? Make them learn about being fair and unfair. This will help your kid to understand the concept of fairness, equality, and intense emotions. Make them learn about being fair with everyone, teach them about being honest, and not to discriminate.


Being friends with your kids will not only help them to trust you but you will be the first person they will reach out to whenever they are feeling happy or sad. Also, teach your kids to be good friends with people around them. Being too strict and bossy around your children will not help them to open up.

Never try too hard to be their friends give them their own space. Let them take their own decision. Obviously, you need to be there by their side. But let them breathe and let them grow their wings so that they can fly high.

These three F’s of effective parenting will help you be a good parent. Stay tuned for the next Alphabet with me in the A to Z challenge by #BlogChatterA2Z.

Also Read, 3E’s of Effective Parenting

3E’s of Effective Parenting

We are again back with our super A to Z challenge by #BlogChatterA2Z series. We have already completed the four alphabets in our series. This blog is all about 3E’s which makes you an effective parent that every parent should learn. So let us discuss.


The first E tells you about embracing your kid. Embrace your child for who they are. You have to tell them how unique they are. Your bossy attitude may hurt them sometimes. Allow your child to make their decisions and embrace their individuality. Tell them they have their own individuality. This helps them to be confident and motivated. And, it will help you to create an extraordinary bond with your kid.

Because if you believe in them, then they will put their faith in themselves. Pinpointing to their insecurities will make them underconfident.


Empower your kid means giving your children choices, listen to them, respect their decisions and encourage your child to follow their interests. If you are teaching something to your child then guide them in a manner that encourages their abilities and potential for positive growth. Sometimes they want us to empower them with our words. It will make your bond stronger with your child. Empower your kids with positive thoughts and vibes.

Give them the comfort of our words and positive actions towards them will motivate them to be their best versions of themselves.


Kids are responsible to find what motivates them. In order to encourage them, celebrate their accomplishments, praise them for their efforts but be careful.  If you will encourage them then, they will express their opinion with you, talk about their feelings and choices. Acknowledge them in different ways sometimes by your actions or words. Remember to support your child for the good actions but teach them for their wrong behaviors.

Never forget these 3E’s in your parenting journey. Embracing, empowering, and encouraging your child will give them hope that they can move mountains and do the best because you trust them.

Make sure to leave your comments if you like this blog and I will be coming up with the next alphabet which will guide you to be an effective parent.

Also Read, 3D’s of Effective Parenting

3D’s of Effective Parenting

I am here to share the 3D’s of effective parenting. I hope you have gone through my previous blogs. There are many parents who are confused about being a good parent but you don’t have to worry about it. I have mastered the technique of effective parenting with my kids.  In this  A to Z challenge by #BlogChatterA2Z, I will be starting with the letter D. I hope this A to Z parenting challenge helps you to understand what are the do’s and dont’s of being an effective parent.

We are here with a short guide of the A to Z challenge on effective parenting. So here are 3D’s of effective parenting which you must teach your kids so that they can become great human being.


Do you know learning self-discipline has more power to face challenges as compared to those who are not being taught about being self-disciplined? Teaching your kids the difference between what is good and what is bad, makes them understand how it affects life. Discipline helps your kid to be confident and always keeps them motivated.


Determination is important in everyone’s life and what matters is to make your child understand learn about it, determination towards the goal. How can they work on it? You just have to appreciate their effort, remind them what they want to achieve. Allow them to make their choices and decisions but don’t forget to correct them when they are wrong. You can even add self-determination activities to their curriculum.


A child’s learning plays an important part and a devoted parent can bring a lot out of them. Don’t you think? Educate your child that where they should dedicate their efforts. How they are utilizing their efforts and where they should not? Trust me this is the right age and time to make them learn what is good for them and what is bad? There is a thin line of difference that has changed the future and to be an effective parent you should make them learn about it.

So here are the 3D’s which you must teach your kids to be an effective parent. Stay tuned for the next Alphabet with me in the A to Z challenge with #BlogChatterA2Z.

3Cs to Avoid in Parenting

We are here again with our A to Z challenge with #BlogChatterA2Z. It’s time to reveal another article which starts from C.

Since, I have told in the past two articles that what to do to be an effective parent, here I am sharing the C, to tell you what not to do if you want to enhance your parenting skills.

So, you might have quite guess the topic 3Cs to avoid for being an effective parent.


The studies show that frequently criticizing your kid can make them bully others. Don’t you think sometimes the things we do as parents on our child might have long-lasting consequences? Yeah, it does have, and it can turn out to be the worst. If you criticize your child then stop it now, they feel unloved and they start comparing you with others. Many parents make the mistake of criticizing their child in front of others. Do you think this is the right way?

The right way is to explain to them a reason why certain things are immoral and tell them their consequence. Communicating your thoughts makes your relationship healthier and stronger.


Comparing your child with others is completely a No-No. Being a parent you need to realize that kids have different abilities, and comparing them can demotivate them and bring their morale down. Your appreciation can make them feel confident and boost their mind in creativity.

Just imagine, don’t you get disappointed when your kids start comparing you with their friend’s parents? Think twice before comparing them with their peers.


Nowadays, fighting for 1st rank and expecting your child to be number one has become a normal task. But why? Why your kids have to participate in every race?

I have seen parents and maybe you guys might sometimes compete with your kid with their friends, cousins, etc. I really want to know why?

Every child is special and they have different talents. So, don’t ask them to compete with them. Instead, ask them to follow their heart. If someone is good at sports then it is possible that your child will be good at something else. Encourage them for what they are doing.

I hope you will avoid these 3Cs in your parenting journey. I will be coming up with the alphabet ‘D’ which guides you to be an effective parent.

Also Read, 3B’s of Effective Parenting.