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10 Preschool Behavior Problems I Wish to Solve With a Magic Spell

Mommy Wanders Parenting Magic Spell
“Babadi Babado Babadoom!!! 
You, monster kid, go out of the room! 
Babadi Babado Babadoom!!! 
Your crazy behavior I cannot control! 
1,2,3.. I will turn you into a well-behaved angel,
listen as I will whisper to you my magic spell!
Babadi Babado Babadoooommmmm!!!”
 
YAAAYYY!!! Yes, it worked! My magic spell worked!!! In my dreams. Haha
How I wish it was that easy to turn my kids into angels. If only there’s some sort of real parenting magic spell, I’ll definitely buy my own wand. And an extra for my parents. HAH!
Unfortunately, it doesn’t work that way. And I’m glad it didn’t, or else my parents would have used one for me. LOL

Parenting is a real struggle.

No matter how many kids you have, how much income you earn, or where you live, there will always be some challenges that are unique to us, parents. While we face different sorts of issues in different levels, there is one particular concern that is most common for all of us – dealing with our kids’ behavior problems.
As a mom of two preschoolers, aged 2 & 4, everyday is a kind of crazy day. Granting I could use some magic spell even just for a day, I would.

The 10 Preschool Behavior Problems I Wish to Solve With a Magic Spell

1. Aggressive Behavior

For my son, I wish that with a single wave of my magic wand, there will be no more biting, hitting, or throwing.. ever again. Like forever! “Babadi Babado Babadoom BEHAVE!”

2. Behaving Shyly

For my daughter, I wish she’d be more confident being around people, other than the family.. Uhm can you at least respond with a HELLO to your classmates? “Babadi Babado Babadoom SAY HI!”

3. Destroying Property

I know this is not always intentional, but kids, please take care of our things. “Babadi Babado Babadoom PLAY CREATIVELY!”

4. Lying

I hate this. I understand that some lies are just “imaginations confused with reality”, while others are to cover things up. I always pray that you learn to differentiate fantasies from the truth and that you keep to be honest with everything. Not just to me, but with everyone else.“Babadi Babado Babadoom SPEAK THE TRUTH”

5. Messiness

It’s crazy how you, little kids, make the biggest mess. Why can’t you be more neat and responsible? “Babadi Babado Babadoom CLEAN UP!”

6. Not Sharing

Yes, I know those toys are ALL YOURS, but will you please share at least one piece of lego? Or learn to take turns? “Babadi Babado Babadoom SHARE!”

7. Not Wanting to Eat

Didn’t you know that everything on our table is edible? Why so picky? For the love of food, please.. “Babadi Babado Babadoom EAT!”

8. Resisting Bedtime

Kids, I’m trying to be consistent with our bedtime routine, but why are you making it so hard? Please cooperate, it’s really so simple: (1)Lie down, (2)Close your eyes. That’s it. “Babadi Babado Babadoom SLEEP!”

9. Sibling Rivalry

Kids, you know that I love you both EQUALLY so much to the moon and back. I don’t want to punish or be upset to one of you for fighting the other. I’m doing my best to give you individual attention. Please play fairly. “Babadi Babado Babadoom GET ALONG!”

10. Whining

This is annoying. Whining isn’t the way to get what you want. Be nice and polite and I’d gladly listen to your wants. “Babadi Babado Babadoom BE PLEASANT!”
 
Hey kids, is it too much to ask? It’s not so hard, right?
For the parents, do you have some parenting magic spells too? Share them in the comments below! 🙂

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18 Comments

  • Reply Balot

    hahaha.. relate much dear! 🙂 can I borrow the magic wand in your dreams…hehehe

    August 18, 2015 at 10:57 am
  • Reply Rose Angelie

    Hahaha It would be the best answer to all of our parenting struggles, right? If only.. LOL 😀

    August 18, 2015 at 1:20 pm
  • Reply Mastermom Speaks

    Whining is my comfort zone! haha! so bad of me. Patience as a virtue should really stick to my mind.

    August 20, 2015 at 1:04 am
  • Reply Tetcha

    I feel you, sis! It's not easy being a hands-on parent, and I know how your struggle is doubled because you have two preschoolers to take care of. Hugs! — Maria Teresa Figuerres

    August 20, 2015 at 10:20 am
  • Reply Rose Angelie

    Haha Most of the time, I've become deaf to whining! 😀

    August 21, 2015 at 5:41 am
  • Reply Rose Angelie

    Thank you, sis! 🙂 But kids' laughter somehow solves it all. 🙂

    August 21, 2015 at 5:42 am
  • Reply Rowena Wendy Lei

    I'm totally fine with not sharing. Growing up, I experienced having things that were precious to me trashed because I let someone borrow them. So if my kids don't want to let other people borrow their things, it's totally fine and it's not indicative of an attitude problem. Besides, in the real world, you can't really expect everyone to share.

    August 21, 2015 at 9:40 am
  • Reply Rose Angelie

    That's true, I understand your point, mommy. I actually even read an article before that it's definitely okay not to share, especially with kids at a young age since it's hard for them to learn to let go of their things, though easy for them to own, even if it's not theirs. And yes, even us, adults, we don't have to share our stuff if we don't want to. My problem is that sometimes, both of them go for the same toy at once, and not one of them is ever letting go, even if it's not theirs to begin with. Kids their age are pretty hard to teach about sharing or taking turns, so the problem ends up with sibling rivalry. But with proper guidance and lots of patience, hopefully get know better. 🙂 Thanks for sharing your insights (and sad experience)! 🙂

    August 21, 2015 at 5:41 pm
  • Reply Ma.Me.Mi.Mommy

    My kids are the same age and I need the same magic wand! Haha. Hay, kids…! 🙂

    August 23, 2015 at 4:51 am
  • Reply TR

    I feel for you. I wrote a similar post here as well 😀

    August 24, 2015 at 8:33 am
  • Reply Nilyn EC Matugas

    wow, my son is just one pero I can relate to most of these behaviors already! Yes, parenting is a tough job indeed!.

    August 25, 2015 at 6:39 pm
  • Reply Melisa Sanchez

    hehehe after reading, i just smile because I can relate much, hmm I think I need the same magic wand for my 1yr & 5 months old zd. hahaha!

    August 29, 2015 at 1:56 pm
  • Reply Rose Angelie

    Haha if only.. 🙂

    September 2, 2015 at 8:27 am
  • Reply Rose Angelie

    I read your post, she's adorable. 🙂 Thanks!

    September 2, 2015 at 8:37 am
  • Reply Rose Angelie

    Yeah, and if all things fail, some good sense of humor would save us a bunch of drama. 🙂

    September 2, 2015 at 8:38 am
  • Reply Rose Angelie

    Hahaha glad I'm not alone. 😉

    September 2, 2015 at 8:39 am
  • Reply Janine Ella

    DESTROYING PROPERTY! Oh my, mag expect nako ani ni Zayn puhon! Hahahaha

    September 17, 2015 at 8:20 am
  • Reply Rose Angelie

    Depende rana sa bata oy but hmmm murag ana! Hahahaha 😀

    September 19, 2015 at 5:51 pm
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