It's a global crisis outside and no less inside the house, with kids away from school and their peers. It is almost impossible to explain why they cannot even go to a neighbour’s house and even more difficult is to maintain their routine in this trying time. Our first advice would be to bind kids in a routine. The routine not only keeps the body clock right but also instills some level of responsibility and discipline in them.
From clicking their cute pictures to staying up for them all night, from seeing them take their first step to worrying about their thumb sucking problem. Your kid might pick up habits that no parenting book warned you about, but there are a few habits that you need not worry about. They will grow out of it.
In addition to the list above, we would suggest you carry First-aid kits, disposable bags, nightlight, baby monitor, pacifier, teether and foldable stroller or baby carrier. Wish you and your baby a safe and fun vacation.
It may be the cute design of chairs and toys or that waft of baby powder. Whatever it is, it sure is pleasing, both to the senses and soul. Given such love around the baby products, we curated a list of products you can use too.
To start with, it is never too early to develop a habit in your kid and never too late for you to follow them as well. Children have the immense capacity to absorb and learn making it a very healthy process of teaching and helping them create healthy habits. 1. Personal Hygiene 2. Group Belongingness 3. Healthy Diet 4. Reading Habit 5. Financial Responsibility