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Activities are the most important part of your baby’s life. Brain development and body growth both depend upon the physical activities of your baby. I have seen many parents complaining about the frustrating and annoying nature of their baby, but the solution
to their complaint is in their own hands. Instead of giving access to mobiles and TV to your babies, give your valuable time to them. They need love and attention, which we can easily give to our babies.
Stimulating your child’s brain between the age of 0-3 is very important, too. Therefore, provide them with situations they can adapt themselves to, new challenges, etc.
There are sensory activities which can help enhance the baby’s taste, smell, and hearing. I am a working mother, but I spare at least an hour for activities like role play, watering the plants, planting seeds, painting, cleaning, and table manners. There are numerous activities we can let our babies indulge in instead of letting them watch shows on the mobile and the television.
Here are some benefits of doing baby activities such as the ones mentioned above:
- Proper brain development.
- The baby will learn new things daily.
- With lots of activity, his body will demand food and rest, which aids physical developments.
- Baby will no longer be an annoying kid.
- Activities help kids to use their creativity.
- It is through play and activities that your child will learn important life skills, too, especially the importance of family and what family bonding means.
So, parents, your valuable time can turn an annoying child into a happy and healthy one.
PS: Proper growth and brain development are possible when you let your child be what he/she wants to be. Give your child love and care. Having a balanced approach also plays a very important role in parenting. And, it is not only the mother a baby needs; he/she needs the father and the grandparents, too; the child needs everyone he/she has seen since birth.
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