Psychologists think that limits make a child feel safer and calmer. However, certain restraints can do just the opposite, making your little one feel insecure and slowing their development.
1. Ask questions
A child grows and learns about the world, naturally finding more and more questions. It may be hard for parents to answer all of them in the evening when they’re tired, but quality time with your kids not only helps them develop, it creates a strong bond between you that will stay with you even when your children grow up.