Allow a six-month-old girl to mingle with family members as restrictions become a source of trouble. Take care of the girl child. Let him live his childhood well.
Question: I have a 6 month old daughter whom every member of the family loves very much. I think people will make my daughter stubborn by giving more pampering, love and toys. I don’t want to give whatever he asks for when I grow up. So what should I do?
Answer: Your baby is six months old and you are already so worried. It is true that toys are not good for children’s health. When there is a child in the house, the number of people pampering him is also more. People will not stop giving gifts to the girl child just because they are their wish. You have two ways to deal with this kind of situation. Let it go as before and don’t worry at all. Accept those who are giving gifts with pleasure. If you do not want these gifts, then give them to someone else, no one will mind it, but you will not refuse to take gifts. Allow a six-month-old girl to mingle with family members as restrictions become a source of trouble. Take care of the girl child. Let him live his childhood well.
If your child will become stubborn with this, then it is not so at all. If you do not want to allow the child to be stubborn, then do not even try to make him stubborn. If your baby cries, letting him cry will help him learn to express his feelings. If you try to keep him under the restrictions from the beginning, then it will have a bad effect. Now you don’t even know what the nature of the daughter is? Let him grow up now.
Meghan Leah, parent coach, under exclusive contract from The Washington Post