How to make the most out of my time with my child(ren)?


Life is challenging we hardly get time for ourselves. Despite the challenges in our life, we aim to spend our precious time with family. Parents often worry about their children, they want to spend most of their time with their children. Our work and our other commitments do not permit us to spend most of our time with them. Some parents manage their time so well that they spend sufficient time with their kids. Some of them don't.
Here we are giving you some tips on How to make the most out of your time with your child(ren).
 

1. Laugh freely and be kiddish with your child.
It is important when you have a single child because two children can be best friends. 

2. Do an activity together such as bike riding, watching television programs, outdoor or indoor games. The activities not only allow you to spend time with kids but also make your bond solid with your kids.

3. Make sure at least you have one meal together with your kids. Try to cook food together and eat. If' you are not left with much time, then have a healthy breakfast together that doesn't require a lot of time for preparation.

4. Do not indulge in social media when you get time. Switch off your phone or put it on silent mode when your kids are accompanying you. You can use it later. 

5. If you tell your children that you are the most valuable gift of God for you they will remember you even if you are not available for them.

6. If, you go out without them left a handwritten inspiring note with their lunchbox that you are missing them. Soon you will be back to them.

7. During night time you can read a book together. Play some mind games like chess together or you can simply have fun together such as pillow fight.

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