The benefits of spending alone time with your kid are endless, through expressing love and showing value, it builds self- esteem and self-worth which is integral for a fulfilling life. After a busy day at work, housework and the other inevitable realities of life, there is sometimes only a small ounce of time left to spend with your kids. You have a lifetime to work, but your children are only young once. They crave quality time with their parents because they have such a deep innate and healthy drive for that attention. Here are some tips on how to spend alone time with your kid.
If you have more than one kid it is good to spend some time with only one of them; kids like to have your full attention and more than that they like to feel very special. Each connection that you create, with each kid, will have a lasting impact and provides the support and reassurance that your child needs. Sometimes spending time with more than one kid at a time, can make one kid feel that they are getting enough attention. Therefore, making them at V.I.P (very important person) is vital.
Kids don’t want attention, they need it. On a daily routine: leave your phone in the drawer for half an hour. Even it is just 15 to 30 minutes a day, your kid would appreciate you giving them your undivided attention, every single one of those minutes. Experts say, it is not about endless hours of time, it is about how you choose to spend that time that truly matters. Give your kid the gift of time and undivided attention as, to a child, love is spelled “T-I-M-E" Zig Ziglar.