Monthly Archives: June 2018
Cartoons are one of the “stumbling blocks” of modern parenthood. To watch or refuse, is harmful or beneficial – different experts say completely different things. It’s very difficult to understand all this abundance of opinions, especially if the child is the first and does not yet have his own experience.
Most pediatricians and child psychologists believe that cartoons are beneficial if used to the best of their ability. For example, educational cartoons vividly talk about the things and phenomena that surround the baby, and calm cartoons before going to bed in the form of a fairy tale tell the child about the importance of sleep or just help to tune in to a night’s rest. Continue reading
Evening is a special time of day when the body prepares for the long-awaited rest. However, often in families with children, the evening turns into the noisiest and most active period of the day. People say that by the evening the children are attacked by a “bouncer”, which is why they can’t calm down and jump around the house.
This behavior is due to the fact that during the day a tension accumulates in the children, which they are not able to relieve. Children still do not know how to cope with an overabundance of impressions and events that happened during the day, and therefore they throw out such tension in the form of increased activity. Continue reading