Compared to when the child was a baby, of course, you no longer often hug, kiss, let alone breastfeed. But even so, We still had to find a way to stay close to him. Otherwise, the bond that was created since he was a baby is threatened to fade little by little.
Activities such as reading together and joking, can often be done to maintain your closeness with the child.
Establish communication with children on the sidelines of work, for example sending SMS, telephone or video calls via Tab. Ask trivial things like how he was at home or his activities at school and his friends.
Have a chat while spending time together.
While walking, invite your child to count how many cars, trees, red objects you pass on the way. Also, invite him to chat even if he doesn’t answer and in the end you have to chime in on your own.
In this way, you will get your little one used to hearing the flow of the conversation and be able to apply it himself later.
Show affection for children, for example by giving praise, motivating them and supporting positive activities that they really like.
Friends to share
Be a parent who is not just a parent, meaning you can be a parent as well as a friend or friend of the child. A place where children can talk about everything they feel without shame and embarrassment.
Say the name of his friend
If the child already has a friend, often mention the name of that friend. For example, before he goes to sleep, you say, “Let’s go to sleep, Aaron and Christine must also be in bed by now.” This will show your little one that you really understand him and his world.
Start the sweet dream with a warm hug before going to bed. When the child is wearing pajamas, take turns with the husband holding him tightly.
Play and learn together via Tab
Accompany your little one when using the Tab for their learning activities. Currently, there are more and more interactive educational applications to train children’s memory, such as puzzles, drawing and coloring. So, this joint activity not only makes learning fun for children, but also brings you closer to the children.