From baby bottles to socks, the list could become very extensive. But really, what are your baby’s needs? On Saturday afternoon I was throwing away the trash and the cutest little girl yelled: Mommy, mommy!!! I looked at her surprised. Maybe I resembled her mother. Who knows? All I know is mommy wasn’t around… Her grandpa was taking her for a walk. It seems her mother is working or too busy most of the time. I also remember, a young woman who worked every single night and was neglecting her little daughter. An old lady was taking care of her. She was paid to do that. I know life is busy. I’m a busy bee… but please don’t neglect your children. Try spending some quality time. Don’t allow the TV to raise them. That’s your job. Life is more than wearing clean pampers, having good health
and food on your table. All those things come to an end. The relationship you build with your child will last for a long time as long as you nurture it. The time will come when they will be more independent but they will be strong to stand on their own because you taught them well, and spent quality time with them. Don’t allow your children become zombies, and don’t overdue it either. There is a time when they need to be alone. If your children are small give them space once in a while but stay close. If they are older, give them more space and ask them once in a while if they want to share anything. The time will come when some children will not share anymore things with you. It means they ‘have grown up.’ So, you have to let them go. Some other children will still share things with you but you need to stop overprotecting them and allow them to fly on their own even if they break their wings a couple of times.