Balancing act: Maintaining a healthy parent-toddler relationship
Arundhati and Aditi were joined by TV actor Karanvir Bohra, who gave his inputs on the role of dads in parenting today.
Modern parenting is all about doing the balancing act. We yearn to be friends with our kids to develop that trust, yet we need to know where to step in and assert our role as parents. These days, it’s never easy for parents, especially if they’re working, to find enough time to give their children undivided attention. How can they then form that bond?
FirstPost’s original web series, 9 Months, talks about things like these and more. With experts, celebrity parents and real moms on board, the series is now entered season 3. This season, with popular parent app BabyChakra on board, 9 months had lots more to share.
In a toddler-parent relationship special episode, 9 Months’ host Teejay Sidhu chatted up with family and school counsellor, Arundhati Swami and author and digital media strategist Aditi Mathur Kumar on how today’s parents can bond with their kids. Arundhati Swami emphasized the importance of finding the right help to keep children engaged. Aditi, whose husband is in the army, also explained how challenging it could get to know every little thing that happened in her child’s day.
In the next episode which was based on the same topic, Arundhati and Aditi were joined by TV actor Karanvir Bohra, who gave his inputs on the role of dads in parenting today. Dads are more hands-on today and why not? Parenting is teamwork, so a dad has equal responsibilities. So what are the different ways in which parents can make the most in the limited time they have? Find out in the episode…
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