I believe many parents have faced such problems when taking their babies: chasing after feeding, toys all over the ground, overturned cups; However, those who are good and adorable are always the children of other people’s families.
In fact, it is not difficult to make the baby [obedient]. The key is to make the baby realize that many things [I will do] [I can do] and use the baby’s sense of accomplishment to promote the development of his independence.
Most of the time, treasure parents can cultivate the independence of the baby and create a [obedient] baby through some simple small skills and props.
The first skill is to stop eating [chasing after feeding]
Children don’t want to eat, every day [chasing and feeding], is a headache for many treasure parents. In fact, if the baby pays attention to when he is young, it is not difficult to cultivate a obedient baby.
One of the key skills is to let the baby and adults sit together for dinner. As the baby grows older, some small props can be used.
When the baby is 8 ~ 12 months old and starts to catch food by himself, you can let the baby and adults sit on the chair to eat together. The baby can help TA learn to eat as soon as possible by imitating the way adults eat. Of course, bib and baby dining chair are indispensable, just like this:
If you are worried that your baby will upset his rice bowl when eating by himself, sprinkle it on the table and make good use of anti-skid bowls and anti-skid meal mats. Older children can also give TA a dinner plate, which is also a good time for children to learn to wash dishes.
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Tip 2: Make Your Home Cleaner
Knocked cups and toys all over the floor are always a headache: not only do they look messy, but they are also potential safety hazards.
If the baby at home is always like this, there is a better way besides reprimanding: coasters and storage boxes.
The coaster can not only prevent skid, but also remind the baby to pay attention: see clearly, the cup should be placed here! Now, when the baby puts the cup, he pays more attention, so it is not easy to knock over the cup and spill the water out.
This trick is best used before the baby uses the open cup. When the baby gets into the habit of putting the cup well, it is not easy to overturn the open cup.
As for the storage box, you can learn to let your baby put his toys back in place. Parents can also stick pictures of toys outside the storage box. When your baby collects toys every day, you can compare the pictures and learn to count and classify them. Parents are also relieved.
Skill 3 Let the baby come by himself
When the baby can climb everywhere on his own, the baby’s parents can start [laziness]. The baby wants to explore the world by himself. Parents can place special steps and footstools for children in suitable places to cultivate the baby’s independence and lay a foundation for the cultivation of the baby’s good living habits in the future.
For example, when changing diapers, the baby can use the steps to climb up the diaper table with the help of adults.
If there are steps, footstools or faucet extenders in the kitchen and toilet, children can have the opportunity to wash their hands and wash themselves.
Finally, I would like to remind everyone that the situation of each baby is different. Bao’s parents need to choose the appropriate method based on the actual situation of their babies.
In addition, obedient babies cannot be separated from the support of their parents. Only by making good use of many seemingly [troubles] can they cultivate worry-free and obedient babies.
For example, many parents think that when their children learn to eat at the beginning, they use their hands to grasp and spill the rice on the table, and insist on feeding the rice. Although this saves the [small trouble] of cleaning at present, the baby cannot learn to eat by himself for a long time, and the day when they have to feed the rice every day in the future is the [big trouble].
When the baby causes [trouble], parents should not blame the baby first. If TA is trying to do things on its own initiative, Bao’s parents should use these [troubles] to satisfy the baby’s desire to do things by themselves, so that the baby cultivated in this way can be as obedient as Dabao Er Bao.