Having Fun Together
Parenting would not feel such a burden if you take one moment at a time, forget about the milestones and decide to have fun with your baby.
23 May, 2019
Motherhood made my life complete and I decided to take it not as a challenge but an opportunity to have fun and create countless memories which I can later share with my daughter when she grows up. Since the time my daughter was born I used to capture all her moods and moments. It was fun for me.
She used to giggle and laugh when I cuddled her and those moments were fun and precious for both of us.
My daughter was a fussy eater initially but began eating properly as I made some efforts to have fun at meal times. With each bite I would tell her a story with voice modulation suiting the characters of the stories and when I knew she was totally engrossed in the story, I would feed her and she ate her food without making any fuss.
Her bath time was the time we had most fun. I would fill her tub with bath toys and she would happily splash water at me. Because she enjoyed her bath time so much ,it was always easy to give her bath even in winters.
I often played with her and we had fun playing either with kitchen set or doctor sets. I would even give her some dough while cooking and she would pretend to make chapatis.
The more fun you make all the activities, the easier it is to get the kids involved in them and it becomes fun both for mamma and the kids.
About Priyanka Rai
I am a dental surgeon, an army wife and a mother of a 30 months old daughter grooming her round the clock. Writing is my passion and when not writing I love to spend my time in the company of books and my daughter.My life changed completely two and a half years ago when my daughter was born. From being a working woman to a full-time mother was a tremendous transition but I cherish every moment of it. From the moment when I held her first till the time, I walked her to playschool every moment has been sheer bliss. I love talking to her, reading books to her and capturing her different moods and moments.
This is personal experience and point of view of Mrs Priyanka Rai as a mother. Happy Motherhood does not take responsibility for the contents and those not necessarily represent point of view of Happy Motherhood