Simple Means Of Bonding With Your Child

For some, it can be incredibly easy to bond with their children. For others, it might be harder to do so. Of course, this should be the most natural thing in the world. But sometimes, young children need guiding in the right direction. Other children might not be able to express their love and bonding as readily as others. For example, the parents of non-verbal children on the autism spectrum can have a difficult challenge ensuring that said child is content. Does that mean the child loves them any less? We’re sure that’s not the case.

Bonding with your child should not be an advanced affair. You shouldn’t need a degree, a certain level of fitness, an ability to count back from 100 laying down without falling asleep. It can just take a little experimentation, tailored to the age of your child, and repeated with goodwill and love in our hearts.

If there’s anything you’ve gained from our posting over the years, it’s learning to become a better parent and to build a more loving family unit. Let’s see how we can continue that trend:

For some, it can be incredibly easy to bond with their children. For others, it might be harder to do: Simple Means Of Bonding With Your Child #parenting #parentingadvice

Blog Together!

If you enjoy writing, why not write about the little funny events of your household? Of course, you might not expect your child to pen the article themselves, but you might do something special such as go on a day out, take pictures, and then talk about how you might write about it, as you use MS Project for Mac.

Then you can read it to them when you’re finished. When they see this on your humble website they will feel as though you have worked on something important together, and they’ll love it. Who knows? It might even help you connect with other excellent parents around the world. And there’s nothing wrong with that.

Go For A Walk

Bonding with a child needn’t be the hardest thing to achieve. A simple walk around the local park with your dog, visiting the play frame nearby, or simply looking at the shops in the nearby high street can help you feel connected and comfortable during a day out. Often, it’s the simplest things that make the most difference.

Enjoy Art Together

Arts and crafts can help you truly construct something mutually exciting with your child. You might decide to go to a mom and daughter pottery class, or perhaps purchase a range of materials to make a portrait of one another. Perhaps you’ll play around with finger paints, or build a small doll together, or purchase a small model kit appropriate for their age. Bonding with your child is a great activity when you can get stuck in, even better if you can both get your hands dirty with some kind of craft and laugh about it. Just be mindful, you might be brushing the glitter off you for weeks.

With these tips, you’re certain to bond with your child well. When it works, it should be the easiest thing in the world.

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Alicia Trautwein is an autism parenting coach living in Missouri. She is the creator behind The Mom Kind, a website dedicated to parenting neurodiverse families.  She is featured in the "Amazing Moms" coffee table book by Hogan Hilling & Dr. Elise Ho.  She shares her expertise along with her experience in parenting children, both with and without autism.

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