Are you a loving Dad who wants to spend the weekend building deep connections with your child?
Do you want to spend the time you have on hand showing your child how much you love them?
But do you struggle to find ways to do that?
Do you struggle to play with your toddler?
Does every play session end with both of you sitting and watching something together on the TV or the mobile?
Do you struggle to have a fruitful conversation with your teen?
Does every conversation end with your teen getting upset with your criticism and preaching?
As a last resort â do you try to buy your child what they want to keep the connection?
Does that result in demands and sulking and tears as well?
Well - here are some ideas for you on weekends.
Put in the work and find something to acknowledge and appreciate about your child. Appreciate something they have done or learnt.
This builds their self-esteem.
You can really connect with your child when you work on a common goal.
Do some household chores together.
Plan it such that you are approaching the chore in an innovative way.
This will build your childâs ability to innovate, and they will learn how to contribute.
Run errands with your child. Show them how you conduct yourself outside the house and how you manage yourself in the world.
Instead of preaching, show your values in action.
This is the best way to show your child to live the way you want them to live.
Children love to spend time with their Dads, and it helps them grow physically, mentally, emotionally and socially.
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