The Value of Family Time
By making family time a priority, the family will grow stronger in heart and create more precious memories together.
As working adults, the principle behind why most of us work at our jobs doubly hard is to provide our family with a comfortable life ahead. However, it is easy to be swept up in the cyclic routine of work and forget the true reason behind what we work for. That is why it is imperative to pay extra attention to keep the family within our periphery. This is especially true during the initial stages of parenthood, where parents with young children have to dedicate more time for their children. While we are not advising you to tender your resignation letter, there is a case to be made in spending more time with your children after work and on the weekends.
Even though it may be tempting to sit back in a recliner and watch some TV after an exhausting day at work, the lack of interaction between you and your child might hamper their physical, mental and social development. What playtime does is to help your child pick up skills like social and self-control skill sets.
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