06 Feb

It is a fact that from the moment the baby is born, even while he is still in the womb, he needs parents.

This need is primarily due to the fact that the baby is not able to meet his physical needs on his own, he is not able to protect himself from dangers.

The baby-child also needs his parents for his emotional needs, and these requirements will exist throughout his life, although they will differ as he grows up.

To be loved, to be touched, to feel valued… In order to ensure all these requirements and especially emotional needs, parents must be actively present in the child’s life from birth, around him.

  • Quality time spent with DEC child gives the opportunity to establish a healthy and strong bond between the parent and the child.
    • The child learns and internalizes many values and behaviors by modeling and imitating his parents. Quality time spent together allows the child to correctly take an example of his parents.
  • Strengthens self-esteem by making the child feel loved and important.
    • By spending quality time together, parents get the opportunity to see the areas where their children are strong and weak and get to know their children better.
    • They create space to tell each other their thoughts and show their feelings.
  • Develops the child’s communication skills.
    • Quality time spent together, supported by the right activities, contributes to the physical, mental, social and emotional development of the child.

How old should I start planning quality time with a child when the child is?

There is no need to wait for him to reach a certain age in order to spend quality time with the child and support his development with the right activities.

From the moment the baby is born, it is necessary to often take him in your arms, talk to him, massage him, walk around and tell about what is happening around him, touch, caress and make small gymnastic movements.

It is very important to make these activities suitable for the age and level of development of the child as he grows up and to always respond to the wishes and needs of the child.

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