Game Choice – Who Decides?

It is important to spend time and play games with your children for their happiness and the development of your bond.
Not always, however, are they going to be games of your choice or even games that you thoroughly enjoy. For this reason though, Peter Rowsthorn remarks how it is important to focus on the other, more important beneficial reasons of why you should continue to play games with your children even if you aren’t the decider of what ones to play!

Tips:

Encourage learning

Any time spent together can be a time to teach and to learn.

Tips:

Encourage your parenting partner

Support and encourage each other in parenting. Thank your partner for all the work they do for the family, and show that you value this.