Growing up is hard, even for babies and toddlers.
They’re not born to have it easy.
But that’s not to say that growing up is easy.
Just because it’s been hard, doesn’t mean it’s easy.
Here are five things you can do to help your growing up babies and your growing-up toddlers get through it.1.
Take time to bondWith your growing baby or toddler, take time to connect with them and build strong connections.
There’s no reason to get in the way of your growing toddlers and babies bonding, because they’ll be doing the same for you.
Start by bonding with them, even if you have to be a little more quiet and less enthusiastic than normal.2.
Build relationshipsWith your toddler or baby, start by building relationships with your grown-up siblings.
Make sure your siblings are in the same boat as you are and that you’re sharing the same values.3.
Build your lifeAs your growing kids grow up and your grown up siblings become older, the two of you should start building your lives together.
Don’t worry about the baby or toddlers, though, they’ll do their part.4.
Find your nicheFor growing-ups, being a parent is about finding your own niche, which is different from being a grown-ups.
For most babies and teenagers, it’s about growing up in the spotlight, having a big role in everything that happens in their lives, and being the “first” to know about everything.
For your growing children, it will be about growing as a parent and being involved in the lives of the people in your life.5.
Make your life easierThe best thing you can give your growing babies and kids is a little help.
Help them get out of the house, get out to play, and make a lot of new friends.
For the growing adults, it means having more time to spend with their friends and family.
For adults, though — even though they’ll get out more often, you’ll still be spending a lot more time together.