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I am sure many of us do this and than we regret. I myself many times shout on my baby's and than i regret that it wasnt their fault. Even if it theirs fault still i regret thinking that i shouldn't shout on them.

But, whatever it may be i have always made a point that i give them teddybear hug when they wake up in the morning and many times in the day i tell them that i love you and they revert saying the same. This gives a sense of protection to them.

The day when i have shouted on them i make it a point to sit with them in the room and tell them what wrong they have done which resulted in my shouting. If it was my frustration, i had also explained them that it was my mistake that i shouted , i was angry so it resulted in shouting.

Here, m writting this is because i wanna tell you all that be specific to your children, make them understand why the particular situation took place. They will understand. Many times it happens that we mother's think that they are too small to understand but they are not.

Infact my babies are the one who sit next to me and ask, mumma what happend.. ehy are you sad. U r my good girl na, get up , smile plz . These are their words.

So, share with your baby and let them understand the situation themselves. 😊

Very informative post dear

I always do :-)

Yes you are right :) 👍

Kavita Sahany yes, thats really good dear. And doing this u will also notice that your child has become much understanding and understand situation much better like grown ups


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