For kids who themselves are emitters of such noise, it’s ironic that a few little ones are so scared of noise! The washing machine, the cooker, the music, just plain laughter! The smallest of things can trigger fear in a toddler.
Experiencing fear is stressful to children and parents alike. I know when I couldn’t use the pressure cooker for the fear of the whistle disturbing my 2-year-old, I knew I couldn’t belittle it; but yet, I had to manage it.
Here’s what I tried and it worked!
These experiences can give them a sense of empowerment over their fear.
Also read: Toddler Fear #3: I Don’t Want To Go To Bed
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