Happy Children’s Day!
1. They can be a little bit messy
Happy children are open to everything around. They actively interact with the world, but this process doesn’t let them always remain neat and tidy. Children cannot keep the balance between tidiness and relaxedness, because they’re not as wise, experienced and knowledgeable as their parents yet.
2. It’s difficult to get them to sleep
Good night’s sleep is a cherished dream of almost every adult. Active and happy children have other dreams and prefer not to stick to adults’ rules and routines. They usually sleep well, but cannot get used to the habit of going to bed on time. You shouldn’t raise the alarm, though, this problem won’t last forever. Psychologists say that children begin developing the awareness of their thoughts, feelings and maintain an inner dialogue with age.
3. They want too much
I’ve noticed that happy children often become demanding just like their parents. At first, they want to be carried in their parents’ arms and always be the focus of attention of others. These kids usually get a great deal of kick out of playing and walking with their parents. Plus, they often say the phrases “I want” and “I don’t want”, without getting capricious.