In India, most children are packed off to big schools when they are barely three – they get involved in structured work, leaving no time for imagination. Also, except for a few, most of these schools share their pre-primary sections with the older sections, hence much of the infrastructure is made for the older students. This can be quite overwhelming and difficult for the tiny ones. A parent had even complained once about how the toilets in their school were designed for much bigger children.
If sleepless nights weren’t enough, terms like ‘baby led weaning’, ‘tummy time’ and ‘cry it out’ may have left you in a tizzy. A is for Attachment Parenting - AP is a parenting philosophy that continues to gain in popularity.