Lifestyle - Leisure | 3-10 yrs

How To Spend A Fun Sunday With Your Toddler

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Most parents may not be able to spend time with their toddler due to hectic schedule at work. But toddlers need their parents time and attention. If you are a working parent, plan your weekends well ahead to spend more time with your toddler. Simple activities like playing, drawing, baking cookies with children will help you connect with them. Also, spending time with children during the weekends is the best stress reliever.


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