Mommies are gifted with a secret talent of weaving stories. I discovered mine when I started telling stories to my girl, I’m sure many of you also must have had your own EUREKA moment! It is surprising how we can cook up situations with imaginary characters and tell a new tale to the little ones every night.
Apart from entertaining Baby H, these stories also come handy in dealing with situations that are hard to tackle otherwise. So, whether it is dealing with ‘no milk’ and ‘no school’ situation’ to ‘teaching her sharing’ and ‘helping others,’ I cook up a small story every night with imaginary characters, which she can relate to. I can’t vouch that these stories have a 100 % success rate but they do work at certain level.
This brings me to the latest article that I came across about a Bed time story that uses psychological tricks to put kids to sleep. Written as an aid to parents who find putting their kids to sleep hard. Titled, Rabbit Who Wants To Fall Asleep, the book is currently topping Amazon’s Best Sellers List. Continue reading A bedtime story that plays with child’s psychology & puts him to sleep