January 28, 2019
Some said that parents were able to judge their children’s character and personality as early as the age of 3, but did you know that we can actually assess babies’ personality from the way they’re sleeping?
These are five babies’ sleeping position and what it meant to their personality growing up:
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When you have a baby, your whole world changes. It starts with a lack of sleep, diaper changes, and of course, the most selfless kind of love there is. You want to do everything for this little human—from bathing them to feeding them and even wiping their you know what.
But at some point, all of that stops. Okay, well some of that stops. We at least really hope you’re not wiping their you know what when they’re a teenager!
While that might seem obvious, there are some less-obvious things that some parents have a hard time quitting, even after their child turns 13 (the unofficial beginning of adolescence).
While there’s nothing wrong with wanting to help them out in life, there’s a point where certain basic day-to-day things need to stop. Unless you want them to grow up and not know how to do these things without the help, experts say to get into the habit of stopping them now.
So how do you know what kids should be able to do on their own when they’re a teen? Here are the things you should probably stop doing: