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Working parents’ positive impact on Child’s behavior –Tips to get the right balance.

Archanaa

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Working parents positive impact on Childs behavior Tips to get the right balance

A full-time working mom shouldn’t mean a compromise with the child’s upbringing. Our blogger, learn to get over the guilt, see the positives of being a working parent. Plus, she shares tips on how to balance work and home.


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Tej Okram

| Sep 12, 2016

I am in a medical condition now so I cannot miss my daughter while I m in this condition. I m trying my best to make her understand this. She usually played with me. She liked the way I played before. She always wants to play.

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Shikha Garg

| May 02, 2016

Hi Archana You have great heart touching way to express to your feelings. and this is really nice to put up your guilt into a positive attitude. while reading I got wet eyes. Hats off to the spirit you have. keep it up!

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merlin alex

| Feb 18, 2016

I love my baby

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yamini thorbole

| Jan 22, 2016

Nice. This is what I hv always been doing with my 3 yr old. Son... Few very very imp things I follow is that I bring a smile on his face daily without fail when 1) I wake him up by having sweet n funny talks,2) when he leaves for school 3) when I return from office n enter the house 4) before sleep...

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garvita chaudhary

| Jan 19, 2016

Thanks for sharing details. I joined office today leaving my 4. 5 months baby back at home with my MIL. I had tears rolling filled with guilt of how bad I am. Hope my kid inculcates the good habits as mentioned above

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aanchal thacker kewlani

| Jan 07, 2016

Gud to read ... I will be ...joining soon leaving my 5 months old boy at home .....but m worried to leave him at in laws house due to improper handling there n poor development of the kid ..... being extremely aged grand mom and the family isn't that broad minded that allows me to keep their grand son at my mom dad s place where he will get proper time education n everythng else.... so worried more

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Shubha Sunand

| Dec 28, 2015

Nice one. Thanks for sharing..

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Rachna Panchamiya

| Dec 28, 2015

Thanks for sharing

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Lavanya Ravi

| Dec 17, 2015

Thanks ☺️... Sometimes we just need assurance that we r doing the right thing ... And I got that now

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chaitali sanghavi

| Dec 10, 2015

Lovely read thanks. the guilt surely picks but I do agree working parents do have to plan things as u mention for a balanced and happy living..

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Misti Dey Sarkar

| Dec 09, 2015

Valuable

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Gunjan Mishra

| Dec 09, 2015

So true. I almost do all these activities. And happy to share that my baby too waits for me by asking everyone at 07:00 PM

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Bhavya B

| Nov 26, 2015

Thanks for your time to write in such a detail manner Archana. So true & well said. I can relate the same with mine.

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Sucheta Mondal

| Nov 24, 2015

So true. Loved it. I also do some same things as you do. Thanks for assuring working moms that their children also can be far more better than we expect... actually its our guilt which makes us feel think so

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meenu mittal

| Nov 24, 2015

thanks for sharing. i can relate all the thing with me..

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gayathri Gondkar

| Nov 24, 2015

Very nice article.. informative n simple to do.

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Anu Agarwal

| Nov 24, 2015

Very nice article. I have 2 years old son. As I leave in a nuclear family, I drop my child daily to my mother's place & pick him in evening. Few things even i have noticed too. Yesterday only, my mother said, he was sleeping but he got up & asked his grandma to get him ready as mom is about to come. Also, in morning, he himself put his shoes & get ready to go his grandma house. Really I sometimes wonder how come a child whose has not yet started speaking properly understand the daily routines, times & even our wordings.

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Poornima Gokulnath

| Nov 24, 2015

Thanks a ton for the article! My 8 months baby girl feels comfortable at day care centre, but I'm just worried about this society which makes us feel guilty.

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jishapbl1986

| Nov 23, 2015

Very nice article.. Thanks for sharing :-)

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anchal kohli

| Nov 23, 2015

I felt like I m reading my story... I am also a working mother of 18 months baby girl... my family is my support.. my husband is my strength that I am working without any guilt as a family we spend quality time with our little one..

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Pranita Mokalkar

| Nov 23, 2015

Thank you.

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Shefali Vats

| Nov 23, 2015

Very nice article. I am going through the same. I have no support of family and leave my son with the maid. I ensure I reach home asap and work from home later on but my heart sinks whenever I leave for office

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Gargi Ghosh

| Nov 23, 2015

Thanks for your share. I was a hotelier and I have left my job after my son. I started working again when he is 18 months but didn't able to join hotel industry and it leads me dis-satisfied about my job. I also felt the same guilt. After reading your post I am again thinking to join hotel industry again.

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Sajini

| Nov 23, 2015

Yeah. very nice tips for working parents. I do practice this for my son and he is happy and adjusting with the environment and he is enjoying the same.

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Neha S Warrier

| Nov 23, 2015

I do exactly most of the things u mentioned.. and feel much better.. and yeah my baby is am early talker.. may be due to lot of people she interacts with om daily basis..

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Gunjan

| Nov 22, 2015

I cant relate to this. My son is 2 years old now. I left the corporate world a year ago. I had 10 years of experience. But there was no one to take care of my kid

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anubrata bhattacharya

| Nov 22, 2015

I can relate to all wat u hav mentioned. Thanks for sharing.

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Deepa

| Nov 22, 2015

Yeah i too feel positive and proud of being a working mom and balancing the family(kid). I have been doing all the things listee above for past 4 years and my son is adjust to the circumstances and not being cranky. Thanks to my mom who takes care of him all the day..

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Archanaa

| Nov 22, 2015

Thank you all ! It feels really nice to connect with mothers and express and share our experiences. I will continue to share my experiences here . :)

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Dipika Shrishrimal

| Nov 21, 2015

Yes even I am working in IT since last 6 years.. and my son is 2+ years old now.. i already follow all the things u mentioned above and it really works.. he speaks everything now and understands everything i say..

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maryam Akhtar rayini

| Nov 21, 2015

Very nice.. even iam a working lady past 6 years. My daughter is 16 months old and i could relate every single thing that u mentioned above to mine..

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Sarika Moghe

| Nov 20, 2015

Nice article ... I could easily related to it...

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Reet Sharma

| Nov 20, 2015

Very nice advise for working parents

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Neha Gupta

| Nov 20, 2015

Tnx Archana for sharing a nice blog. I am also a working mother having an angel of 21 months. I started going office when she was just 2. 5 month old. But i take care each & every point which u mentioned above. Now i really feel proud when me n my husband go to office she says bye mumma bye papa.... jaldi ana... and wen i returned back... she used to wait for me in balcony area.. n say... Neha aa gayi.... One thing i must want to add for working parents ...one's life should be very balance so that kid should not feel ignored... n each day out is very necessary wd kid... wen u r just for ur kid...

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Guneet Kajal Choudhary

| Nov 19, 2015

Thanks for sharing. I'm 8 months pregnant and am planning to start working when the baby is at least 6 months old. But sometimes I had similar concerns about the child's safety and other psychological needs. This article is really a confidence - booster!

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shefali

| Nov 19, 2015

Very good article for working women..

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SOUMI CHOWDHURY

| Nov 19, 2015

Thanks for sharing this valuable article,being a working mother every time i used to face this guilt

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Shanti K

| Nov 19, 2015

Thanks For sharing ..I'm Undergoing this Guilt right now.. that i couldn't spend much time with my Child. ,,Some points are really helpful for me...

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Ambrien Faizur

| Nov 19, 2015

Really appreciating Archanaa..... its really very important for working women to manage time... some of the points i do and rest of them i will surely include!!!!

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