4 Characteristics in Your Child You Need To Be Aware Of

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Your children are going to be your biggest priority in life, that is a given. Over the years you will see different characteristics in your child that you will find absolutely adorable or may raise a cause for concern. Either way, you will need to be aware and on top of both sides of the characteristics to be sure that there are no underlying issues.

You have other things going for you, but they are the apple of your eye and your main focus. You will need a job in order to fund their life, and you will probably need a little R&R away from them every now and again in order to be the best possible parent, but that does not mean they will not always be interest number one. Once the baby is born, your mind changes forever, and you suddenly alter the way in which you think. It’ is a beautiful and strange transition. 

That said, you are going to want to make sure you take good care of your kids. This goes without saying, but so many parents just do the bare necessities and follow the manual they were taught during the pregnancy. You will learn things over time, but there are some fundamental aspects you’ll need to keep your eye on at all times.

4 CHARACTERISTICS IN YOUR CHILD YOU Need to BE AWARE OF

If you can get the foundation right and keep an eye on a few little extras, then you’re probably going to raise a happy, healthy human. Here are some of those: 

Mental Health Struggles

Your child’s mental health is so very important – as you probably know by now. If they are not doing too well in their heads, then it can affect how they view life (and themselves) as they grow into much older and competent people. These years will shape how they feel for the rest of their lives. You need to make sure they’re doing well in their minds each day and that they’re content with everything.

Online and Digital Behavior

The internet is a great outlet, but it can also one that has a lot of danger involved. Cyberbullying is a real thing and should be stopped if you can. The likes of social media can also pollute young, impressionable minds into believing things that perhaps they should not. Online behavior, can change some of the characteristics in your child over the weeks or months. Especially when there is negative behavior happening. There are also lots of predators out there looking to prey on young children, so you will need to watch over some of the things they do in case they find themselves in serious trouble.

Their Fundamental Health 

While this may be obvious, it is one topic that should be talked about as some parents will take liberties with this kind of subject and tend to overlook it. Your child’s overall health should be thought about pretty much every single day – whether it is a stomach complaint or a problem with their hearing aids, you will need to make sure you have everything handled. Certain things may not seem like anything significant at the moment, but they could evolve into bigger issues further along down the line.

EveryDay Home Life

If they know how to handle themselves at home every single day, then they are going to benefit hugely when they are older. Being able to live life competently at a young age will prepare them for what’s to come. The more confidence they have, the better their life will turn out, typically.

Written by Anna C.

I am a wife and mother of two sons. We live in Rural Northeast Ohio with our 2 cats, 2 dogs & many fish. I love all things Supernatural, Harry Potter, elephants, sunflowers, crystals, occult, crafting, coffee, wine, and online shopping. Have a TikTok, PokemonGo & Elder Scrolls addiction, I've always loved plants, recently I became a houseplant mom, and am currently growing over 15 varieties in our home! Now if I could get my outside gardens to flourish I will be happy. When I'm not tending to the home, pets, plants, or hanging out on the couch catching up on my shows, I'm doing some type of crafting or DIY project. (Or I'm pestering my husband in the barn.)

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