Tired Of Those Annoying Glares When Eating Out With Kids?

Where are we making mistakes as parents? Are we a bad parent when the child cries loudly? No. Not at all. 
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It was a few years back. My daughter was a year and a half old and we decided to dine out for a change. And when we made reservations at our favourite place, the writing was literally on the wall! “You’re welcome- but please ensure your child does not cry or make loud noises. We ensure our guests a fine dining experience”, said the very politer manager. that got me thinking. 

Amidst the non-parenting community, wailing kids are seen as the biggest liability and eye-rolls and glares are a rite of passage. And among the parenting community, an outing to a public place with infants or toddlers is an occasion to be petrified, embarrassed, and what not?! 

Where are we making mistakes as parents? Are we a bad parent when the child cries loudly? No. Not at all. 

When you step out-there are just a couple of things you need to remember- to ensure you come back home, happy, contented, and relieved. No upset feelings or embarrassments. We list some simple pointers that serve as a reminder for parents on how you can sail through this experience and make it a memorable one for you and the kids! Watch this video and don’t forget to share it with a friend who will find it useful!

 

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