LOCKDOWN: An opportunity to bond with family members and acquiring new skills
Are looking for something meaningful to do during the 21-day lockdown?
Creative parenting expert Nikki Bush says parents can use this time to have important conversations with their children.
Speaking to Azania Mosaka, she adds that the lockdown can create an opportunity to bond with family members as well as acquiring new skills.
We are going to be in lockdown and then we have a potential gift that is staring us in the eye and that is the gift of time.Nikki Bush, Creative parenting expert
Everybody complain they do not have time with their children and now everyone has been given the gift of time.Nikki Bush, Creative parenting expert
If you are stuck at home with your children every day, why not implement a family ritual?Nikki Bush, Creative parenting expert
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