Living to Expectations

The real life starts when you become a father and have greater responsibilities in life.The best day in life was when my son was born and when I brought him to our home.We all know that new born baby is very delicate and with no means to convey their problems, only thing they do is cry and parents gets more worried for them as they are not able to figure out what’s the problem is and what should they do. Well doctors know this is normal and will happen to most babies but never advise same to new mothers on delivery as they want to fill their already over-filled pockets.I am very thankful to my aunt who was there with us for more than one month just to take care of my baby and give right advice in absence of my wife who was still in the hospital due to medical issues.I would not able to handle my new born baby without her constant advise and it is due to her that I was able to live up to my expectations and be a responsible father.

Her small advise and precautions helped me a lot to handle baby.She would tell that baby often gets nose blockage due to change in season They will cry more when they feel hungry as during feeding they won’t be able to take milk as mouth will be used for breathing due to nose blockage, so they will try multiple times to put their mouth for mother feed but every time after few seconds they will push themselves away to breathe.Next person was my neighborhood friend and doctor who told me way to make babies sleep and make them comfortable.He gave me symbols and signs which helped me a lot in initial stages.I would advice all parents who have a baby to try to devote maximum time with the child.

I still remember that my brother in law advice which has brought me success in life that we should be independent and hard work.His words still makes me very motivated and I consider those golden lines as a way to get success in life.

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It is always good to tell the truth and give honest advice being a parent and as a father.I love my children but it does not mean that I should be partial to them and speak always positive about them.It is my duty to give them directions and assistance and to take the right side and restrict them from the wrong thing.

My mother always tell me that life is challenging and there can be scene of great complications which should be handled with utmost smartness and care.We must be practical rather than emotional and as taking any one`s side makes the other one feel that you don`t care for him.It is one of the most difficult situation for a parent and I always keep this in mind when handling my children. My mother has given me million dollar advice that we should handle all complex issue in simple way.This can be done, simply by first making the wrong person feel that he is right so that now he gets relaxed and then make him think about the situation and understand the point of view of the correct person. Then he will automatically feel his mistake and realise his mistake in the mind.My advice is that we should make the children live together in harmony since their childhood so that they are able to accept their mistakes even in the smallest of the conflicts and prevent it from turning into a fight. This can be done by making a child feel the value of the other sibling in his own life, not only they share the same blood but also their hearts should beat for each other`s need.According to me, true relationship are those in which people share no materialistic benefits and still care from the hearts for each other. Everyone might not get this by birth but if we try to make it possible it is not that difficult to achieve.

Our attitude and respect for other people brings good relationship in life.Earlier I used to avoid talking to poor people but after advice from my father,now I have more respect and this learning in life has given me idea to handle team and manage it.

I am participating in the #SachchiAdvice Contest by MaxLife in Association with BlogAdda.