Yes, it is very essential to channelize your kids’ time and productivity. Give them exposures, learning’s
and most importantly help spend time during vacations and holidays away from home.
This also helps give us parents some breathing space and time to catch up with our chores and other tasks.
The question I have is so much action at a young age – can it lead to fatigue and boredom beyond a
Yes, I know the logic of the exposure and the opportunities we are able to provide in today’s competitive
environment, but will we be over doing it?
My son, too, has a packed week and weekend because of school, homework, studies and multiple
classes. Lately, I have heard him complain that he gets only two off days in a week – even though he has
chosen his hobbies himself.
While I have taken a step back and stopped one particular class for the time being, but am I
inadvertently causing fatigue, being competitive and giving him opportunities which I may have desired