My son is now 3 and has always played independently. I read to my son and we go out together and when the weather is nice we go to the park, and on occasion we color or paint together, but I don't get down on the floor and play trucks, trains, etc. I will play things like "catch me if you can" and we pretend we're lions or bears and I give him piggy back rides, so I'm def interactive with him, but most of his time he is independently playing trucks, trains, blocks etc. is it a bad thing that I let him play by himself most of the time?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 11:28 AM on Sep. 2, 2013 in General Parenting
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You do play with him. Kids need to learn parents are not their just to keep them occupied.
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