Online parenting Summit (OPS) 2021 elaborates on various methods of parenting, a celebration of parenthood. The summit helps to reboot parenting and develop a friendly relationship between parents and their children. The concept of OPS is to create an impact on parents and their parenting styles. OPS aims to touch the universe and beyond, impact every generation that may come further. Until now, people practiced parenting in their own traditional ways but OPS tries to bring in modern ways in which one can make the parenting experience much more fun yet unique.
Here is the story of Spandana Echapuram, who talks about her journey as a parent.
My name is Spandana Echapuram and I’m a mom to Tejansh, a three-year-old boy. I live in a family of five in Hyderabad and currently doing a work from home job. My parenting journey has been very simple yet interesting. Initially, everything was very difficult because of my work life and managing roles of a mom, wife etc. But now, everything seems coming back together. We as a family spend ample time laughing and giggling. My heart fills with joy when he tries to show gratitude for everything by giving me lots of hugs and kisses, for no reason.
One of the most precious moments of my life was when I taught my little one a rhyme, which he memorized and recited over. There are various other moments too where my son does mature tasks like adults. I am glad and overwhelmed to have such an amazing son.
The best way to bring together the mother and son bond is to slowly put in efforts at every level, with a sense of love and affection. I’m very excited to attend the online parenting summit, it could teach me a lot about parenting. Due to a shortage of time, I couldn’t attend various parenting sessions but this online platform could help me in figuring out whereas a mother I’m going wrong. I am looking forward to even get some strategies and ideas for involved and calm parenting. If you are also interested in registering, here is the link!
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