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I agree with snipsnap, that cuddling and carrying (also in sitting position because for example of the child's weight) is nothing, which one could too much and what would cause harm in a child's progress. There are some tricks you could use to make it more comfortable for all of you. Try to integrate it into your day. For example before bedtime, or while ...


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As someone who has lost a child, you can never hug or carry them too much. That being said, from a psychological standpoint, holding, carrying, and attending to their needs when they are distressed is not spoiling. A child can not be spoiled by giving them attention at his age. young children are not neurological mature, leaving them to ‘deal’ with their ...


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