The child's constant questions – why, how

The child's constant questions. But why? And how?

It is the responsibility of adults to provide a comprehensive and understandable answer to each question asked. You can't get away from it with evasive answers – I'll tell you, when you're older, because you won't understand it now.

I recently heard on a tram, how a nervous mother spoke with ill-controlled anger to her three-year-old daughter: - Dorothy! Stop asking! "And when the child was trying to find out about the shops he passed on the way.", homes, people, she threatened: – Dorothy! As soon as you don't stop asking, so I do not know, what will I do! You will see!

A small child is very inquisitive. He can't do that, as we, adults, pass by the new things indifferently, unknown. Almost everything is new to him, what meets, so he's almost constantly demanding, to explain something to him. And one of the most important parental responsibilities is to patiently explain the issues bothering the baby, clearing his doubts, constant help in getting to know the world better. You must answer honestly and honestly. Postponing explanations for later can only discourage you from solving new issues and problems that arise. And that's about it, so that the child, as far as possible, learns about the rules of the world. Giving true answers to almost constant questions, wise, in kind, accessible, we help him find his way in the maze of difficult ones, intricate matters, that surround them.