Ensuring Little Smiles- A Guide to enjoy Indian Weddings with kids
Indian weddings are joyous celebrations filled with vibrant hues, rich traditions, and beautiful ceremonies. However, attending these beautiful ceremonies with your little ones requires careful planning to ensure their safety and happiness.
Here are some suggestions to help parents enjoy wedding season with kids.
Making sure their tummies are full
Arrange Nap Times
The long hours of Indian weddings can get super exhausting specially for kids. It might be a good idea to establish nap intervals for them in between the tiring activities to prevent crankiness or excessive fatigue. Either you can take your baby to a designated place for some while. Half of their fatigue will fly away after seeing you and that will brighten up their mood.
Indian weddings are full of people, kids might have stranger anxiety. It is a good idea to create a close circle of people responsible for the child. It might grandparents, bua, mausi, mama etc. so that the child is not left unattended at any point of time. Or a dedicated hired help to keep an eye on the kids. This allows parents to participate in the wedding ceremonies while making sure your kids are in safe hands.
Make sure the children remain away from dangerous items such as sharp ornamental, broken glass pieces, electric equipment, and fireworks. Additionally make sure they are not left alone and should not go anywhere without an approved caregiver.
Safe Play Zones
If there is a wedding coming up in your family, you might think about creating designated play zones for kids with appropriate toys and games. To ensures that your children are at a safe place and enjoy themselves.
Considering the long hours of an Indian wedding and multiple ceremonies, dress the kids in comfortable, weather appropriate clothing. Avoid heavy fabrics that might irritate their sensitive skin and go for light cotton wear.
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Hope this little guide is helpful and you enjoy the your family weddings this season.