Can you live in an apartment with small children and Pets is a moot point. On the one hand, the ads are filled with messages like: “will Sell/give for the birth of the child.” On the other — if a good rummage in memory, many will remember how in my childhood desperately want to have a friend-pet.
Background: at the time of the birth of a baby girl we lived a cat, a rabbit and a tortoise (the latter now moved). I recall that this question was seriously disturbed. Can we do it? So, it seems possible to draw some initial conclusions. Let’s start with the discomfort.
Disadvantages of finding animals around children
When the house comes to a newborn child, one begins to appreciate the precious hours of his sleep. And now the whole family walks on eggshells around the crumbs. It is a pity that some Bunny/cat/turtle unable to agree, and, should the baby to sleep, especially as they begin to whisper, a paw beat, stomp, scratch, meow, yelling bad voice and tried to wag your nerves. Actually have and use: now my baby manages to sleep in any noise. But to popsihovat had pretty. Continue reading
At preschool age most children are dreaming of your own pet. They “bought” furry friend to Santa Claus, asking the relatives as a birthday present, trying to take home every dog on the street a kitten or puppy. At some point, the parents decide to encourage your baby’s desire, but then are wondering what pet to choose the child of preschool age, so that he could cope with Babysitting and taking care of the pet.
Make an informed choice
Parents and children should understand that a pet is not a toy but a living creature that requires not less attention than all other members of the family. You need to create a comfortable environment, not only to build their own area, but also to provide the necessary care. Naturally, the responsibility will have to distribute among family members, because their own to “educate” pet preschooler is unlikely. Continue reading