In the early years of a baby's growing period, we often give extra attention to everything a child is surrounded with. But why do we shut our minds when it comes to the choice of textiles?
Children with their malleable minds are always ready to absorb what comes their way. What they really need is a sense of rhythm to navigate through the overwhelming world.
A child in a room filled with colours isn’t always a happy picture. It might be an organised chaos which in the early years, over-stimulates a child. According to Rudolf Steiner’s theory of twelve senses, out of all the senses, sight contributes most to our awareness and it is also the easiest to block.
Parenting comes with its own challenges and often parents get super creative in handling those challenges in their own way. We recently spoke to Neha Chauhan, a Steiner Parent and a mother to Vedant. She is an extremely mindful individual and so it was very interesting to know her approach towards parenting. Gravitated towards growing her own food and permaculture, she truly believes that parenting evolves every day. The conversation showed a different approach to solving these daily-parenting challenges. Let us get to know her approach better!