The Influence Of A Sedentary Environment On The Development Of An 11-month-old Baby?
, my son is now 11 months old. Since she was born, I have often taken turns living from my parents’ house to my parents-in-law’s house once a month. This is because it is triggered by my situation, which does not yet have a house of my own and my grandparents who both want to get a fair share of caring for their grandchildren. My question is, can this condition have a negative impact on my child’s psychology and the process of growth and development?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The changing environment of childhood, may have a more or less effect on the development of your child's attitude and psychology. But alternating here in the sense that your child feels different cultures, accents, languages, and social interactions.
In your case, moving between your parents-in-law's house and your parents' house, especially when your child is only 11 months old, shouldn't have any impact on your child because your child doesn't understand either. It's different if your child often moves islands or even moves countries during his elementary-high school years until he doesn't have close friends and so on, it may affect his psychology.
What is important as a parent is that you are the one who has the most to take part in caring for your child, not someone else, even if it is your parents or your in-laws, because the bond you want to build is the bond between you and your child, not your child and someone else. I hope you and your family are always healthy.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa