As summers had just started, we were verifying the cooling of our AC. The remote of the AC was not functioning properly. My husband and I started a discussion about what could have gone wrong with the remote? Within a fraction of a second, our
little one came up with the solution, “Mummy Papa, don’t worry, we
can check with Google Aunty.”
We both were amazed to hear his reply. After all those incidences, we explained to him: “Son, we do not need Google assistance for every issue.”
We showed him the AC instruction manual and explained to him that we can get guidance from these manuals and helpline numbers. He was contented to look at the manual and said, “I thought Google Aunty has all the answers.”
We all laughed and asked him, “Does Google Aunty know where you can find your lost toy?”
Somehow my little one got this notion that Google Aunty has all the answers to life.
That night my husband and I realized that Parents play an essential role in the development of MINDSET in their children.
We need to create a culture of Growth Mindset in our home, by engaging children in our conversations and by spending Quality Time with them.
Every child deserves to grow up in a nurturing and loving family so they can reach their full potential.