I remember when my child was only 1 year old, he dramatically imitates mommy on sweeping the floor finding a nice time \’helping\’ on house hold chores. He roam around the house sweeping the floor making this cleaning up his play time, that was after dinner and I guess he got really tired of doing this for he wakes up late in the morning.
As a toddler, he doesn\’t want to get neglected and want to get involve in everything that his parents are doing. Here\’s a captured moment of B doing his part helping daddy wash the car.
And ofcourse he never did forget washing his own \’car\’.
Happy to know that allowing him doing such task and responsibility creates a sense of pride and indepence, based on what I have read (c/o Martha Edens): Toddlers who are given responsibilities are likely to have a higher self esteem and more self confidence than those toddlers who are never allowed to do for themselves or contribute to the household.
We, as parents just have to make a close supervision towards every little thing.