Kids Are Natural Helpers ( Momimhar posted on April 28th, 2013 )

And here’s my little helper.  As kids grow up, they are very active and curious with the things around them.  As a first time mom, I feel overwhelmed with all the things happening in my life now that I have a child.  I get frustrated when daily goals are not achieved because there’s so much to do but so little time.  And then here’s my little one trying to get into what I am doing.  Either she wants attention or wants to help.


“Mommy, let me help.”

“Mommy, let me do it.”

“Mommy, let me help you.”

These are very nice words to hear.  I know my darling daughter already knows the concept of helping.  Trying to do things like vacuuming and sweeping the floor is amusing.  But you know, I get upset sometimes because I have other stuff to do in the house then here she goes…Am I still having some baby blues?  I feel guilty.  I shouldn’t get upset.  I should understand.  That at her stage right now, she is developing her independence and everything is play.
Of course I am thankful that my husband and I are blessed with a healthy, bright child.

So when your little ones offer help.  Let them.  Just supervise and guide them.  Don’t get annoyed.  Because time flies so fast that you will miss the moments when they were little helpers.

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12 responses

  1. riz tomacruz says:

    i always welcome my kids whenever they show enthusiasm in helping me out, especially in cooking and house cleaning 🙂
    that little girl is surely one pretty helper.

  2. Jadey Sam says:

    Awww so cute!!!

    I agree you should just let her help, it’s a great activity for you and your little one.

  3. Joy H says:

    I agree and a natural messy doer as well! It’s so sweet to see kids who willing to help their parents to do some household chores. That’s a good habit to instill to them while they were little.

  4. This makes me smile, you will have a good helper around the house very soon.

  5. Tess says:

    Kids really likes to help but we ends up doing more work with their mess, but what can we do, allowing them to help us is part of their learning process and training.

  6. April says:

    my little ones are the same way. so most times we do chores together now.

  7. Working MAMA says:

    my lil man too is eager to help household chores. . . this is actually an opportunity for us parents to guide and teach them because the offer to work comes from them

  8. awww what a sweet and adorable helper you have Sis 🙂 I love that age when they are trying to help and do anything 🙂 let her be Sis before you know it, she will not help her Mommy anymore 🙂

  9. jheylo says:

    they sure are 😀 look at your little girl she’s excited to give mommy a helping hand hehehehe

  10. Bless says:

    I agree kids love to help a lot. Ours also want to help in the house so I bought them a kid floor sweeper that they use too to sweep our floor 🙂 I hope they will stay the same when they get older and do household chores without Mommy telling them to do it 🙂

  11. Peachy says:

    Awww, that’s so nice of your daughter to help you. My Ykaie is like that also.

  12. Arlene says:

    Yes they are and that is because they saw you what you are doing. Kids do mimic us and have the tendency to follow and imitate what we do. That is why kids learn this.

    I feel sad for those kids who cannot do a thing because they are not exposed to parents doing household

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