Parenting is hard work. In fact, numerous studies have reported that parenting is one of the hardest if not the hardest jobs in the world. Long hours partnered by manual labor and not to mention a moody and difficult client/s (your kids) make any parent nod in strong agreement about the above-stated fact.
From infancy to their teenage years (sometimes even as adults), children have different but equally challenging problems. From ages three (sometimes two) until 12, one of the major issues parents have to deal with is what to do with their child’s seemingly unlimited energy. Especially for parents of boys (not to say girls do not have equal amounts of energy), this can prove to be a frustrating thing what with all the other commitments you are handling. Plus, a healthy adult can still have difficulty keeping up with the physical demands of an active child. Playing with children can be exhausting but at the same time, parents also understand that play for kids is a very important activity.