What this image cut out is that this is an actual thing for kids. It is called "vestibular sense" and it plays a great role in the brain's understanding of spacial surroundings. When the vestibular system does not develop properly all other senses will struggle to function properly. Without a strong vestibular sense, kids will have no choice but to fidget, get frustrated, experience more falls and aggression, get too close to people when talking, and struggle with focusing and listening. Because they literally cannot help it. So don't be afraid to calibrate your child's GPS by yeeting them on to the sofa, spinning them on a merry go round, flipping them upside down or yoinking them through the air
@Clifford Lee Burton, yeet them into the pool to.
@The Pun Shielder, dude I work at an indoor pool and I can’t count how many times I’ve just been like FLY CHILD
@Fairy Squad Mother, I laughed like a moron, it’s 5am, getting ready for work eating scrolling through, I just imagine like Cosmo from fairly odd parents just going YEET , and chucking Timmy into the ocean
@DrSin, that’s a very Cosmo thing to do
@Clifford Lee Burton, all the symptoms of not having a properly developed vestibular sense are basically an accurate description of me in my 20's.... Fck
While I don't have a link/proof of the study, I recently heard they proved that throwing kids around is actually really good for their developing brains. Something about throwing off balence by picking up, swinging, holding upside down, and throwing (safely I might add) all help the kids brain balance later on in life.
@Mr I Am Pooping, check my comment
I must be getting cynical as I grow older, as the thought of being thrown into a pool as a kid brought a smile to me, I forgot how much fun simple things used to be.
@dadood fromcheers, "it's a condition known as....being a cynical asshole."
Dont worry, I have it too
Tell that to the baby I threw off a 14 story high building onto a small cloth
@TheBigJ, that would be a bit difficult, they are 14 floors away
As long as your playing a game of catch and you don’t throw too hard kids laugh when hit them in face with the ball
And there are few things that are more fun than throwing a young kid at a soft object like a couch. Seriously, throwing my friends' kids around always puts a smile on my face.