At a recent book club meeting my friend Karen approached me with a concern that her daughter-in-law was not too keen on video calls. “I think that after the first fifteen minutes they just don’t seem that interested in continuing the call. Do you think we should make the calls shorter?” Karen solved her own problem.
Young children and busy, or tired parents often enjoy short calls at a time that works best for their schedule. New parents are often exhausted from sleepless nights and busy days caring for their children. Attention spans of young children are short.
With our own children we often let them initiate the call when the time is right for our grandchildren. Your video call will be welcomed and more enjoyable for all if you keep it short and let the parent determine the best time to call.
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