Children In The Condo
Childhood and adolescence are unforgettable times in anyone’s life, a phase of games, laughter, running around, mischief, and crying. Kids are exceptional, bring joy to environments and deserve special care.
In residential condominiums like condo near the blue MRT (คอน โด ใกล้ รถไฟฟ้า สาย สีน้ำเงิน which is the term in Thai), children are always present, as many families prefer to raise their children in a safer environment, away from the streets, with a playground and, above all, more significant filtering of people who circulate in the place, made by the entrance.
Just the fact that the condominium has an ordinance that controls the entry and exit of people and cars, camera circuits, and, in some cases, security already represents a more excellent guarantee and less risk for the little ones. Quite different from what it would be, for example, in street houses.
The fact that they are raised in condominiums makes children want to play anywhere and anytime. However, despite feeling comfortable with their children in a place like this, parents need to take certain precautions not to create conflicts with other residents, especially those who do not have children. Wisdom is needed to act because even playing inside the apartment and children can nuisance other tenants.
Respect for others and standards is an essential factor in any child’s education and fundamental in the day-to-day of a condominium. As there is no way to predict attitudes or hold the child, some conflicts need to be managed with wisdom and understanding.
The resident bothered by the game inside the apartment or corridor must ask the doorman or the janitor to call the unit bothering him and request silence. To solve the impasse, it is necessary to overcome the constraint and seek dialogue, which is the best way to solve and demonstrate the rules that need to be followed. However, it is worth remembering that the complaint will be logical if the noise the child is making is at an inappropriate time or place. However, common sense is always practical, as it is pertinent for children to play, run, speak loudly, laugh, and play various other games, most of the time without being mean.