Parents, the bottom line is to remember that you indeed have your hands full. In between work commitments, financial concerns, household chores to ensuring that your child does not fall behind in class, it is time to let go of the guilt that you are not doing enough. In addition to playing with your kid, you can also ensure that your child regularly interacts with his friends, cousins, peers etc. Interacting with other kids of his age, even virtually can help your child slowly adjust to the new normal. In the absence of physical playtime with other kids, online games and virtual get-togethers with his buddies can be the next best thing. You can also set up a fixed time for your kid, where you will be available to play with him/her without any distractions.