A joint family is a large family where the grandparents, father, mother, uncle, aunt and their children live unitedly under one roof.
In a joint family, every member takes their turn to nurture and nourish the child. Joint families are a boon to working parents or otherwise too. Children get to learn to respond and interact with others, adapt to changes and people. Raising a child in a joint family also becomes a bit easier on the mother because of the whole support system. Like every coin has two sides, bringing up a child in a joint family also has its own set of pros and cons.
In the end, it is up to parents to weigh the pros and cons of raising a child in joint and nuclear families and then decide what’s best for their child(ren).
Children are curious by nature and they will explore everything you have in the house. So it's better to keep a check on all the things you have in the house before the baby arrives.
It can be a little tricky to raise twins or triplets. But with time, you sure will figure out everything.
A nuclear family or elementary family or conjugal family is essentially a family which has parents (mother and father) and children.
A few things said in haste messes up a child’s brain and have a huge impact psychologically.