Here is a quote to motivate and bring a smile to your face. Parenting can be hard, tune into this blog and find out possitive ways to keep life interesting and calm!
It’s not only children who grow. Parents do, too. As much as we watch to see what our children do with their lives, they are watching us to see what we do with ours. I can’t tell my children to reach for the sun. All I can do is reach for it myself
. -Joyce Maynard
Schedule for 21 month old
- 7:00 am Wake up, eat
- 8:30 am Independent
play in toddler room.
- 9:30 am Snack,
playtime with mom or play groups.
- 11:30 am Lunch.
- 12:30 pm Nap.
- 3:00 pm Wake up,
- 3:30 pm Park time or
- 5:30 pm Dinner.
As a parent or guardian, if you want personal time you must master having a schedule! Schedules may seem daunting and tedious, but it will allow you to be intentional about time with your little genius and time with yourself. A schedule does not have to be complex, simply outline what time you play, sleep, go on outings and eat. Setting these simple boundaries will introduce peace into your day and consistency into the day of your little genius.
Parenting can be downright difficult. I want to present to you a helping hand. Being a student of psychology and social behavior as well as a step, foster and biological mother of children varying from age twenty to one, I have tons of tips and tricks to share with you guys so that parenting can become a bit easier. Join me as we become a village of parents and guardians discussing the adventure called parenting.
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