Guest Post Mornings can be a severely frazzled time. In addition to attempting to remove the morning fog from your brain you have appointments and places to be. A little pre-planning and organization can keep things considerably calmer. Not just for the kids either, it works for you too … Routines and a little planning…
How to keep in your right mine while escorting the children out for a public meal.
At 8:30 p.m. at the Osborne family house in Burlington, Vermont, an exemplary bedtime process is underway. The three children are upstairs changing into their pajamas, brushing their teeth, and settling into their beds to read. There is remarkably little protest or variation. “Bedtime is the one area where our routine has not wavered,” says mom Eleanor. “Since the boys were toddlers, we’ve been doing the same thing, and now it’s automatic. This is usually the calmest period our day.”
With all of the jam packed schedules of today’s families having an organized plan for your child’s school year is a necessity.
Tips for establishing a daily routine for your toddler.
During the holidays all the frenzy and cooking in the kitchen might leave the smallest members of your family feeling a little left out.