When your child naps, it’s a great opportunity to get some much-needed cleaning done, have a nap yourself or just relax on the couch. I love nap time and was always hesitant to ask when do kids stop napping because I never wanted it to happen! The truth is, nothing lasts forever. This is especially true for your child’s nap.
If you have heard it once, you have heard it a thousand times. Bedtime routines are extremely important for everyone throughout all ages and stages of life. That rings true, especially for your children. Lack of sleep isn’t just an issue for busy adults, in fact kids of all ages can fall victim to sleep debt.
It affects both their behavior and development. The truth of the matter is, routines can help to instill healthy sleep habits. Plus, allows for your children to predict what comes next, and minimize the dreaded bedtime battles.
We live in a world where when we want something, we want it now. We are guilty of this as adults, each and every one of us. If we know that we are guilty of this as adults, then how do we expect our children to not follow suit?
Toy Bin Labels can be your best answer if you are struggling to get your kids to help clean up their toys.
Do you ask your kids to start picking up and they look at you like you are speaking a different language?
During the initial few months (and years) of life, your little one’s brain is more like an empty slate – it absorbs and accepts everything that’s written on it. This is exactly why it is extremely important to instill the right habits and engage your kid’s senses in such a way that it encourages more brain connections to form. We want to do our best to raise smart kids.
Do you wonder how to help your child think outside the box? Want to help them to not only be able to answer questions but think of additional questions to ask? As a parent, I am always looking for the best ways to them to become smarter and more intelligent.
Maternity leave is a wonderful time. A time to bond with your new baby, while also being able to enjoy the rest and relaxation needed for you and your body after your labor and delivery.
Every one of us has our own parenting personality. It is fun to know who we identify with, plus it can also help us to know our strengths and weaknesses as we parent our kids.
If you have taken the Parenting Personality Quiz then you have found out your mom personality type. This is great to know because it can help you narrow down which parenting books you would like the most.
If you haven’t taken the quiz then take it now, it is short and fun.
Now that you know your personality, let’s dive right into the lists of parenting books.
One of the questions in our playgroups was always, when do babies drop to one nap? Naptime is an important time for kids, but let’s be honest, it is also an awesome break for parents.
It gives our kid’s bodies the recharge that it needs to make it through the rest of the day. Once kids leave the baby stage of sleeping a majority of the day, they typically nap twice a day. The hardest part is when it comes time to transition from two naps to one.